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DBDatabase
DBDecibel
DBDeutsche Bundesbahn (German Federal Railways, 1994 amalgamation with Deutsche Reichsbahn, aka DBAG)
DBDouble
DBDeutsche Bank
DBDragon Ball (processor)
DBDeutsche Bahn AG (German railway company)
DBDefined Benefit (type of qualified retirement plan)
DBDragonBall (TV show/anime)
DBDefensive Back (football)
DBDropbox (file hosting service)
DBData Bus
DBDouble Bass
DBDiscussion Board
DBDebug (assembly language ASM51 assembler control)
DBDesign and Build (contract)
DBData Buffer
DBDaytona Beach (Florida)
DBDaily Bulletin
DBDebit
DBDon't Bother (chat slang)
DBDavid Bowie (musician)
DBDiamond Bar (California)
DBDagbladet
DBDry Bulb (temperature)
DBDavid Beckham (footballer)
DBDobra (unit of currency of Sao Tome and Principe)
DBDaimler Benz
DBDena Bank (India)
DBDie Bahn (German Railways)
DBDynamic Bass
DBDaniel Bryan (professional wrestler)
DBDeed Book (Recorder of Deeds)
DBDead Body
DBDark Brotherhood (gaming)
DBDragon Boat
DBDilbert
DBDOSBox (DOS emulator)
DBDirect Broadcast
DBDresdner Bank (Germany)
DBDaughter Board
DBDeath Benefit (insurance)
DBDavid Byrne (singer)
DBDumbbell (weight lifting)
DBDierks Bentley (country music artist)
DBDiscovery Bay (Hong Kong)
DBDirect Burial (cable/pipe)
DBDouble Base (rocket propellants)
DBDisability Benefit (various organizations)
DBDomonic Brown (baseball player)
DBDubnium (element 105)
DBDavid Blaine
DBDirty Bastard
DBDattebayo (anime fansub group)
DBDoobie Brothers (band)
DBDavid Boreanaz (actor)
DBDeclining Balance
DBDebenture
DBDrew Bledsoe (athlete)
DBDarkbasic
DBDistribution Box
DBDoughboy
DBDouche Bag
DBDooney & Bourke
DBDifficulty Breathing (medical)
DBDimmu Borgir (band)
DBDogbert
DBDeafblind
DBDaybook
DBDispatched By
DBDark Beginning (Yu-Gi-Oh cards)
DBDouble Bottom (trading markets; stocks, bonds, commodities)
DBDoor Bell
DBDigital Blasphemy
DBDooney and Bourke
DBDouble Bottom (shipbuilding)
DBDistribution Board (electronics)
DBDangling Bond (chemistry)
DBDefine Byte (assembly language directive)
DBDivision of Biology (FDA)
DBDetective Branch (Bangladesh)
DBDumb Blond
DBDenied Boarding (airline)
DBDesign Baseline
DBDeutsche Burschenschaft (German: German Fraternity)
DBDrinking Buddies
DBDirect Bilirubin
DBDelta Band
DBDocking Bay
DBDelayed Broadcast
DBDirect Billing
DBDigital Battlefield
DBDeathball (gaming)
DBDetective Bureau
DBDirect Budget
DBDream Boat
DBDime Bag
DBDutch Belted (rabbit breed)
DBDeadbands
DBDip Brazing
DBDog's Bollocks
DBDisciplinary Barracks
DBDing Bat
DBDigital Burst (gaming clan)
DBSao Tome Dobra (national currency)
DBDumb Bunny
DBDeutsch-Bonnet (French racing car)
DBDisplay Builder
DBDetection Buffer
DBDry Base
DBDepth Bomb
DBDedicated Buffer
DBDaryl Baxter (Nebraska)
DBDon Balón (soccer magazine; Spain)
DBDegraded Being (Scientology term)
DBDeadbeat Parent (someone who does not pay child support)
DBDouble Brew
DBDefence Board
DBDrunken Brawler (gaming)
DBDoggabyte (1e+30 bytes)
DBDarkenbane (Everquest Guild)
DBDiffuse Bipolar (cell)
DBdiluted bitumen
DBDünya Bankasý (Turkish: World Bank)
DBDispersal Base
DBBalloon drift
DBDepartment of Defense Beneficiary (US DoD)
DBDome Breach
DBDynamic Binateness (of a variable)
DBDual Bitmap (Annex C) (ITU-T)
DBDevelopmental Bulletin (USMC)
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Railway personnel at Deutsche Bundesbahn simply connect the new automatic tester to the hydraulic brake clutches and select the train type.
We assisted them in developing the tester and FEW succeeded in obtaining from Deutsche Bundesbahn a contract for a large number of these testers.
Sixty-eight years after D-Day (June 6, 1944), not to compare New York's MTA to the Deutsche Bundesbahn, or to draw any correlation between local artists' communities and underground partisan fighters, or to suggest that Brooklyn is occupied by suppressive forces, but damn it, if the Nazis and the Italian Blackshirts could do it, why can't we get the trains to run on time to Williamsburg/ Bushwick?
It then explains the comprehensive shock and vibration testing that is carried out on the enclosures and systems, in accordance with IEC, SNCF and Deutsche Bundesbahn standards.
From 1975 to 1977, under the leadership of the Deutsche Bahn (formerly known as the Deutsche Bundesbahn, German Federal Railway), a thesaurus for the topic of 'railway traffic' was developed, to which experts from both western and eastern European countries could contribute.
In terms of output per employee in 1990 it was 27 per cent below the level of Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB) and 36 per cent below that of the Swiss Bundesbahn (SBB).
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