2 Duke Blue Devils bid for the top overall seed in the 2013 NCAA Tournament may be in jeopardy.
What does DBD stand for?
DBD stands for Duke Blue Devils (aka the BDs)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 81 other meanings of DBD in our Acronym Attic
- Diamond Book Distributors (Timonium, MD)
- Dielectric Barrier Discharge
- Dinner Business Decline (Olive Garden Italian Restaurant)
- Director for Business Development
- DISA Budget Decision
- Disruptive Behavior Disorder
- Distributed Block Device (Posix Systems)
- DNA binding Domain (nuclear receptors)
- Don't Be Dissin'
- Don't Be Dumb
- Death Before Dishonor 2 (gaming)
- Data Base Design Aid
- David Bailey Design + Advertising
- Dawn Boyfield Design Associates (UK)
- Day by Day Armageddon (zombie fiction)
- Design Basis Depressurization Accident
- Downtown Boone Development Association
- 1,4-Di-T-Butyl-1,4-Diazabutadiene (paramagnetic aluminium)
- Drifting Buoy Data Assembly Center
- DNA Barcode Data Analysis Initiative
Samples in periodicals archive:
The six-foot-four Love, once a forward for the Duke Blue Devils college basketball team, has been a constant feature of Obama's entourage since the president's Senate days.
It began with two brothers hugging, and ended with another brotherly hug, and in between the top-ranked Duke Blue Devils defeated Oregon, 98-71, in Saturday's men's basketball game in the Rose Garden.
Cover | Video Duke Blue Devils on the cover of ESPN The Magazine's "Loud Issue" (Photo: Business Wire) In ESPN The Magazine's back-of-the-book poll, "Scale of 1 to 10," eight athletes weigh in on how they would react to a gay teammate.
It was the second consecutive year Butler lost in the final after losing 61-59 last year to the Duke Blue Devils led the Bulldogs with 13 points and nine boards.
Williams and his teammates will have a major test when they face the Duke Blue Devils tonight.
The Duke Blue Devils are exhibiting the confidence and talent that have made them a Sweet Sixteen team for the past nine years.
Byline: From Register-Guard and news service reports Mike Dunleavy, a graduate of Jesuit High School in Portland, announced Wednesday that he will remain in the NBA draft and forgo his final season with the Duke Blue Devils.