from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. police department
- abbr. postal district
- abbr. potential difference
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- police department
- Phase detector.
- Progressive Democrats, a political party.
- Public domain.
- peritoneal dialysis
- abbr. : Period (full stop) punctuation mark, used in communication systems without punctuation (e.g., telegrams).
Sorry, no etymologies found.
As beat as I am, knowing the PD is much closer than where I was intending to set up camp, that sounds pretty good to me.
My problem with the winery in the WSJ piece or many of the “social media” wineries in our local Sonoma County PD is that these examples just lead to copycat brands who just post link after link or go after many followers without having an actual connection.
Cambridge PD is just trying to cover their heinies.
Are we to assume that the Baltimore PD is open for personal requests such as this to any and all citizens they are responsible for in the greater Baltimore community?
PD is my favorite, but peanuts are also great in Big Red.
Tustin PD [police department] has been on the case and now the FBI is involved as well.
PD is happy with my drafting of the Business Requirements from the work I came in to do on Saturday, so I'm hapyp about that - it needed more detail and some technical names of software and technology but overall I'm pleased with the odd learning process I've been thrust into.
PD is usually your typical football loving, beer drinking blokey guy (so the opposite of the kind of guy I usually get along with), and yet this gesture is genuine on his part, and deeply appreciated on mine.
I got to my destination, I called the PD and they were going to check it out.
My car was broken into and when I called the PD, I was asked if "I wanted an officer to respond"?