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1. tank destroyer
2. touchdown
3. Treasury Department


the internet domain name for
(Computer Science) Chad


abbreviation for
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Ireland) Teachta Dála
2. technical drawing
3. (Military) (in Britain) Territorial Decoration
4. (American Football) Also: td touchdown
[(sense 1) Irish Gaelic: member of the Dáil]


1. touchdown.
2. Also, T.D. Treasury Department.


time deposit.


abbr tetanus-diphtheria. V. vaccine.
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It may be that future studies will show pharmaceutical doses of vitamin D (50,000 IU per day) have a treatment effect on certain diseases, but, to date, no studies support what you are doing, and other studies indicate you are taking toxic doses of vitamin D.
Attending physicians, aware of the narrow difference between a safe, effective, dose of Digoxin and a toxic dose, ordered 450 micrograms of Digoxin, with an initial dose of 225 micrograms to be followed by two doses of 112.
For example, the toxic dose of vitamin D for infants is a single dose of 15 mg or more, or daily doses of 1 mg over a prolonged period of time.
The toxic dose must be eaten at one time to cause death, because the poison is not cumulative.
The petitioners had alleged that young children mouthing toys made with PVCs were exposed to a potentially toxic dose of diisononyl phthalate (DINP), a plasticiser, and toxic doses of lead and cadmium.
That's because snakes value their venom and won't waste it on something they can't paralyze and eat, because it takes a few hours to build up a toxic dose of venom.
Unexpectedly, no ACET was found in the serum despite the patient's ingestion of a toxic dose of the drug.
Researchers identified no uniformly safe or toxic dose of the drugs, but reported that survivor sperm concentrations generally decreased as cumulative exposure to alkylating agents increased.
She also had taken a potentially toxic dose of antidepressant drugs.