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BDBachelor of Divinity
BDBoard
BDBaud
BDBig Deal
BDBirthday
BDBound
BDBroker Dealer (securities firm)
BDBand (German: Volume [books])
BDBreak Down
BDBusiness Development
BDBoulevard
BDBusiness Day
BDBundle
BDBradford (postcode, United Kingdom)
BDBreaking Dawn
BDLa Bande Dessinee
BDBoundary
BDBack Door
BDBandes Dessinées (French: Comic Books)
BDBrain Damage (Pink Floyd song/fanzine)
BDBritish Midland (IATA airline code)
BDBuilding Department
BDBreakdance
BDBrought Down
BDBase de Donnée (French: Database)
BDbudget deficit
BDBaby Dance (trying to get pregnant)
BDButadiene
BDBanda Desenhada (Comic Books)
BDBroken Dreams
BDBulk Density
BDBahraini Dinar (unit of currency)
BDBrood War (game)
BDBoot Drive
BDBronchodilator (respiratory airflow)
BDBoulder Dash (computer game)
BDBrand Development
BDBonner Durchmusterung (astronomy)
BDBritish Midland Airlines (airline IATA code)
BDBaker's Dozen
BDBuffer Descriptor (PowerPC CPM)
BDBuildings Department
BDBroder Daniel (band)
BDBy Direction
BDBrownian Dynamics
BDBootable Disk
BDBaby's Daddy (denotes a father of a child who is not married to the mother)
BDBrachydactyly
BDBase Deficit (acid-base balance)
BDBranch Davidian (cult)
BDBiomedical Diagnostics
BDBlade Dancer (game Lineage2)
BDButane Diol
BDBinary Dump
BDBurmester-Desmedt
BDBaseline Description
BDBinary Decoder
BDBypass Diode
BDBase-Down Prism (ophthalmology)
BDBio-Daughter
BDBus Director
BDBuried Distribution
BDBase-Line Design
BDBallast Deck (railroad bridges)
BDBeginning Descent
BDBritish Dressage Ltd (UK)
BDBranch Deletion
BDBiennial Declaration
BDBiodiagnóstico SA (Guatemala, private lab)
BDBalcony Drain (plumbing)
BDBachelor of Drama
BDBoondoggle
BDBass Drum
BDBlowing Dust (weather reports)
BDBluetooth Device
BDBeedi (Indian cigar)
BDBone Dry
BDBis in Die (Latin: twice a day)
BDBinary Digit
BDBerne Declaration (Switzerland)
BDBase Damage
BDBlueDragon (computer parsing engine)
BDBio-Diesel
BDBangladesh (top-level domain name)
BDBondage & Discipline
BDBelly Dance
BDBlood Donation
BDBile Duct
BDBecton Dickinson and Company
BDBeaver Dam
BDBlock Diagram
BDBipolar Disorder
BDBinary to Decimal
BDBinomial Distribution
BDBlack Diamond
BDBlue Diamond
BDBomb Disposal
BDBank Draft
BDBattlefield Digitization
BDBattlefield Distribution
BDBehavior Disorder
BDBermuda
BDBible Dictionary
BDBig Dawg
BDBig Detroit
BDBills Discounted
BDBinary Divide
BDBlack Dog (White-Wolf's game studio)
BDBen Davis (High School)
BDBarrels per Day
BDBinary Discrete
BDBob Dole
BDBarndoor
BDBearded Dragon
BDBig Dummy (cycling; Surly)
BDBob Dylan (singer)
BDBirth Doula (childbirth)
BDBirth Defect
BDBirth Daughter
BDBarrel Distortion (video distortion)
BDBody Development (gaming)
BDBaron Davis (NBA Player)
BDBlack Disciples (gang; Chicago, IL)
BDBetterdays (band)
BDBoard Diagnostics
BDBilling Domain
BDBlu-Ray Disc
BDBlowdown
BDBlack Dragon (gaming)
BDBombardment Division
BDBiological Defense
BDBirth Dad (adoption)
BDBehcet's Disease
BDBlue Devils (drum and bugle corps; Concord, CA)
BDBig Dig (Boston, MA, USA)
BDBase de Datos (Spanish: Database)
References in classic literature ?
Inquiries made at Plymouth proved that they had sailed, forty-eight hours previously, in the BEWLEY CASTLE, East Indiaman, bound direct to Bombay.
It will not be in the power of the President and Senate to make any treaties by which they and their families and estates will not be equally bound and affected with the rest of the community; and, having no private interests distinct from that of the nation, they will be under no temptations to neglect the latter.
There was the figure of the white prisoner still securely bound as they had last seen him, and in the centre of the hut another figure equally as motionless, its throat and breasts horribly torn and mangled.
He had allowed himself to be led, pushed, carried, lifted, bound, and bound again.
Thus the day wore on, for the hyenas were not famished, and the rope with which Tarzan was bound was a stronger one than that of his boyhood, which had parted so quickly to the chafing of the rough tree bark.
However, the chief of the Spaniards would not consent to it, but ordered, for the present, that they should be sent out of the way to my old cave in the valley, and be kept there, with two Spaniards to guard them, and have food for their subsistence, which was done; and they were bound there hand and foot for that night.
When she was touched, she jerked her bound legs and looked wildly yet simply at everybody.
Then I'll pick a good ship bound for Europe, and arrive there with another pay-day.
Hoseason, the captain's mother, had come some years before to live; and whether outward or inward bound, the Covenant was never suffered to go by that place by day, without a gun fired and colours shown.
For a year or two Eliza saw her husband frequently, and there was nothing to interrupt their happiness, except the loss of two infant children, to whom she was passionately attached, and whom she mourned with a grief so intense as to call for gentle remonstrance from her mistress, who sought, with maternal anxiety, to direct her naturally passionate feelings within the bounds of reason and religion.
He lay on his side, the cords that bound his legs so tight as to bite into his tender flesh and shut off the circulation.
There is also another species of acquisition which they [1257a] particularly call pecuniary, and with great propriety; and by this indeed it seems that there are no bounds to riches and wealth.