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Examples from the Web for dd
Lucky Yates summed him up perfectly, with a DD reference, calling him “chaotic neutral.”‘Archer’ Creator Adam Reed on the Big Twist and the End of ‘Vice’|Marlow Stern|April 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And, yes, that DOES sound like the ramblings of a DD loving adolescent who just consumed his first pot brownie.
Montag told the magazine that she hopes to downsize to a DD or a D, rather than fully remove her implants immediately.
Conversely a decrease in demand is represented by a movement from dd' to DD', and the new price is seen to be less than the old.Supply and Demand|Hubert D. Henderson
It may be added that Dd did not keep the faith he plighted on this occasion.Rulers of India: Akbar|George Bruce Malleson
In a furnace with lateral fire-place, cc are the heating cylinders, and dd the cooling cylinders.
Partitions, DD, are set in grooves cut in the boards, forming the sides of the camera.The Boy Mechanic, Book 2|Various
I still believe there was a dd fool in that room, but I know now that it wasnt Debs.The Art of Lecturing|Arthur M. (Arthur Morrow) Lewis
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Word Origin and History for dd
abbreviation of Latin Divinitatis Doctor "Doctor of Divinity."