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PDRPhysicians' Desk Reference
PDRPaintless Dent Repair (automobiles; various companies)
PDRProfessional Development and Research (various locations)
PDRPiece de Resistance
PDRPeople's Democratic Republic (various nations)
PDRPoint of Diminishing Returns
PDRPacket Delivery Ratio
PDRPaul Davis Restoration
PDRPreliminary Design Review
PDRPurchase of Development Rights
PDRPerformance and Development Review (appraisal)
PDRPetition for Discretionary Review (law; various locations)
PDRPersonal Development Review
PDRPersonal Digital Recorder
PDRPayee Data Record (California)
PDRPlanning, Development and Rehabilitation (Church of Uganda)
PDRPublic Document Room
PDRProliferative Diabetic Retinopathy
PDRProvider Dispute Resolution (various organizations)
PDRPremium Deficiency Reserve
PDRPreliminary Data Requirements
PDRPen Drive Reader
PDRPortable Digital Recorder
PDRProject Development Review
PDRPlease Don't Rush
PDRPublic Data Release (US EPA)
PDRPlan, Do, Review (various organizations)
PDRPower Distribution Rack (computing)
PDRPhiladelphia Department of Recreation (Philadelphia, PA)
PDRPolymorphism Discovery Resource
PDRPeak Data Rate
PDRPrivate Dining Room
PDRPersonal Development Record
PDRPizza De Resistance (restaurant)
PDRPost-Deployment Review (US DoD)
PDRPerformance Data Reporting
PDRPreliminary Design Report
PDRProved Developed Reserve (oil exploration)
PDRPost Doctoral Research
PDRPlanar Di-Electric Resonator
PDRProdukte Durch Recycling
PDRPerformance Data Request
PDRPrecision Depth Recorder
PDRProfessional Development Reimbursement (various organizations)
PDRProfessional Development Recognition
PDRProgram Director's Review (various organizations)
PDRPaintless Dent Removal/Repair
PDRProject Definition Report
PDRPartisë Demokrate të Reformuar (Reformed Democratic Party, Albania)
PDRProduction Decision Review
PDRPulse Doppler Radar
PDRPublic Disclosure Request (proprietary information)
PDRPlaya Del Racing (racing team; Indianapolis, IN)
PDRPhoto Dissociation Region
PDRProgram Design Review
PDRProgram Deviation Report
PDRPygmy Dipole Resonance
PDRPerson Directly Resposible
PDRPrice Deviation Request (sales)
PDRPulse Dose Rate (radiation therapy)
PDRPersonal Dead-Reckoning (position location system)
PDRPioneer Development Resources
PDRPreferential Departure Route
PDRProgrammable Digital Radio
PDRPod Diver Radio (Scuba Podcast)
PDRPeriscope Detection Radar
PDRProduct Delivery Record
PDRPhilippine Defense Ribbon
PDRPreliminary Data Report
PDRPolicy Development & Review Department (International Monetary Fund)
PDRProcessor Data Rate
PDRPolicy Delivery Receipt (insurance)
PDRPigmentary Disorder, Reticulate, with Systemic Manifestations
PDRParticulate Data Reduction
PDRPilot-to-Data Power Ratio (CDMA coding)
PDRPeer Dispute Resolution
PDRProgram Data Requirement
PDRPeriodic Documentation Review
PDRPersonal Digital Reader
PDRPacket Discard Rate
PDRPeriscope Depth Range
PDRPlanned Deviation Request
PDRPlantwide Data Report
PDRProfessional Development Ribbon
PDRProspective Drug Review
PDRPressurized Deuterium Reactor
PDRProcess Design Review
PDRPolicy Deviation Request
PDRPositive Discrepancy Revenue
PDRPartial Digits Received
PDRPrisoner Data Report
PDRPre-Delivery Router
PDRPremium Deposit Reserve (insurance)
PDRProgram Definition Review
PDRProduct Defect Rate
PDRProbabilistic Delay Routing
PDRPresent Day Ruth (Anastasia Means Dallas play)
PDRPower Distribution Receptacle
PDRProblem Detail Report
PDRPest Detection Report (California)
PDRProgram Document Review (Army Training)
PDRPressure Difference Ratio
References in periodicals archive ?
One option is to compensate the owners of acres [A.sup.*] through M through a purchase of development rights (PDR) program.
However, the purchase of development rights in conjunction with agricultural zoning does not resolve problems with farmer profitability and the appeal of farming as a business and a lifestyle.
Suffolk County addresses the weaknesses in town ordinances through a purchase of development rights program.
Whatcom County's purchase of development rights (PDR) program is one of the major efforts by the county to preserve farmland.
AFT has been asking the General Assembly to release $18 million for the purchase of development rights from farmers, Ms.
Lexington's Purchase of Development Rights Program has five main goals: To protect the agricultural, equine and tourism economies of Fayette County by conserving large areas of farmland in the rural area; to conserve and protect the natural, scenic, open space, historic and agricultural resources of rural Fayette County; to use conservation easements to protect 50,000 acres over 20 years to ensure the vitality of the agriculture, equine and tourism industries: to provide funding from local, state and federal sources of $140 million over 20 years; and to compensate farm owners for changing the minimum size lot from 10 to 40 acres in August of 1998.
One agricultural land preservation technique that is becoming increasingly common is the purchase of conservation easements (also known as Purchase of Development Rights).(1) In a purchased conservation easement program, owners voluntarily sell the right to prevent development on their farmland in exchange for a cash payment.
Buist, Henry, Carolyn Fischer, John Michos, and Abebayehu Tegene, Purchase of Development Rights and the Economics of Easements, AER-718, Economic Research Service, U.S.
Lexington, Ky.: Purchase of Development Rights Program
Purchase of development rights (PDR) programs have become popular farmland preservation tools in the Northeast.
* Lexington-Fayette County, Ky.: Purchase of Development Rights Program, Population Category 150,001-500,000
The demands of state and federal programs tended to determine other applications: 29 percent reported using LESA for environmental impact assessments and 23 percent used it for ranking farms for purchase of development rights. Less common uses included lending to property owners by a federal agency, and acquisition and disposal of land by federal agencies.