GFD

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AcronymDefinition
GFDGeophysical Fluid Dynamics
GFDGraphical Full Function Display
GFDGluten-Free Diet (nutrition)
GFDGeneral Food Distribution
GFDGround Fault Detection (electrical safety)
GFDGroup Finance Director (various locations)
GFDGone from Daylight
GFDGhana Federation of the Disabled (est. 1987)
GFDGold Finger Device
GFDGood Governance for Development (in the Arab Countries)
GFDGovernment-Furnished Data
GFDGallons Per Square Foot of Membrane Per Day
GFDGeorgetown Fire Department (USA)
GFDGross Foreign Debt
GFDGetting Finances Done (blog)
GFDGood Faith Deposit
GFDGround Flash Density (lightning measurement)
GFDGrain Filling Duration
GFDGingival Fibromatosis with Sensorineural Hearing Loss
GFDGone For the Day
GFDGeotechnical Field Drilling
GFDGuilford Gravure Inc. (USPS philatelic magazine)
GFDGeneral Functional Description
GFDGraded Ferroelectric Device
GFDGloversville Fire Department
GFDGeneral Feature Description
GFDGovernment-Furnished Design
GFDGreenhills Volunteer Fire Department (Cincinnati, OH)
GFDGourmet Freeze Dry
GFDPope Field Airport, Greenfield, Indiana, USA (Airport Code)
GFDGrounds for Discussion (University of Virginia)
GFDGas Fill and Drain (valve)
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Beach's litigation and/or trial strategy is not proper grounds for discussion, much less motions practice, and will not be discussed herein," Boscolo wrote in a Jan.
As the two countries discuss challenges like immigration and trade, Larson wrote, water obligations should also be grounds for discussion.
He added the aforementioned proposed electoral law seems to lay the most suitable grounds for discussion, with the consensus of most parties over it.
The authors ask more questions than provide answers, thus laying fertile grounds for discussion.
Tapes of the program were played and then used as grounds for discussion. Course Lecturer Laura Schildkraut said the course served as a hook to engage students.
And judgment and its production are not contested, for they rest in "common sense." In such an account there is little room for discussing knowledge as a function of linguistic production even though by grounding truth as a function of rhetoric that is precisely where the grounds for discussion lie.
In Sunstein's view, cozy unanimity ill serves the law by narrowing the accepted grounds for discussion. The real danger of the lockstep conservatism of the Bush nominees is that they'll rub out counterarguments from the left by wearing down the remaining Democratic minority.
contrast between our disparate interpretations of this video clip provides fertile grounds for discussion and highlights the risk involved
To assess whether there are grounds for discussion of social exclusion as it relates to children in the United States, the paper focuses on various features of U.S.
The GAA were also pleased that the GPA approach became more dignified under Farrell's chairmanship and that led to more suitable grounds for discussion.
End-notes and footnotes complement such material so that, even in cases of personal disagreement, the grounds for discussion have been carefully defined.