from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Doctor of Theology
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- abbr. detective, police detective
- abbr. design and technology
- abbr. dethermalizer
- abbr. digital television
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The acronym DT stands for “delirium tremens,” and Brenda was delirious most of the time.
It has also proven significant in the dynamic targeting role, which we call DT, and the non-traditional intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) role, to help troops on the ground conduct their missions.
UCLA continues to grow on offense and find playmakers, while the defense loses three first-team All-Pac-10 players in DT Brian Price (the league's Defensive Player of the Year), LB Reggie Carter and CB Alterraun Verner.
DT is hosted by Josh Bates or Gates as good as looks flattering good.
DT is in the same civilian clothes as he is in The Companions.
They are, amazingly, not nearly as interested in DT as I am.: grin:
DT is saying the Doctor will always outlive his loved ones and friends ... so we can't expect him to live happily ever after ... as he's the last of his kind.
I'm intrigued that DT is off to Comic Con, partly because his contract with the BBC didn't allow him to do conventions at all while he was playing Ten.
There are good leaders in DT John Graves and CB Rashad Carmichael, while DE Steven Friday might be the pass rusher the defense needs after losing Jason Worilds to the NFL.
April 24, 2008 at 6: 52 am | Reply well happy new home. did you stay in DT or moved to west van? name Says: