from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. electronic data processing
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- electronic data processing
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. automatic data processing by electronic means without the use of tabulating cards or punched tapes
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Many of our EDF authors also have poems published in EDP, so go and have a look for your favourites!
Ed Foss, the local news correspondent for the EDP is doing a feature on blogging so I'm showing him how simple it is.
The chief warns the officer that he could be labeled an "EDP" - an emotionally disturbed person - and hospitalized by force.
I wear the EDP, which is rounder and sweeter, while still retaining a certain sparkle and crispiness.
– the more citrus/herbaceous nature of the EDT comes across quite differently than the EDP, which is what I prefer – the EDP seems very similar to the parfum, and is available as a refillable spray, which was something I had wanted.
Furthermore, according to EER, major utilities such as EDP, Iberdrola, Endesa, E. ON or RWE have already secured financing for their short-term pipelines, while smaller players have been forced to look for partners or to put their growth plans on stand-by.
Today I was trying to get a guy (debtor) to write down "EDP" So I said "Echo Delta Papa" and he goes "PAPA?
According to the EDP, someone called "Nick Starling", who is a "former county councillor" has ruled himself out of being the Lib Dem candidate.
That's not Nick Clegg's point of view as he asked the editor of the EDP to be the libdem candidate!
The EDP reported today that locals in the village in which he owns a house were largely unaware that he lived there, indeed the paper also reported that many people believe he spends me time in his Dorset home than he does in Norfolk.