AHD

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AcronymDefinition
AHDAnalog High Definition (cameras)
AHDAhead
AHDAmerican Heritage Dictionary
AHDAutomate Help Desk
AHDAustralian Height Datum
AHDArrowhead
AHDAdvanced Healthcare Directive (legal document)
AHDAirhead
AHDAcademic Honors Diploma
AHDAlveolar Hydatid Disease
AHDAtherosclerotic Heart Disease
AHDAffordable Housing Directory (New York)
AHDAdvanced Help Desk
AHDAcademic Half-Day (education)
AHDAmerican Health Decisions
AHDAlaska-Hawaii Daylight (GMT-0900)
AHDAfter Hours Depository
AHDAlexandria Health Department (Virginia)
AHDAnti Handling Device
AHDAIDS and Human Development (United Nations Development Programme)
AHDAssociation Havraise des Diabétiques (French diabetic association)
AHDAcieries Hachette & Driout (French steel foundry)
AHDAltitude Heading Direction
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According to my American Heritage Dictionary (the one I was given by the Detroit News when I was in high school, no less), symbiosis is "the relationship of two or more different organisms in a close association that may be but is not necessarily beneficial to each.
Researchers from Harvard, Google, Encyclopaedia Britannica, and the American Heritage Dictionary said they've created a record of human culture by examining around 4 percent of all books ever published.
On the back of an assignment sheet, I duplicate the usage note for the entry word literate from the American Heritage Dictionary 4th ed.
According to the American Heritage Dictionary, cafeteria derives from the idea of a coffeehouse, in which people gather convivially to take food and drink together, an old notion that speaks to moderns.
According to the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, "nerd" was being used as slang meaning "drip" or "square" later in the 1950s, perhaps by older siblings of the five- and six-year-olds who had read Dr.
In order to better understand the purpose of positioning and differentiation, which, in my opinion, are the most crucial parts of marketing strategy, I thought it would be a good idea to refer to The American Heritage Dictionary.
Blount, a member of the American Heritage Dictionary usage panel who has written twenty previous books, covering subjects from the Pittsburgh Steelers to Robert E.
Editor's note: My American Heritage Dictionary defines "assassinate" as "to murder (a prominent person) by surprise attack, as for political reasons.
Even the American extension, "to schmooze," defined by the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition, as "to converse casually, especially in order to gain an advantage or make a social connection," is a long way from the Nir-Stahl version.
According to the American Heritage Dictionary, the definition of command is "To have control or authority over; to dominate; to demand obedience on the part of the person or group addressed.
According to the American Heritage Dictionary, a "complex" is "a whole composed of intricate or interconnected parts: a complex of cities and suburbs," with synonyms including "complicated," "intricate," "involved," "tangled" and "knotty.
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