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AcronymDefinition
VDVenereal Disease
VDVaud (Waadt; Swiss Canton)
VDVampire Diaries (TV show)
VDValentine's Day
VDVaginal Discharge
VDVascular Dementia
VDVoid
VDValvular Disease
VDVoluntary Disclosure (trade)
VDVapor Density
VDVerkställande Direktör
VDVertical Deflection
VDVolunteer (Officers') Decoration
VDVery Difficult (rock climbing grade)
VDVertical Distance (airdrop computations)
VDVenn Diagram
VDVentral Dorsal (radiography)
VDVertical Descent
VDVoltage Drop
VDVenus Doom (music album)
VDValue Date
VDVolume of Distribution
VDVarious Dates
VDPhysiologic Dead Space
VDVeterinary Doctor
VDVideo Disc
VDVirtual Directory
VDVeterans Day (holiday)
VDVoodoo Doll
VDVulvodynia
VDVehicle Detail
VDVon Dutch
VDVoluntary Departure (US immigration law)
VDVisual Designer (for PowerBasic)
VDValue Drugs
VDVentriculo Derecho (Spanish: Right Ventricle)
VDVice-Dean
VDVom Dienst (German: in charge)
VDVote Democratic
VDPhotographic Squadron (US Navy Aviation unit designation used from 1943 to 1946)
VDVolume Damper (HVAC drawings)
VDVlade Divac (basketball player)
VDViolent Delight (band)
VDVariability-Distortion (curve)
VDHeading to a DME Distance
VDVeak and Dizzy (emergency room non-urgent complaint)
VDViterbi Detector
VDVisite Décennale (French: Defects Visit; nuclear power plant outage)
VDVir Devotus (Latin: Devout Man, epigraphy)
VDVivens Dedit (Latin: He Gave When Alive, epigraphy)
VDVoroni Diagram
VDVirgins In Denial (band)
VDVan Dam Specialized Canadian Revenues Catalog (philatelic catalog)
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I still confess if someone says they vote democratic, and own guns, I can't quite get my head around that.
Parliament was likely to vote Democratic Party leader Yukio Hatoyama in as prime minister in about two weeks, a party official told reporters.
Put together the tendency of the more religious to vote Republican and the less religious to vote Democratic, and you've got the most salient divide in American politics--a religion gap (or more popularly, a "God Gap") wider than the well-known gender gap ever was.
Unable to vote Socialist and unwilling to vote Democratic, their first recourse was to vote for the one remaining alternative, the Republicans.
On PoliticsUSA TodayBy Jill Lawrence Lawrence reports that USA Today religion writer Cathy Grossman alerts us to the annual survey by the American Jewish Committee which finds that as is traditional, American Jewish voters will likely vote Democratic in the November election (approximately 57%-30%).
The Democrats knew that statistics consistently show that such laws disproportionately affect those who are likely to vote Democratic.
Despite the fact that McCain acknowledges global warming, most environmentalists are still likely to vote Democratic next November.
But because both states are significant swing states (meaning they sometimes vote Democratic and sometimes vote Republican), the party is trying to come up with a compromise to allow the states to be represented in some fashion at the convention.
Secondly, the suggestion that Republicans might be courting American Jewish voters is utter fantasy, nothing more, as even Karl Rove knows that over 80% of American Jews vote Democratic.
In surveys conducted at polling places, three out of four voters said corruption and scandalous behaviour in Congress made them more likely to vote Democratic.
In the national election two years ago, the message certainly seemed to circulate widely that a conscientious Catholic couldn't vote Democratic.