from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Latin Scientiae Doctor (Doctor of Science)
- abbr. sight draft
- abbr. South Dakota
- abbr. special delivery
- abbr. standard deviation
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- n. South Dakota, a state of the United States of America.
- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Sudan.
- School district
- Sheriff's department
- Shacklesons Disease, a rare brain disease.
- Standard deviation, a mathematical measure of the spread of a list of numbers.
- standard definition, SDTV
- Secure Digital, a non-volatile memory card format developed by Matsushita, SanDisk, and Toshiba for use in portable devices.
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It'll be the first game in sd i'm not at in three years. enjoy fellas, and I love how mo leggs already knows what the anthem is gonna sound like, even in SD.
Some think the service offered by the folks in SD is great; some don't; and some think the whole discussion has turned into a tempest in a teapot.
The thing that bugs me every year in SD is a particular billboard on miramar road. every single year someone rents it and it says:
Tesla was giving test drives of this car at the Del Coronado in SD three weeks ago.
Because of the next generation HD formats coming up now, DVD are sometimes referred to as SD DVD (standard definition DVD).
"All of our camcorders have SD Card slots and are thus called SD Camcorders."
Served in German SD in the Netherlands; Sentenced to death in Holland for murders of prisoners of Westerbork transit camp and Groningen prison in the Netherlands in fall 1944; sentence commuted to life imprisonment in 1948; escaped from prison to Germany on December 26, 1952.
So if you are the GM of the Mets (a job we all want and feel we'd be outstanding at) would you call SD GM Kevin Towers and offer Jose Reyes in a deal for Peavey?
Please, TPM, please let me know for each ensuing SD announcment, whether the SD is a sneetch who has a star upon thars or if they are a non-star bellied sneetch.
Of course, I; m not sure how many of then are 'Big' SDs - as opposed to 'Regular' SDs or 'Small' Sds (to use TPM's biased adjectival forms), but to paraphrase a famous poet - a SD is a SD is a SD .....