from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. rural free delivery
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- Rural Free Delivery, the U.S. postal system to rural areas that was started in the Great Depression.
- Usenet request for discussion, a formal process for making changes.
- Radio frequency device.
- The IATA airport code for Northwest Chicagoland International Airport at Rockford.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. free government delivery of mail in outlying country areas
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Back on the radio in New York, and on a small cable outfit called RFD, seven months after being fired for his racial slur against the Rutgers women's basketball team.
He is now in the company of Crook and Chase on RFD, that is to say, has-been.
KURTZ: But, of course, he is on a small cable channel called RFD, as opposed to MSNBC.
One of RFD's biggest hits is a Larry King Live copy called RFD TV Live.
When I lived in Barra de Navidad in the 1970's they had a switchboard right out of Mayberry, RFD.
Then again, the whole Portland commission form of government, with its revolving cast of Sim City bureau assignments among politicians with little relevant expertise, is straight out of Mayberry RFD.
Josh Alexander, a manager at RFD in Gallery Place, said he expected his establishment would also bring in more security personnel.
Imus comes to Fox Business from the little-known and little-watched RFD-TV, his television home following his high-profile firing from MSNBC and CBS radio in 2007 for referring to the Rutgers
Regarding the difference between Fox Business Network and RFD-TV, which previously simulcast his show, Imus told Kurtz, "It's the difference between being on television and being on an Etch A Sketch."
He was allowed back 'in,' albeit by the Citadel radio company and simulcast on RFD-TV.