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BDGBuilding (usually seen as BLDG)
BDGBudget
BDGBinding
BDGBusiness Development Group
BDGBundaberg (Queensland, Australia)
BDGBandag, Inc. (stock symbol; Muscatine, IA)
BDGBanque de Dépots et de Gestion (French; Swiss bank)
BDGBlanding, Utah (airport code)
BDGBlagues de Geek (French: Geek Jokes; website)
BDGBatten's Disease Gene
BDGBiological Diversity of the Guiana Shield (Smithsonian Institute)
BDGBuilding Diagnostics Group (Atlanta, GA)
BDGBenefit Development Group (Providence, RI)
BDGBremer Design GmbH (Germany)
BDGBen Davis Giants (high school team)
BDGBroadband Data Gateway
BDGBig Dopey Grin
BDGBiodiversity-Gram (biology)
References in classic literature ?
What a difficult undertaking is the rehabilitation of the Civil Service while the liberal cries aloud in his newspapers that the salaries of clerks are a standing theft, calls the items of the budget a cluster of leeches, and every year demands why the nation should be saddled with a thousand millions of taxes.
It is difficult to recount in detail, chapter by chapter, a plan which embraced the whole budget and continued down through the minutest details of administration in order to keep the whole synthetical; but perhaps a slight sketch of the principal reforms will suffice for those who understand such matters, as well as for those who are wholly ignorant of the administrative system.
Taking the sum of twelve thousand francs a year for each official as an average, he estimated seven millions as the cost of the whole body of such officials, which actually stood at twenty in the budget.
In fact the budget is not a strong-box to hold what is put into it, but a watering-pot; the more it takes in and the more it pours out the better for the prosperity of the country.
Rabourdin had long studied the budget under its double-aspect of ways and means and of expenditure.
Nioche appeared preoccupied, and left his budget of anecdotes unopened; he took a great deal of snuff, and sent certain oblique, appealing glances toward his stalwart pupil.
The stories of Brouwer, of Bones, and a whole budget of others were called to mind; and when they had diligently considered them all, and compared them with the symptoms of the present case, they shook their heads, and came to the conclusion chat Ichabod had been carried off by the Galloping Hessian.
I think this Budget is the greatest thing in English history.
The messenger was a chatty soul and loved a bit of gossip dearly; besides, the pot of ale warmed his heart; so that, settling himself in an easy corner of the inn bench, while the host leaned upon the doorway and the hostess stood with her hands beneath her apron, he unfolded his budget of news with great comfort.
I can't tell you all about it now, for there's Matilda, I see, in the park, and I must go and open my budget to her.
Wilson was more brilliant than ever, with her budgets of fresh news and old scandal, strung together with trivial questions and remarks, and oft-repeated observations, uttered apparently for the sole purpose of denying a moment's rest to her inexhaustible organs of speech.