GTD may refer to:

  • Gestational trophoblastic disease
  • Getting Things Done, an organizational method
  • Geometric theory of diffraction
  • Global Terrorism Database
  • Gran Turismo Diesel
  • Gravitational time dilation

Other articles related to "gtd":

Gestational Trophoblastic Disease - Risk of A Repeat GTD
... The risk of a repeat GTD is approximately 1 in 100, compared with approximately 1 in 1000 risk in the general population ... remain significantly elevated are at risk of developing a repeat GTD ...
Gestational Trophoblastic Disease - GTD Coexisting With A Normal Fetus, A So Called «twin Pregnancy»
... In some very rare cases, a GTD can coexist with a normal fetus ... Compared with women who simply had a GTD in the past, there is no increased risk of developing persistent GTD after such a twin pregnancy ... In few cases, a GTD had coexisted with a normal pregnancy, but this was discovered only incidentally after a normal birth ...
T-80 Models - Table of Specifications
... AT-11 Sniper) and 9M119M Refleks (AT-11B Sniper) Engine GTD-1000T multi-fuel gas turbine developing 1,000 hp (746 kW) GTD-1000T (GTD-1000TF for T-80B obr.1980) multi-fuel gas turbine developing 1,000 hp (746 kW) (1,100 ...
Getting Things Done - Software Implementations
... Whilst GTD material is careful to remain technologically neutral and advises people to start with a paper-based system, many task management tools claim to be GTD compliant ... Proprietary - GTD idea within Evernote Done by When eProductivity (based on Lotus Notes) Evernote My Life Organized Nirvana Nozbe ...
Fiber To The Premises By Country - South America - Chile
... In Chile The first provider to offer FTTH was GTD-Manquehue (a subsidiary of Grupo GTD) in a 2006 pilot ... In 2008, following the success of the FTTH pilot, Gtd Manquehue committed to deploy a commercial FTTH network, in certain areas of Vitacura, Santiago ... The network will enable Gtd Manquehue to migrate its traditional voice services to Voice over IP (VoIP) and to deliver advanced services such as High Definition Television (HDTV), IP ...