Let's cut to the chase - what executive homes (energy efficient with solar panels - naturally) will spring up on the site?
What does CTTC stand for?
CTTC stands for Cut to the Chase
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of CTTC
We have 73 other meanings of CTTC in our Acronym Attic
- Computer Training & Testing Center (Karachi, Pakistan)
- Connecticut Teacher Technology Competencies
- Connecticut Track Club
- Consistency of Treatment through Team Communication
- Consortium for Technology in Teaching Chemistry
- Copper To The Curb
- Corporate Technical Training Center (UCAR)
- Council Transportation and Telecommunications Committee
- Counter Terrorism Technology Center (Canada)
- Critical Task Training List
- Cyber Teacher Training Center
- Technological Centre of Telecommunications of Catalonia
- Transition Commission for the Transfer of the Canal Into the Panama Canal Authority
- California Technology Trade and Commerce Agency
- Closed Tube Thoracostomy Drainage
- Columbia TriStar Television Distribution
- Cute Things They Do
- Camionnette (French: Van)
- Center for Technology and Teacher Education (University of Virginia)
- Chevalier T. Thomas Elizabeth College for Women (est. 1985; India)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Now Liverpool's Cut to the Chase Productions is bringing the world premiere of Esther Wilson's play Tony Teardrop to the stage, in a site-specific production at St Luke's (Bombed Out) Church.
Janet Devlin and Misha B are so far ahead of the rest of the pack that if it wouldn't probably sink our whole economy, I'd say we should cut to the chase now and vote for the winner.
She is artistic director of Cut to the Chase Productions, a film and theatre production company based at Parr Street Studios, Liverpool, and is busy rehearsing for Wall Talks, inside the old Tobacco Warehouse at Liverpool's Stanley Dock.
That allows users to cut to the chase and personalize news they want to receive.
Let's cut to the Chase - without Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Not for someone who likes to cut to the chase, but a treat for the reader who enjoys intimately sharing the milieu of the military of that period.
The length means that for all but the most die-hard fans it is tempting to cut to the chase and look up the index for the key names associated with his presidency.