BDR

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AcronymDefinition
BDRBase de Registre (French: Set Registry)
BDRBackup Designated Router (networking)
BDRBackdraft Racing (Boynton Beach, FL)
BDRBus Device Request
BDRBlocking Dynamic Range (receiver signals)
BDRBush Derangement Syndrome (politics)
BDRBattery Discharge Regulator
BDRBridgeport, CT, USA - Sikorsky Memorial (Airport Code)
BDRBudget Data Request
BDRBig Dumb Rocket
BDRBaseline Design Review
BDRBiologie du Développement et Reproduction (French: Developmental Biology and Reproduction)
BDRBusiness Delivery Review (UK)
BDRBulk Dose Regimen
BDRBomb Damage Repair
BDRBayesian Decision Rule
BDRBuild Design Review
BDRBibliothèque Départementale de la Réunion (French library)
BDRBulletin de Remise (French: Bulletin of the Depot)
BDRBone Densitometry Report
BDRBlack Death Racing (gaming clan)
BDRBödabaden Dance Resort (Sweden)
BDRBroken Down Root (dentistry)
BDRBrazilian Depositary Receipt
BDRBack Door Receiving (store loading area)
BDRBill Draft Request
BDRBasic Daily Routine
BDRBusiness Development Research
BDRBlood Donation Record (American Red Cross Biomedical Services)
BDRBangladesh Rifles (military forces in Bangladesh)
BDRBusiness Development Representatives
BDRBackup Disaster Recovery
BDRBusiness Decision Reporting
BDRBattle Damage Repair
BDRBackground Diabetic Retinopathy
BDRBorder
BDRBrentwood Dimes-a-Ride (public transit; California)
BDRBombardier (artillery rank)
BDRBattle Damage Report
BDRBells Don't Ring (telephony)
BDRBest Depth Range
References in periodicals archive ?
They tried to stop a drug smuggler who had brought nearly 800 pounds of marijuana (worth nearly $1 million) across the border from Mexico in his van.
Brad Sherman, D-Sherman Oaks, held up a chart illustrating a slowdown in hiring more Border Patrol agents after Sept.
Minutemen: teams of volunteers, sometimes described as vigilantes, who take it upon themselves to patrol the border in California, Arizona, and Texas.
The border region extends just over 60 miles each way north and south of the boundary line and stretches 2,000 miles from east to west.
Local residents also expressed fear of the vigilante groups that have emerged in tandem with the rapid expansion of Border Patrol activity in this region.
As for the CTA's concern over border infrastructure, Bradley says improvements must be made so that pre-cleared trucks can move quickly through dedicated lanes.
Mexico Border, journalist Miriam Davidson uses the dramatic stories of five people and their families from the two Nogales as a microcosm of border problems.
If the fencing of urban areas in border towns like Nogales and San Diego has made crossing more difficult for the Mexican and Central American migrants who manage to reach the border, it hasn't succeeded in discouraging the migration into the fabled el norte.
In a sense, the world that for centuries had left the border pretty much alone roared in like an occupying army in the globalizing '90s, bringing with it international mafias, the transnational flow of the desperately poor, and booming global trade.
The growing demand for housing in border cities overwhelms the handful of affordable rental homes and apartments.
Acme Packet will demonstrate its standards-based decomposed SBC solution, which includes the Net-Net[R] Session Controller (SC) and Net-Net Border Gateway (BG).
The earlier sections of the legislation appear to mandate a crackdown on illegal immigration, by employing subheads such as "Border Enforcement," "National Strategy for Border Security," "Document Fraud Detection," etc.