Definitions for "DDT"
(1) The insecticide C14H9Cl5; (2) any of a group of similar chemicals
Powerful insecticide. Now banned by the EPA as too dangerous to use.
Dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethane, a potent insecticide now only used for the prevention of malaria in specific regions of the world when approved by the World Health Organization ( WHO position paper). It is classified as a POP. Under the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Compounds, use of this chemical in Europe is subject to restrictions.
Keywords:  trino, deo
De Deo Trino 1984
Keywords:  creg
181 NA NA 2 CREG
DDT (sometimes published as Dada Tennis, or Da-da Tennis) was a magazine of bizarre free-surrealist writings and graphics, which were chiefly created by its editor, Bill Paulauskas, who died in 2006. It was published by Paulauskas' Dream State Press, which he operated in New York City.
Dynamic Debugging Tool. The standard DEC-10 debugger. It was not a source-level debugger, you had to work with machine opcodes and octal numbers.
In professional wrestling a DDT is any move in which the wrestler falls down or backwards to drive a held opponent's head into the mat. The classic DDT is performed by putting the opponent in a front facelock and falling backwards so that the opponent is forced to dive forward onto his or her head. The DDT is often prefaced with a kick to the stomach in order to drive the head of the opponent downwards; a kick and a DDT in quick succession is referred to as a Flowing DDT.
Keywords:  discretionary, director, time
Director Discretionary Time
Keywords:  trial, detection, defect
Defect detection trial