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TDO - Type Descriptor Object (Oracle Call Interface, 8.1)
TDO - Temporary Detention Order
TDO - Test Data Out
TDO - Training Development Officer (various organizations)
TDO - Technologie voor Duurzame Ontwikkeling
TDO - Tallahassee Democrat Online
TDO - Typed Data Object (open source library)
TDO - Time Delay Opening
TDO - The Delicious One (Wienerschnitzel mascot)
TDO - Term Determining Official
TDO - Team de Ouf (French gaming clan)
TDO - Transmitted Data Out
TDO - Theory of Design & Operation
TDO - Technical Direction Order
TDO - Temporary Departmental Order (California State Government)
TDO - Technical Development Options
TDO - Tapered Double Outer (roller bearings)
TDO - Timed-Pulse Duration Output
TDO - Tiro Dinamico Operativo (Italian)
TDO - Tachometer Drive Output
TDO - Technical Directive Ordnance
TDO - Task/Delivery Order
TDO - Transaction Data Object
TDO - Technical Development Organization (Syracuse, New York)
TDO - Traffic Data Operations (Washington Department of Transportation)
TDO - Track Day Organizer (racing)
TDO - Team Disney Orlando (Walt Disney World Resort administrative headquarters; Florida)
TDO - Team Doggied Out (skateboarding)
TDO - Technical Domain Owner (software)
TDO - Technical Duty Officer (various organizations)
TDO - Terminal Delivery Order (various companies)
TDO - Temporary Deviation Order
TDO - Temporary Deviation Ordinance
TDO - Transverse Direction Orientation (plastics)
TDO - Tropical Dance Orchestra
TDO - Tylko Dla Orlow (Polish: Where Eagles Dare)
TDO - Tobacco Documents Online (depository)
TDO - Toledo (Amtrak station code; Toledo, OR)
TDO - This Dysfunctional Organization
TDO - The Dark One
TDO - Typhoon Duty Officer

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