CCD


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CCD

abbr.
1. charge-coupled device
2. Confraternity of Christian Doctrine

CCD

abbreviation for
(Electronics) charge-coupled device

CCD

charge-coupled device: a semiconductor chip with a light-sensitive grid, used for converting images into electrical signals.
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However, the Acting IGP has reassigned the probe to the CCD, sources noted.
The CCD outlets across the state were shut down on July 30 and July 31 following VG Siddhartha's demise.
The CCD requested that court grant approval for Kanjipani Imran be further detained to be questioned.
The 4.5um interline transfer CCD pixel provides high resolution with a true electronic global shutter, while preserving critical imaging performance.
The biennial International Conference on Coordination Chemistry (ICCC) is the first event The CCD has confirmed for 2026.
DETAILS: Takahashi FSQ-106ED astrograph, Moravian G3-16200 CCD camera, and Baader Ha and LRGB filters.
Results: Total 66 patients were selected with celiac disease according to inclusion criteria, 39 (59.09%) patients were labeled as CCD and 27 (40.91%) patients were labeled as NDCD.
We hypothesize that a delayed CCD recognition can result in catastrophic consequences, both for the patient and the health system.
The scope of contract included a complete detail engineering; high-level execution plan and technical support for the CCD circuit extension; full procurement, including tanks, agitators, piping bulk, pumps, structural streel bulks, MCC, control system, electrical and instrumentation; bulk materials handling; main plant equipment; construction and pre-commissioning/commissioning; and advisory on the actual operation for two months.
This rating action follows Fitch's periodic review of the Canadian Banks Peer Group, which includes: Bank of Montreal (BMO), Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS), Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC), Caisse Centrale Desjardins (CCD), National Bank of Canada (NBC), Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) and Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD).