Montag told the magazine that she hopes to downsize to a dd or a D, rather than fully remove her implants immediately.
Lucky Yates summed him up perfectly, with a dd reference, calling him “chaotic neutral.”
And, yes, that DOES sound like the ramblings of a dd loving adolescent who just consumed his first pot brownie.
I don't know why; but methinks she looks like one, and dd a sort of a Trimmer.
dd grows politician, and longs to hear the peace is proclaimed.
These pressed on for fourteen miles further, then it became clear that dd had evaded them, and they returned.
It becomes Ei dd, his father; Ei thd, her father; by nhd my father.
C and C' are the tubes for putting the vessel about, and dd' the tubes for causing her to run backward.
I have not met with an instance of his saying My tagh as he says My dd.
Then let em drown, and be dd to emthe mutinous dogs, said he.
abbreviation of Latin Divinitatis Doctor "Doctor of Divinity."
A Unix copy command with special options suitable for block-oriented devices; it was often used in heavy-handed system maintenance, as in "Let's "dd" the root partition onto a tape, then use the boot PROM to load it back on to a new disk".
dd had a distinctly non-Unixy keyword option syntax reminiscent of IBM System/360 JCL (which had an elaborate DD "Dataset Definition" specification for I/O devices). Though the command filled a need, the interface design was clearly a prank.