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TDT

Abbrev. for terrestrial dynamical time. See dynamical time.
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David Fryer, head of TDT, called the meeting and said the group is open to working with police to put security measures needed in place.
The TDT and the CDT are the primary sources of pledged revenue approximating 65% of the fiscal 2017 total.
(29.) "Local President Praises CIO Action in Expelling Mine, Mill," TDT, 16 February 1950.
In TDT patients, the regular transfusion therapy to maintain hemoglobin level of at least 9 to 10 g per deciliter for normal requirement of hemoglobin and suppresses ineffective erythropoiesis [3].
(10) Although iron-related cardiac disease is the commonest cause of death in TDT, there has, until recently, been no easily and safe way to assess myocardial iron.
This collaboration with TDT will help advance ABWN's comprehensive software development program, which ranges from Radio Frequency meshed network control and associated ground connectivity to other contemplated transmission media, such as dedicated laser links.
Herein, we report unique case of an aggressive MYC-rearranged high-grade B-cell neoplasm with monotypic surface light chain and Tdt coexpression along with loss of pan B-cell antigens (CD19, CD20) evolved in a patient with two-month history of diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, germinal center (GC) origin.
The Zonal Head of TDT (Individual) Haq Nawaz stated that; "The opening of this new branch is a significant milestone in the progressive journey of the company, as it reflects the company's customer-centric approach, by enhancing the outreach and 'accessibility' for our valuable customers.
This is why everyone needs a pre-purchase inspection just like I did; it saved me from buying a lemon for sure." Helen had TDT inspect 3 cars before finding one used car that didn't show signs of frame damage, lack of maintenance and broken interior equipment.