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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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Tod claimed another car had approached him and he had to move to avoid it.
Tod told the trial he got out the car and called police.
Here, Tod underlines the "variety of form" and the contrast between "a momentary gleam" from the setting sun and the shade of "our sombre path".
The TOD redevelopment scenarios generate positive net revenue (tax revenue minus municipal and school costs) for local purposes of between $ 8.
12) Es geht darin um nichts anderes als um das religiose Problem der Fortexistenz des Menschen nach seinem Tod und der Tod ruckt als Inbegriff der Unveranderbarkeit in den Mittelpunkt des Stuckes.
Tod II contains the "transcribed" texts and scenes from the Pronaos, "Hall of Goddesses," crypt, and naos of the temple of Montu.
To move to the next level, we needed to be able to combine the information we published with database services and frankly we didn't have the millions necessary to create the necessary databases," Tod said.
Barry Nicholson's inviting cross to the far post was volleyed back across goal by Gary Mason and Tod stooped to nod home.
But hero Tod gave the beleaguered boss something to smile about for a change.
Bids will be considered after the master plan of the rail and TOD are completed in the RFP.
CFL) to devise a Request for Proposal (RFP) to build an elevated light rail mass transit commuter system connecting a newly developed trade zone and TOD (Transit Oriented Development) to the Accra Airport plus a connecting bullet train from Accra to Kumasi that will allow traffic to arrive from Accra to Kumasi line in less than 1.