DWD

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AcronymDefinition
DWDDeutscher Wetterdienst (German weather forecasting service)
DWDDepartment of Workforce Development
DWDDown with Disease (Phish song)
DWDDarkwing Duck (cartoon)
DWDDirector of Workforce Development (various organizations)
DWDDrinking Water Directive
DWDDriving While Distracted
DWDDowned Woody Debris (forest health)
DWDDiscipline with Dignity
DWDDigital Web Design
DWDDenver Water Department (Denver, CO)
DWDDying With Dignity
DWDDeposit Weight Density
DWDDean Witter Discover & Company (investing)
DWDDinner with Dudes
DWDDriving While Drunk
DWDDeep Water Dumping (at sea)
DWDDealing with Dogs Ltd (Canada)
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And as the set progressed, transitions between songs became more fractious -- the jam on "Dirt'' devolving to Anastasio whistling, followed by a noise-band-style bit of discord, into a rocking little number, "Down With Disease.'' While one suspects a diehard Phish phan might disagree, moments such as this were among the most electrifying, where the audience's trance is broken, the hypnosis replaced with a surging, joyous vitality.
Children who go hungry are often weak and come down with disease. Children in poor families lack the money to pay for school.
"If there were a case of smallpox anywhere in the country, one would need to do both the ring vaccination technique, which focuses on vaccinating those most in need and those who are most likely to come down with disease, as well as at the same time being prepared to develop mass vaccination of large populations if that were felt to be necessary," Dr.
But those people still get into accidents or come down with diseases like everyone else, so there's a network of blood centers that specialize in rare blood, keeping a database of scarce combinations of antibodies and shuttling it across the country to patients in need.
So we have a situation where thousands of certifiably healthy young men and women are coming down with diseases of some sort that are serious enough to get them flown out of the country on an emergency basis.