from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Strategic Defense Initiative
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- Strategic Defense Initiative (US)
- Steel Deck Institute
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After a year of attempts, they hire a lawyer who specializes in SDI, get approved and turn over a big chunk of the money to the attorney.
The star wars SDI is totally worthless and would never be used, even if it could be operational.
But maternity leave is usually created from a variety of benefits that include sick leave, vacation, holiday time, personal days, short-term disability (aka SDI, or STD) and unpaid family leave time.
That wasn't proven when Ronald Reagan said we would do SDI, which is missile defense.
The SDI was an insurance policy to guarantee that the Soviets kept the commitments Gorbachev and I were making at Reykjavik.
The Soviets assumed, since the U.S. had said as much, that the SDI was actually on the negotiating table.
Just like we don't call SDI "starwars" McCain / Palin up 3 in Rasmussen.
In much of Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, sturdy majorities considered the whole thing a U.S. plot or accident, probably a failed attempt to create some kind of SDI defense system.
There's no government system that monitors pollen production, so it's left up to private companies, such as SDI Health, to track pollen.
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