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Tod

(tod),
David, British surgeon, 1794-1856. See: Tod muscle.

TOD

Abbreviation for:
target organ damage
target organ disease
time of death
took own discharge 
total optical density
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En el ambito de la movilidad en general y de los desarrollos TOD en particular, se ha afirmado que estas tecnologias significan la apertura a nuevas posibilidades en el analisis de los desarrollos actuales y futuros para afrontarlos con objetivos TOD (Ackerson, 2005; Leslie et al., 2007).
TOD is also gaining popularity as an approach to promote smart growth and sustainable development in the metropolitan areas of many developed and developing countries [23-26] where mass transit systems have been implemented to relieve traffic congestion.
Al Osaimi said the Dubai 2020 Urban Master Plan stresses TOD principles to be considered at the land-use planning, zoning and strategy levels.
Whether for business or pleasure, TODs are enhancing our lives.
In 1993, Peter Calthorpe, the noted American urban designer and new urbanist, proposed the TOD concept.
"To avoid any misconceptions in the future and be mindful of the good name of Tods Murray, I have brought forward the date of my retirement from the firm which would otherwise have happened later this year."
But last week, he told the BBC he had no intention of leaving Tods Murray, where he had been a partner for 25 years.
Tod's is located at Greenbelt 4 and Rustan's Shangri-La Plaza.
In June this year, Della Valle launched the JP Tod's Sartorial collection, which aims to preserve the ageold traditional techniques of handcrafted shoe- and bag- making.