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What does DD stand for?

DD stands for Devil Dog

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She wishes she was a real witch in order to seek revenge on the community which has shunned her and her wish is granted with the appearance of a devil dog.
TV star Paul O'Grady has become patron of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club to try to help rid the breed of its devil dog reputation.
The up-and-coming Devil Dogs could make noise if they muzzle the Airedales on the road.
Devil Dog doesn't purport to be comprehensive, but it is an appropriate treatment for a man whose life appears to have been ripped right out of pulp fiction.
Compared to modern devil dogs, the Alsatian became a cuddly old threat - about as fearsome as your grandad waving his unloaded Enfield rifle at some louts trampling his begonias.
Scents, all of which are for men, include Stealth (Air Force), a blend of marine and ozonic accords accented by citrus and warm musk; Liberty (Navy), billed as a platform of aquatic notes and with supporting accords of cucumber, aloe, melon, moss and musks; Patton (Army), a scent in which nutty coconut peeks out from behind a citrus opening of bergamot and lime and evolves into a sweetly woody finish with cedar, sage and hints of tonka bean; Devil Dog (Marines), which marries the rich, earthiness of agarwood, sandalwood and cedar with the juicy coolness of citrus and chilly mint accords; and Riptide (Coast Guard), a blend of citrus, herbals, woody accords and a hint of spice.