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FDFail(ed) Dangerous
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FDFinance Director
FDFlight Deck
FDFreeze-Dried (food)
FDFull Disclosure
FDFolk Dance
FDFinite Difference
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FDFull Duplex
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FDFill Device
FDFamily Dollar (store chain)
FDField Data
FDFamily Day
FDFinal Destination (gaming clan; movie)
FDFull Dose (medicine)
FDFuneral Director
FDFailure Definition
FDFiduciary Duty
FDFjord
FDFunctional Description
FDFederal District
FDFamily Doctor
FDFair Disclosure (Securities and Exchange Commission)
FDFinal Determination
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FDFerredoxin
FDFloat Double
FDFull Deployment
FDFree Discharge (shipping industry)
FDFinal Design
FDFarad (electronics)
FDForsvarsdepartementet (Norwegian: Ministry of Defence)
FDFlight Data
FDFault Detection
FDFamilial Dysautonomia
FDForest Department
FDFlight Dynamics
FDFunctional Dependency
FDFirst Down
FDFocal Distance
FDForced Draft (fan in furnaces)
FDForce Development
FDFeign Death (Everquest)
FDFatal Dose
FDWinds Aloft forecast
FDFluor Daniel (company)
FDFull Definition
FDFramework Document
FDFourth Dimension (band)
FDFramework Decision (European Union council)
FDFloor Drain (construction plans; plumbing)
FDFlyball Dog (canine performance title)
FDFire Damper (HVAC systems)
FDFeasible Distance
FDFrequency Divider
FDFunction Designator
FDForceps Delivery
FDFunctional Decomposition
FDFire Direction
FDFirst Deployment
FDFighter Direction (US Navy)
FDFitness for Duty (attendance code)
FDForeign Disclosure
FDFidei Defensor
FDFront Democratique (French: Democratic Front)
FDFormula Dream (racing series; Japan)
FDFourier Descriptor
FDFoundation Data
FDFederal Document
FDFood Desert (sociology)
FDFrance-Diplomatie (French: France-Diplomacy)
FDForce Démocrate (French political party)
FDFiber Drum (environmental waste)
FDFalsified Data
FDFatal Death
FDFuel Drain
FDFrequency Density
FDFinal Drawings
FDFade Duration
FDFull Donor (biology)
FDFixed Disc
FDFederation of Democrats
FDFade Depth
FDFox Die (gaming, Metal Gear Solid)
FDFinal Deposit
FDForward Detector
FDForecast Winds and Temperatures Aloft
FDFocus-Defocus
FDFunction Director
FDFeeder Data
FDFighter Division
FDForward Detachment
FDFailure Density
FDFamily of Documents
FDField Directive
FDFactual Discrepancy (job candidate resume)
FDFinance Detachment
FDForbidden Dialect (band)
FDFlaming Datum
FDFlight Definition Laboratory (US NASA)
FDFarmacia de Descuento (Guatemalan drug store)
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Whatever the intention, the Flying Dutchman eventually led to new designs in sulky plows all over the world.
A purse of 1,000 sovereigns ensured a rematch at York on May 13, 1851, and in front of packed stands, The Flying Dutchman, with a sober Marlow on his back, gained revenge, winning the 2m thriller by a length, as depicted in a painting by John Frederick Herring.
THE FLYING DUTCHMAN (NEW YORK CITY OPERA; 2,751 SEATS; $205 TOP)
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has launched a new mobile phone service for members of its Flying Dutchman (FD) loyalty programme.
The trio have continent-hopped across Europe and North America as Charbonnet sang leads or prominent roles in Fidelio, Aida, Cavalleria Rusticana, The Flying Dutchman, and Die Walkure.
Wagner's The Flying Dutchman, sung in German, will feature English supertitles and women dancing Denni Sayers's choreography on pointe in the last act.
Is the flying Dutchman in Wagner's opera by that name really a sort of wandering Jew in disguise, who must die in order to be redeemed?
When Fitzball adapted it as The Flying Dutchman, he added many features not found in Howison, including a love interest, plenty of comic relief, a slave named Smutta, and an evil spirit called Rockalda.
Flying Dutchman In European maritime legend, specter ship doomed to sail forever; its appearance to seamen is believed to signal imminent disaster.
So he went wandering around the world, to London, to the Bahamas, and finally to Las Vegas, like some incorporated Flying Dutchman. In the end, all that was left was a hoarse voice at the end of a long distance phone call.