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DTD

Abbrev. for Diploma in Tuberculous Diseases.
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A reader not already familiar with the DTD will need to exercise diligence in seeking to pinpoint Vives's views on a given topic in del Nero's translation.
Then, carefully pack the broken DTD and ship it to:
Station 3 of the DED requires the driver to dismount his vehicle and proceed to the DTD.
The best section deals with analyzing DTDs by their size, consistency, and intuitiveness, and then balancing these elements in such a way that a DTD is flexible, is easy to use, and yet processes easily.
The DTD can also be attached to the XML document by means of an external DTD.
But you'll only be able to take advantage of that benefit if the tag set and structure defined by -your DTD properly describe your data.
They then analyzed the genetic material of 77 Finnish families having at least one member with a DTD gene, looking for ever smaller regions of that chromosome common to all these individuals.
Do your best to keep track of how long a battery has been in the DTD.
DTD Implementor's Quick Reference - We found this appendix helpful as a reference during our training.
Each DTD-writer had a different set of goals in mind, and each DTD illustrated one of the many ways the content of the magazine could be viewed.
These samples can be customized to convert any legacy content, such as Microsoft Word, Framemaker, HTML, and PDF files, into the database DTD or into their own DTD-based DTD's and architecture.
Seven pages of pen-and-ink corrections, primarily to the DTD contained in Appendix A.