from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. demand draft
- abbr. dishonorable discharge
- abbr. Latin Divinitatis Doctor (Doctor of Divinity)
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A Roman numeral representing thousand (1000).
- developmentally disabled
- designated driver
- Discharged Dead - official designation of a sailor killed in combat
- Dual Diagnosis
- Demand Draft
- Deficit Disorder
- abbr. destroyer, a type of warship
- abbr. a bra size
- abbr. direct download
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of days' date (days after date) used in commercial writings: as, to make out a bill payable 30 d/d (30 days after date).
- n. An abbreviation of Doctor of Dental Surgery, a degree conferred upon the graduates of a dental college.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a doctor's degree in religion
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UCMJ offenses for which a DD is authorized are the more serious ones, easily on par with civilian felonies.
But doggy diarrhea (let's call it DD from now on) can be a totally different story, depending on what you're dealing with.
Peranteau WH, Heaton TE, Gu YC, Volk SW, Bauer TR, Alcorn K, Tuschong LM, Johnson MP, Hickstein DD, Flake AW. Haploidentical in utero hematopoietic cell transplantation improves phenotype and can induce tolerance for postnatal same-donor transplants in the canine leukocyte adhesion deficiency.
DD is one of my favorite books and now I'm worried it'll go to crap.
This way I can do it more leisurely (DD is sleeping), and I have PLENTY of time to remember stuff.
FWIW, both my children “sleep through the night” now, and have from right around 2 1/4 yrs on (DD is 5, DS is nearly 2 1/2), and I never used the cry it out method in any variation.
More and more evidence that DD is the fringiest of fringe positions and mainstream americans will vote against in droves with great reliability.
A person with a DD is treated the same as a felon.
DD is a near future (2043) police procedural mystery set in and around Calgary.
DD is my small effort to pose that question -- while having a lot of fun with car chases, kidnappings, guns and explosions, good and evil, genetics, computer hacking and, did I mention, cyborgs, cannibals and the grammar police?