FDH

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AcronymDefinition
FDHFrères des Hommes (French: Brethren of Men)
FDHFiber Distribution Hub
FDHFriss Die Haelfte (German: Eat Half As Much)
FDHFiber Distribution Hub (fiber optic enclosure)
FDHFukuoka Daiei Hawks (Japanese baseball team)
FDHFocal Dermal Hypoplasia
FDHFlorida Department of Health (Tallahassee, FL)
FDHFirst Dental Health (network; various locations)
FDHFarah Dejohnette Horsemanship (Hartford, CT)
FDHForeign Domestic Helper
FDHFriedrichshafen, Germany - Friedrichshafen - Lowenthal (Airport Code)
FDHFat, Dumb, and Happy
FDHFurthest Drive Home (UK band)
FDHFlorida Holding (Romania)
FDHFailure Detection and Handling
FDHFluor Daniel Hanford, Incorporated
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Nakauchi, also known as the former owner of professional baseball club Fukuoka Daiei Hawks, now the Softbank Hawks, failed to declare 550 million yen of income that he received from his father in August 2005 and evaded some 270 million yen in inheritance taxes in violation of the inheritance tax law, according to the ruling.
We played together for five years with the Fukuoka Daiei Hawks.
Takagi said the company asked Nakauchi's second son, Tadashi Nakauchi, to give up his 40% stake in professional baseball club Fukuoka Daiei Hawks, a Fukuoka-based Daiei unit, but that this was rejected.
Nagashima, idolized by many Japanese in the 1950s through the end of his playing career in the mid-1970s, said DiMaggio was ''the best among the best in the majors in his time.'' Fukuoka Daiei Hawks Manager Sadaharu Oh, who has the all-time home-run record of 868 in Japan, echoed his former Yomiuri teammate in recalling fond memories of DiMaggio.
Tadashi is known as the former owner of the professional baseball club Fukuoka Daiei Hawks, now the Softbank Hawks of the Pacific League.
The Fukuoka prefectural police said Kotsuka, 57, also the former acting owner of the Fukuoka Daiei Hawks ballclub, has admitted to physical contact with the women, but denies that he did so against their will, according to the police.
Meanwhile, Daiei Inc., whose Fukuoka Daiei Hawks baseball club lost the league championship, began a six-day sale at its 262 outlets in appreciation of fans.
President Kunio Takagi told the company's shareholders Thursday that the struggling retailer will continue to own the Fukuoka Daiei Hawks professional baseball team, company officials said.
FUKUOKA - Fukuoka Daiei Hawks President Takeshi Kotsuka offered to resign from his post Friday amid speculation he is expected to become president of publisher Diamond Inc.
FUKUOKA - Fukuoka Daiei Hawks President Takeshi Kotsuka said Friday he has accepted an offer to become president of publisher Diamond Inc.
Colony Capital plans to build a shopping mall as well as family-oriented theme park facilities to create a more attractive seaside resort complex, with less dependence on the business surrounding the Fukuoka Daiei Hawks professional baseball team.
The Bank of Fukuoka may agree to a debt waiver for Daiei Inc.'s baseball and hotel business if the retailer can guarantee that the Fukuoka Daiei Hawks will not leave the southwestern Japanese city, among other prerequisites, the president of the bank said Tuesday.
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