DDR

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AcronymDefinition
DDRDouble Data Rate
DDRDeutsche Demokratische Republik (former East Germany)
DDRDance Dance Revolution (dance simulation game series)
DDRDance Dance Revolution (band)
DDRDrug Demand Reduction
DDRDirection du Développement Rural (French: Directorate of Rural Development)
DDRDésarmement, Démobilisation et Réinsertion (French: Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration)
DDRDotation de Développement Rural (French: Rural Development Endowment)
DDRDoha Development Round (World Trade Organization)
DDRDevice Description Repository
DDRDisarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration
DDRDevelopers Diversified Realty (Beachwood, OH)
DDRDispositif Différentiel Résiduel (French: Residual Current Device)
DDRDrug Development Research (journal)
DDRDial-on-Demand Routing
DDRDatabase Design Report
DDRDolby Digital Ready Receiver
DDRDial on Demand Routing
DDRDynamic Document Review
DDRDac Decoder Regulator
DDRDay Delegate Rate
DDRDue Diligence Report
DDRDirect Debit Request
DDRDry Dry Ruins (gaming)
DDRDigital Disk Recorder
DDRDaily Dairy Report (farming news)
DDRData Direction Register
DDRDynamic Document Review (Symantec web security feature)
DDRDevil Doll Records (Long Beach, CA)
DDRDetailed Design Review
DDRDigital Data Recorder
DDRRadar Picket Destroyer (US Navy ship type)
DDRDétection Dérivation Réseaux (French: Detection Derivation Networks)
DDRDiscovery Data Record (Microsoft System Management Server)
DDRData Descriptive Record
DDRDaily Drilling Report
DDRDynamic Desktop Router
DDRDirect Deposit Refund
DDRData Discrepancy Report
DDRDynamic Device Recognition (HP Tru64 Unix)
DDRDoncaster Defence Regiment (UK)
DDRDistrict Dedicated Revenue (Florida)
DDRData Delivery Rate (Sprint)
DDRDisarmament, Demobilization and Resettlement
DDRDaily Development Report
DDRDaily Demand Rate
DDRDistributed Dynamic Reservation
DDRDual-Depletion Region
DDRDocument Discrepancy Report
DDRDual Doppler Radar
DDRDesign Development Record (NASA)
DDRDirect Digital Receiver
DDRDASD Dump and Restore
DDRDeficiency and Disposition Report
DDRDefinitive Design Review
DDRDaily Document Register
DDRDeveloper Documentation Requirements (DII COE)
DDRDisposition Decision Review
DDRDual Dial Restore
DDRDesensitization Dynamic Range
DDRDesign Defect Report
DDRDesigner's Desk Reference
DDRDoD (Department of Defense) Data Repository (US DoD)
DDRDienst Donorregister
DDRDriver's Defect Report
DDRDirect Data Retrieval
DDRData Distribution Requirement
DDRDelayed Delivery Receipt
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the Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) music video game machine from Radio Disney, which allows kids to bust moves on a giant electronic dance pad; a performance of "Rumpelstiltskin", by Albany's Steamer No.
The mat has been adapted by Microsoft from the mat developed by Konami, a game company, for its Dance Dance Revolution game, which involves players stepping on sensors on the mat to copy the moves shown on screen.
Other activities include dance lessons, Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) contests, Wacky Olympics, and a poolside Luau At The Oasis.
This game, Dance Dance Revolution, is more aerobically beneficial than most because it requires fast feet, not thumbs, to win.
This mode also calculates how many jump tope jumps one would have to do as well as kilometers one would have to swim or run to get the same results as one session of Dance Dance Revolution.
Smash hit arcade game Dance Dance Revolution, where players dance on pressure pads to win, is the only exercise some tubby Yank youngsters get.
7 DANCE DANCE REVOLUTION (Konami) The days of passively sitting in front of a video game are over.
com/story/ariana-grande-dangerous-woman-tour-ddr) posted Snapchat clips of her playing Dance Dance Revolution late last month.
But if a kid hates playing dodge ball but loves Dance Dance Revolution why not let him work up a sweat playing E-games?
With funding from RWJF's Health Games Research national program, nine research teams across the country will conduct extensive studies to discover, for example, how the popular dance pad video game Dance Dance Revolution might help Parkinson's patients reduce the risk of falling, how Wii Active might be most effectively implemented in high schools to help overweight students lose weight, how a mobile phone game with a breath interface might help smokers quit or reduce their tobacco use, or how facial recognition games might be designed to help people with autism learn to identify others' emotions.