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AcronymDefinition
GDNGarden (postal suffix)
GDNGlobal Development Network (New Delhi, India)
GDNGdansk, Poland - Rebiechowo (Airport Code)
GDNGlobal Data Network
GDNGoods Dispatch Note
GDNGlobal Disaster Network
GDNGlobal Distribution Network (various organizations)
References in classic literature ?
When grandmother was ready to go, I said I would like to stay up there in the garden awhile.
Behind the house there appeared to be a garden, which undoubtedly had once been extensive, but was now infringed upon by other enclosures, or shut in by habitations and outbuildings that stood on another street.
She went through the door and found that it was a garden with walls all round it and that it was only one of several walled gardens which seemed to open into one another.
And he took down his hat and went out into the garden.
But the young ones did not listen to their mother, and, playing about the garden one day, they strayed close up to the castle windows.
He slipped underneath the gate, and was safe at last in the wood outside the garden.
Ah, the young rascal -- stealing in a garden -- he does not know where that may lead him to.
It was two ladies stopping in a low phaeton at the garden gate.
Yes," she said, "she often thought so;" and added, "it is my garden, monsieur, which makes me retain this house, otherwise I should probably have removed to larger and more commodious premises long since; but you see I could not take my garden with me, and I should scarcely find one so large and pleasant anywhere else in town.
To look at them, frolicking in the wintry garden, you would have thought that the dark and pitiless storm had been sent for no other purpose but to provide a new plaything for Violet and Peony; and that they themselves had beer created, as the snow-birds were, to take delight only in the tempest, and in the white mantle which it spread over the earth.
No; that garden is cultivated by the own hands of Signor Giacomo Rappaccini, the famous doctor, who, I warrant him, has been heard of as far as Naples.
I must work the garden--I must work the garden," I said to myself, five minutes later, as I waited, upstairs, in the long, dusky sala, where the bare scagliola floor gleamed vaguely in a chink of the closed shutters.