D2D

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AcronymDefinition
D2DDevice-to-Device (communications)
D2DDisk-To-Disk (backup technology/strategy)
D2DDigital-to-Digital (converter)
D2DDay to Day
D2DData to Decision (program)
D2DDoor to Door (sales)
D2DDesktop to Desktop
D2DDrive to Drive
D2DDisk to Disk
D2DDesign to Delivery (various organizations)
D2DDiscovery to Delivery (various meanings)
D2DDealer to Dealer
D2DDatabase to Database
D2DDepartment to Department
D2DDistrict-to-District (education)
D2DDirect to Disk (recording technology)
D2DDot to Dot
D2DDoorway to Dreams (Allston, MA)
D2DDivision to Division
D2DDirect to Data (ParkerVision, Inc.)
D2DData to Desktop
References in classic literature ?
As the carelessness and disorganisation increased from day to day, the lane of dwelling places, at no time very sweet, became so loathsome that I left it, and going across the island made myself a hovel of boughs amid the black ruins of Moreau's enclosure.
As long as the paralysis was upon him, and it seemed as if he might always be in a childlike condition of dependence,--as long as he was still only half awakened to his trouble,--Maggie had felt the strong tide of pitying love almost as an inspiration, a new power, that would make the most difficult life easy for his sake; but now, instead of childlike dependence, there had come a taciturn, hard concentration of purpose, in strange contrast with his old vehement communicativeness and high spirit; and this lasted from day to day, and from week to week, the dull eye never brightening with any eagerness or any joy.
She and I need at least twenty-five roubles, which I will repay you out of what I earn by my work, while Thedora shall get me additional work from day to day, so that, if there be heavy interest to pay on the loan, you shall not be troubled with the extra burden.