American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. active duty
- abbr. air-dried
- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Andorra.
- Latin anno Domini, in the year of our Lord, used to specify numbered years counting from the once estimated birth of Christ in year 1. Usually placed before years (but see notes), and always placed after centuries. Often written in small caps. This year is AD 2013.
- assistant director.
- military air defence or air defense
- US, Navy Auxiliary Destroyer - a naval tender, a destroyer tender that tends to destroyers
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“They’d already spectacularly mismanaged a TV ad campaign for 2000 AD before I arrived on the scene.”
“This AD is awful as she is not attacking McCain but her own party ….”
“Later in the series of interviews, Rochefort told Commander Kitchen that in 1941 he and his staff were assigned “a basic responsibility of solving the Japanese naval system which we called AD” see ROH, p.”
“With this blog post I want to start the series which I call "AD RMS Under the Hood" where I'm going to explain you how AD RMS really works behind the scene.”
“AD is very helpful because it reduces the likelihood that an author will react heatedly when he gets tough advice.”
“I can just see the same post being written in AD 300 about dividing the Ostrogoths, Visigoths and Vandals.”
“If one on wants to argue that Christianity is a peaceful religion, one must ignore all of history after the First Council of Nicea in AD 325.”
“That might be arguably true, if everything in history before about 1750 AD is flushed down the memory hole.”
“Win AD, as the service is called, is sold only to athletics departments.”
Looking for tweets for AD.