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BDBoard
BDBirthday
BDBig Deal
BDBaud
BDBachelor of Divinity
BDBangladesh (top-level domain name)
BDBermuda
BDBlu-ray Disc
BDBound
BDBase de Datos (Spanish: Database)
BDBlack Diamond
BDBroker Dealer (securities firm)
BDBand (German: Volume [books])
BDBob Dylan (singer)
BDBelly Dance
BDBis in Die (Latin: twice a day)
BDBreak Down
BDBusiness Development
BDBoulevard
BDBipolar Disorder
BDBlock Diagram
BDBass Drum
BDBusiness Day
BDBundle
BDBradford (postcode, United Kingdom)
BDBreaking Dawn
BDBlue Diamond
BDBlack Dog (White-Wolf's game studio)
BDLa Bande Dessinee
BDBoundary
BDBank Draft
BDBlack Dragon (gaming)
BDBack Door
BDBeaver Dam
BDBrain Damage (Pink Floyd song/fanzine)
BDBandes Dessinées (French: Comic Books)
BDBecton Dickinson and Company
BDBirth Defect
BDBearded Dragon
BDBio-Diesel
BDBlood Donation
BDBig Dig (Boston, MA, USA)
BDBlue Devils (drum and bugle corps; Concord, CA)
BDBen Davis (High School)
BDBile Duct
BDBone Dry
BDBritish Midland (IATA airline code)
BDBarrels per Day
BDBob Dole
BDBuilding Department
BDBarndoor
BDBinomial Distribution
BDBlueDragon (computer parsing engine)
BDBluetooth Device
BDBehavior Disorder
BDBreakdance
BDBen Drowned (Creepypasta)
BDBlowdown
BDBomb Disposal
BDBastardidentro (Italian video)
BDBondage & Discipline
BDBinary to Decimal
BDBeedi (Indian cigar)
BDBible Dictionary
BDBody Development (gaming)
BDBehcet's Disease
BDBirth Doula (childbirth)
BDBig Dawg
BDBlack Disciples (gang; Chicago, IL)
BDBaron Davis (NBA Player)
BDBug Detector (electronics)
BDBrought Down
BDBase de Donnée (French: Database)
BDbudget deficit
BDBinary Digit
BDBody Density (body compostion analysis)
BDBills Discounted
BDBaby Dance (trying to get pregnant)
BDButadiene
BDBig Detroit
BDBoondoggle
BDBanda Desenhada (Comic Books)
BDBase Damage
BDBetterdays (band)
BDBig Dummy (cycling; Surly)
BDBroken Dreams
BDBoard Diagnostics
BDBlowing Dust (weather reports)
BDBahraini Dinar (unit of currency)
BDBulk Density
BDBrood War (game)
BDBoot Drive
BDBiological Defense
BDBronchodilator (respiratory airflow)
BDBarrel Distortion (video distortion)
BDBoulder Dash (computer game)
BDBrand Development
BDBirth Dad (adoption)
BDBonner Durchmusterung (astronomy)
BDBritish Midland Airlines (airline IATA code)
BDBirth Daughter
BDBerne Declaration (Switzerland)
BDBilling Domain
BDBaker's Dozen
BDBuffer Descriptor (PowerPC CPM)
BDBuildings Department
BDBroder Daniel (band)
BDBy Direction
BDBrownian Dynamics
BDBinary Discrete
BDBinary Divide
BDBootable Disk
BDBaby's Daddy (denotes a father of a child who is not married to the mother)
BDBrachydactyly
BDBase Deficit (acid-base balance)
BDBranch Davidian (cult)
BDBombardment Division
BDBiomedical Diagnostics
BDBlade Dancer (game Lineage2)
BDBattlefield Distribution
BDBattlefield Digitization
BDButane Diol
BDBinary Dump
BDBaseline Description
BDBurmester-Desmedt
BDBinary Decoder
BDBypass Diode
BDBase-Down Prism (ophthalmology)
BDBio-Daughter
BDBus Director
BDBuried Distribution
BDBase-Line Design
BDBallast Deck (railroad bridges)
BDBeginning Descent
BDBritish Dressage Ltd (UK)
BDBranch Deletion
BDBiennial Declaration
BDBiodiagnóstico SA (Guatemala, private lab)
BDBalcony Drain (plumbing)
BDBachelor of Drama
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ARRIVAL But Johnson left Bute House by the back door
However, on June 20 Andrea's neighbours informed her that their claim had been rejected by the insurers on the basis that the house was under Andrea's care when the break-in happened and the back door was left open.
Do you think someone's going to randomly try the back door, find it unlocked, and come in and steal all our stuff?" I asked.
At first, this looked like another skirmish in technology companies' long-running battle against intelligence agencies' demands that they install "back doors" in their devices.
The Cadelle group uses Backdoor.Cadelspy, while Chafer, uses Backdoor.Remexi and Backdoor.Remexi.B, all of which are capable of opening a back door and stealing information from victims' computers.
"Any back door is a back door for everyone," Cook (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/apple/11984806/Apples-Tim-Cook-declares-the-end-of-the-PC-and-hints-at-new-medical-product.html) told The Telegraph , prior to the Paris attacks.
Police believe thieves smashed their way through a back door at St John's Methodist Church, in Station Avenue, in Fencehouses, before smashing a piggy bank used for church collections.
A HOUSE was burgled after its owner left the back door open to let her cats in and out.
The national carrier operates some of its flights with only one entry- exit point since the back door has been rendered useless due to staff shortage.
It is crucial, then, to see all vendors as a potential back door into your protected information.
The NSA had set up working parties to ensure that each of the main operating systems had a 'back door' accessible to spies for data including users' contact lists, text messages logs and information on geographical locations, news.com.au reports.
Then, they attempted to break through the back door, which turned out to be the wrong back door, belonging to another business.