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  • n. a type of giant elliptical galaxy


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  • The toast to the Canadian Armed Forces will be proposed by Colonel Harry Tye, cD, a former commander of the Governor General's Horse Guards, a churchman, a successful businessman, a past president of the Fort York Branch and the president of the Royal Canadian Military Institute.

    Dinner in Honour of The Lieutenant Governor of Ontario The Honourable Pauline McGibbon

  • The drag coefficient for the new Mazda Premacy is just 0.3 cD.

    SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator

  • If his outfit will be shaped to approximate a low cD body so much the better. - most clicked links

  • There's a spike in the speed/drag curve that's greater or lesser depending on the drag characteristics (coefficient of drag of cD). - most clicked links

  • My beef with Chevy is that the concept actually had a .43 cD, and the production Volt is still only a .275 cD or thereabouts.

    Autoblog Green

  • It sure was an awesome break from the Pong game at home.; cD

    Boing Boing

  • The EBM / industrial pioneers from Duesseldorf (D) had already some experience with the earlier released album "The Final Remixes" (including remixes from Clawfinger, Revolting Cocks, The Sisters Of Mercy, ...) and the before released "Remix-Wars" cd (with Frontline Assembly).

    Side-Line news feed

  • The triangular form of the previous car continues, though the roofline has been modified to increase rear headroom and improve aerodynamics, which are rated at a scant .25 cD.


  • I was still so fumed I needed to calm myself so I pulled over at the nearest Antique Mall off the interstate.: cD It worked!

    Quiltville's Quips & Snips!!

  • The car has a drag coefficient of 0.29 cD and despite the huge smiley front grille, Mazda claims its actually 20\% smaller to minimize the mount of airflow into the engine bay to only the amount needed for intake and cooling purposes - this improves aerodynamics.

    Paul Tan's Raves and Rants on the Automotive Industry


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