GDP


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AcronymDefinition
GDPGross Domestic Product
GDPGewerkschaft Der Polizei
GDPGround Delay Program (aviation traffic flow initiative)
GDPGuanosine 5'-Diphosphate
GDPGateway Discovery Protocol
GDPGlobal Drifter Program
GDPGeneralized Drawing Primitive
GDPGlucose Degradation Product
GDPGeneralized Documentation Processor
GDPGround-Delay Programme (air traffic management)
GDPGroup Design Process
GDPGeneral Duties of Pilot (Pakistan)
GDPGlobal Detection Probability
GDPGeneric Deployment Plan
GDPGrounded Into Double Play (baseball)
GDPGraduate Development Programme (various locations)
GDPGeneral Dental Practitioner
GDPGood Distribution Practice
GDPGaseous Diffusion Plant
GDPGlobal Data Pool
GDPGlow Discharge Plasma
GDPGood Documentation Practice
GDPGiant Depolarizing Synaptic Potential (neurology)
GDPGraduate Degree Program
GDPGeneral Defense Plan (SACEUR)
GDPGrand Daddy Purple (marijuana strain)
GDPGround Data Processing
GDPGraphics Display Processor
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