Definitions for "TOD "
Transit Oriented Development. A term used for urban development that encompasses a direct and planned access to transit facilities.
Transit oriented development. A mixed-use community within walking distance of a transit stop that mixes residential, retail, office, open space, and public uses in a way that makes it convenient to travel on foot or by public transportation instead of by car.
Transit Oriented Development. Transit Oriented Development focuses a mix of land-uses, such as residential, office, shopping, civic uses and entertainment within easy walking distance from a transit station (1/4 mi., 5-10 minutes). This mix of uses, combined with thoughtfully designed community spaces, plazas, etc., forms a vibrant village-like neighborhood where people can live, work and play. Such a village is compact in size, pedestrian-friendly in design, can be customized to offer a wide variety of housing options, with convenient access to services, jobs, and plenty of ways to get around.
Keywords:  bushy, clump, fox, bush, shrub
A bush; a thick shrub; a bushy clump.
A fox; -- probably so named from its bushy tail.
Keywords:  tooele, ordnance, depot
Tooele Ordnance Depot
Keywords:  weigh, wool, pounds, twenty, weight
An old weight used in weighing wool, being usually twenty-eight pounds.
To weigh; to yield in tods.
28lb weight, used to measure wool.
Imagine a fully customizable magic-system which does not allow for a perpetuum mobile spell. For that you would need a "world" which is fully simulated without any aproximizations. That's TOD: a client/server allowing the user to be part of such a world..
Ticket on Departure (where a customer books a ticket through telesales or online, however, picks the ticket up at travel centres or via automated ticket machines)
Ticket on Demand
Total Oxygen Demand
A type of account that designates a beneficiary who will automatically become the new owner when the current owner dies. This type of registration has not been approved by all states.
Transfer on Death. A TOD is a beneficiary on a nonretirement account. In the event of death of the account owner, the account's proceeds are divided equally between the named TOD beneficiaries.
Transfer on death. A legal agreement between you and a financial institution that lets you pass ownership of certain assets in your individual or joint account to beneficiaries you choose. The assets bypass probate and go directly to your beneficiaries.
Keywords:  beast, lit
lit. beast
Keywords:  alone, don't, sit, own, your
alone and on your own; "don't just sit there on your tod"
Keywords:  day, time
Time of day