DTB

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AcronymDefinition
DTBDarker Than Black (Japanese animation series)
DTBDerek Trucks Band
DTBDios Te Bendiga (Spanish: God bless you)
DTBDeutsche Börse
DTBDigital Talking Books (National Information Standards Organization)
DTBDeutsche Terminbörse (German)
DTBDigital Talking Books
DTBDual Transit Buffer
DTBData Bus
DTBData Transfer Buffer
DTBDockable Tool Bar
DTBData Translation Buffer
DTBDown the Backstretch (sports blog)
DTBDown the Bayou
DTBDoor-to-Balloon (cardiology)
DTBDare to Believe (ministry)
DTBDonna the Buffalo (band)
DTBDeutscher Turnerbund (German Gymnasts Federation)
DTBDrugs and Therapeutics Bulletin
DTBDeutscher Tennisbund (German Tennis Association)
DTBDevin Townsend Band (band)
DTBDuval Traitement des Bois (French: Duval Treatment of Wood)
DTBDownload-to-Burn (digital media)
DTBDan Tyminski Band
DTBDayton T. Brown, Inc.
DTBDefense Tech Briefs (publication; Tech Briefs Media Group; New York, NY)
DTBDowntown Brown (band)
DTBData Transfer Bus
DTBDe.talk.bizarre (German newsgroup aka detebe)
DTBDynamic Transaction Backout
DTBDiagnostic Technique Bâtiment (French: Building Diagnostic Technique)
DTBDestroyer Tactical Bulletin (US Navy)
DTBDavid Thom Band
DTBDown the Bar (Brasenose College Oxford Slang, early 1990s)
DTBDefense Technology Board
DTBDon't Text Back (cellphone slang)
DTBDead Tree Books
DTBDown to Bomb (graffit crew)
DTBDemarcq Travaux Bâtiment (French: Demarcq Building Works)
DTBDeadly Testosterone Buildup
DTBDynamic Trailblazer
DTBDirect Television Broadcast
DTBDecision to Bid
DTBDigitization of the Battlefield
DTBDual Throttle Bodies (automotive)
DTBDVR-MS (Digital Video Recording-Microsoft) Toolbox (software)
DTBDirt Track Bandits (racing)
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When orders came down to bomb an eastern city, Bomber Harris was unimpressed; he had just acknowledged failure to bring Germany to her knees by hitting her nation's capital.
Coleen and Wayne, 19, are planning a trip down to bomb hit London soon to see a show.
This book has it all, from a Pearl Harbor survivor who thought the attack was part of an unannounced training exercise, saw an aircraft swoop down to bomb a hangar and initially thought "Boy, is that guy going to get in trouble" to the young infantryman in the 7th Division who was knocked off his feet by an exploding mortar round and moments later found that he could detect no wounds, other than "several feet of pink tubing" lying alongside his leg.