As per details, accident took place while spinning through a dangerous turn, van went out of drivers control and fell into an approximately 5,500 foot deep trench in the municipality of Ali Sher Zai bordering the Kurram Agency on Tuesday.
What does DT stand for?
DT stands for Deep Trench (bipolar junction transistors)
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We have 62 other meanings of DT in our Acronym Attic
- Decay Time
- Decision Technology (choices)
- Decision Tree
- Decision-Related Tracker
- Declaration of Taking (property)
- Decreasing Term (insurance)
- Dedham Times (Dedham, Massachusetts)
- Dedit Testamento (Latin: He/She Left Through Will, epigraphy)
- Deduction Theorem
- Deep Throat
Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: ANI Siliguri (West Bengal), May 24 (ANI): Forest rangers of Siliguri rescued two leopards from a deep trench on Saturday after a well-planned and executed operation.
Some of you will have taken tradition a bit further and dug out a six inch deep trench all along the rows, lined it with well rotted compost then carefully rubbing off all except three shoots, planted the potatoes neatly into the trench with shoots uppermost before carefully backfilling the trench again.
Byline: By Cara Simpson A GAPING 4ft deep trench in the pavement and a cracked wall were left after workmen fixed a street lamp outside a Coventry home.
With this announcement, Toshiba is combining a super junction structure with the company's original Deep Trench MOSFET (DTMOS) technology.
In developing its I3T50 technology, AMIS employed a proprietary deep trench isolation (DTI) technique that allows isolation distances between an ASIC's high-voltage devices to be dramatically reduced.
World champion John Cantillon, from Dublin, will be defending his title at the event which takes place on Monday, August 26, in a 60-yard long and four-feet deep trench cut through a dense peat bog.