— not expecting to make a lot of money, but to keep the doors open and show the art she wanted.
What does KTDO stand for?
KTDO stands for Keep the Doors Open
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
We have 1 other meaning of KTDO in our Acronym Attic
- Knowledge Transfer Department
- Keep the Dream Alive (London, UK)
- Kenya Tea Development Agency
- Kidney Transplant/Dialysis Association, Inc. (Boston, MA; est. 1964)
- Kent Thameside Delivery Board (coordinates regeneration projects; UK)
- Kerala Tourism Development Corporation (India)
- Korea Technology Development Corporation (est. 1981; South Korea)
- Kerala Transport Development Finance Corporation (India)
- Kompiuterinis Tomografinis Doz s Indeksas (Lithuanian)
- Korea Textile Development Institute (South Korea)
- Kawasaki Thermal Engineering (Japan)
- Keep the Excuses (gaming)
- Keepers of the Empire (gaming club)
- Keithley Test Environment (software)
- Key Translation Element
- Kintetsu Track Engineering (Japan)
- Knees to Elbows (exercise)
- Knowledge Transfer & Exchange
- Knowledge Translation and Exchange
- Knuckles the Echidna (comic)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Kulak says he must shell out an additional $1,500 a month out of what he calls his ``middle-class income'' to keep the doors open and Dufus the bullfrog fed.
The new president of Morris Brown College, a 103-year-old historically black college in Atlanta, is tirelessly raising money to not only keep the doors open, but to help re-establish accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
There have been numbers thrown around as high as $100 million to keep the doors open.
``Perseverance and the stubbornness of the people to keep the doors open is another reason.
The original VCC bid called for $800,000 to $900,000 a year to keep the doors open.
Theaters historically struggle to keep the doors open.
``One of the most important things is to try to avoid any interruption in what many consider to be a very important recreational resource - to keep the doors open for boarders and for others who want a place to rent a horse and go for a ride,'' said Mark Towne, COSCA coordinator.