RED

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AcronymDefinition
REDRedmond (Amtrak station code; Redmond, OR)
REDRetired, Extremely Dangerous (movie)
REDResearch and Economic Development (various organizations)
REDRedundant
REDRegional Economic Development (USACE)
REDRelativity Entertainment Distribution (Sony Music Entertainment)
REDRenewable Energy Development (various organizations)
REDRequirements Document
REDReal Estate Directory (various locations)
REDResearch and Evaluation Division
REDReview of Economic Dynamics (Society for Economic Dynamics)
REDRemember Everyone Deployed
REDReal Estate Department (various locations)
REDReal Estate Division (various organizations)
REDRandom Early Detection (TCP/IP)
REDReal Estate Database (resource)
REDResearch, Evaluation and Development
REDRegional Executive Director
REDRenewable Energy Directive (EU)
REDRead Every Day
REDResearch Evaluation and Data (various organizations)
REDRenewable Energy Division (various organizations)
REDRadio Equipment Directive (EU)
REDResource Discovery (International Workshop)
REDRacial Equality Directive (EU)
REDRural Enterprise Development (various locations)
REDRigid External Destruction (medical care)
REDRealone Enterprise Desktop
REDRemote Execution Daemon
REDRandom Early Detection
REDRear-Engine Dragster
REDReregistration Eligibility Decision Document
REDRecord of Emergency Data
REDRegional Economic Development Partnership (Ohio Valley, WV, USA)
REDRandom Early Discard
REDReference Entity Database (Credit Derivative Swaps database)
REDRisk Estimate Distance
REDRapid Extraction Desk
REDAtlantic Redfishes
REDRover Equipment Deck (NASA)
REDReflection Electron Diffraction
REDRedwood Empire Division (Northern California Demolay Association; International Order of DeMolay)
REDReactor Engineering Department
REDRebel Elite Defense (gaming)
REDReview of Externalities Data (EU project)
REDRCRA Enforcement Division (US EPA)
REDReliable Excavation Demolition (gaming, Team Fortress 2)
REDRefunding Escrow Deposit
REDRapid Extraction Device
REDRegional Emergency Dispatching
REDRegistration of Estimated Deficiency
REDRapid Excess Disposal
REDRest, Elevation, Direct pressure (bleeding control model for first aid instruction)
REDRegister of Employees Dismissed (Banking Council of South Africa)
References in classic literature ?
Felton approached her, and said, "Lord de Winter, who is a Catholic, like yourself, madame, thinking that the deprivation of the rites and ceremonies of your church might be painful to you, has consented that you should read every day the ordinary of your Mass; and here is a book which contains the ritual.
We read every day more stories about austerity and government funding cuts but I am pleased to say there is high-quality, professional support available for those wanting to start-up in business - and it is free for people living in Coventry, Bedworth and Nuneaton
I read every day players that are linked with Liverpool.
The English language newspapers that I read every day had all run the story, and I reproduce below some of the headlines:
A survey of more than 17,000 young people by the National Literacy Trust last year showed that 39% of girls read every day compared to just 28% of boys.
We read every day of these frauds, costing the taxpayer millions.
We read every day in the media of murders, also of Stacey Ravenall throwing a kitten from an 11th-floor tower block of flats.
Independent bookmaker Frank Irish at the BOS trade fair jj''None of it would have happened if that guy hadn't bitten off my nose" Not a quote you read every day.
The endearing Anton could make this picture book a favourite, to be read every day.
Kinsman, Legislative Assistant to the Speaker, the same prayer is read every day.
Participate in free library summer programs and make time to read every day.
It's so distressing to read every day the harrowing stories and to see pictures of him.