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MOD

Abbreviation for mesiodistocclusal; Medical Officer of the Day.

MoD

Abbreviation for:
moderate
Medical Officer of the Day
maturity-onset diabetes
mean optical density
medic on duty
medical officer of day
mesio-occlusodistal
Ministry of Defence 
mode of death
multiple-organ donors
multiple-organ dysfunction

MOD

Abbreviation for:
manner of death
maturity-onset diabetes
Medical Officer of the Day
mesio-occlusal distal
mode of death
moderate
multiorgan donor 
multiorgan dysfunction
multiple organ dysfunction

MOD

Abbreviation for mesiodistocclusal.
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That's changing, though, and Modly has had good results using Web-video with her clients.
When the 2007 deadline was imposed, "nobody understood what it would take to get there," Modly says.
Modly previously served as the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Financial Management from 2004 to 2007.
Modly committed to achieving the Navys 355-ship requirement without hedging or equivocation.
Modly will lead the implementation of the business operations plan in his role as the Chief Management Officer (CMO) for the Department of the Navy.
Thomas Modly, Under Secretary of the Navy, who is both the Chief Management Officer and the Chief Information Officer, is particularly focused on audit readiness and business operations.
This sentiment was recently expressed by Under Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly, "Any success we may enjoy in the future will be enabled by an ever-more-agile force--led by agile people who thirst for knowledge and who are adept at thinking, learning, and processing information quickly." While this is certainly true for individuals, organizations must adopt these same characteristics.
Modly in his remarks in the keynote address for the Sea-Air-Space 2018 Exposition, April 10.
Modly, undersecretary of the Navy, is now performing the duties of the secretary of the Navy.
Modly. Members of the Education for Seapower Executive Board, included distinguished leaders and reformers such as retired U.S.
Modly claimed that 355 ships could be achieved in the 2030s, and placed responsibility for accelerated shipbuilding on Congress to provide additional funding.