East Bay fitness professional Anna Dornier calls it "a truly amazing way to build and tone lean muscle, gain flexibility, and increase strength for real-life applications.
What does DO stand for?
DO stands for Dornier (German aircraft manufacturer)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of DO
We have 29 other meanings of DO in our Acronym Attic
- Division Operator
- Divisional Officer
- Doctor of Obstetrics
- Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
- Doctor of Osteopathy
- Doctor of Otolaryngology
- Dominican Republic
- Dommages Ouvrage (French: Work Damage)
- Donk Out (poker)
Samples in periodicals archive:
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Company Watch) Sep 5, 2010 An initial search proved unfruitful for the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder of a Dornier 228 turboprop that crashed in central Nepal on 24 August, killing all 14 people on board, including six foreigners.
The twin-engined Dornier 17 first emerged from Goodwin Sands, a 10-mile long sandbank off the coast of Deal, Kent, two years ago, a spokeswoman for the Royal Air Force (RAF) Museum said.
Mar 24, 2008 Cirrus Airlines, Dornier Cirrus Airlines Dornier 328 overran the runway at Mannheim City Airport and crashed into an earthen barrier, causing significant damage to the left wing and engine.
A sometimes nerve-tingling tale of the history and glory of the Dornier Wal (whale) amphibious aircraft, or flying boat as they were called, covering its roles in the North Pole (and many other) expeditions, passenger service, pioneering flights, world record achievements and World War II Dutch naval fleet surveillance duty.
Dornier MedTech America has unveiled the new Medilas D LiteBeam+.
The Dornier 18 flying boat was attacked by fighters on October 17, 1939, about 30 miles off Amble and was forced down next to the destroyer HMS Juno, who took the air crew prisoner.
Sgt Ray Holmes (below) saved the palace when a German Dornier bomber lined up to attack it on September 15, 1940.