American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. dead reckoning
- abbr. dining room
“DR is still in deveopment and will have lots of more power in the future, though it is quite stable and powerfull now.”
“Uganda's government said the joint offensive had destroyed some 70% of the LRA camps in DR Congo.”
“Steve: according to an article, DR is going to stay the same for the time being.”
“So for example, right now, both Jamie and Desiree look likely to make sentinel in DR - Lucas doesn't only have to choose one if both are suitable.”
“Does he seriously think the DR is free of poverty just because it has some resorts?”
“The DR is 2nd behind Thailand in child prostitution.”
“The head of Caritas in DR Congo told the BBC some 20,000 people had fled to the mountains from the rebels, who have denied carrying out the attacks.”
“Sending BIG HUGS and positive vibes your way … * fingers crossed* that DR is being overly cautious.”
“The hand-painted signs were protesting against developments in DR Congo.”
“There is a serious madness abroad – both literally and figuratively – not least in DR Congo, where the high farce descends into low tragedy, the second round of the national elections breaking down into all-too-predictable violence.”
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