However, Kris Humphries insists that he's '100 percent sure' he did not give her any venereal disease.
What does VD stand for?
VD stands for Venereal Disease
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 18 other meanings of VD in our Acronym Attic
- Valvular Disease
- Vampire Diaries (TV show)
- Van Dam Specialized Canadian Revenues Catalog (philatelic catalog)
- Vapor Density
- Variability-Distortion (curve)
- Various Dates
- Vascular Dementia
- Vaud (Waadt; Swiss Canton)
- Veak and Dizzy (emergency room non-urgent complaint)
- Vehicle Detail
Samples in periodicals archive:
A bioethics after revelations last year that 1,300 people were exposed to venereal disease last year was engaged in 55,000 research projects around the world involving human subjects, mostly for health and medical purposes.
The 1973 version stated that “such applicant is not feebleminded, an imbecile, insane, a common drunkard, or afflicted with pulmonary tuberculosis in its advanced states: Provided, that in addition the affidavit of the male applicant for such marriage license shall show that such male is not afflicted with any contagious venereal disease.
We learn that in 1911 California became the first state to require physicians to report cases of venereal disease and that, to assure confidentiality, reporting was done by number rather than by name.
Illegitimate births are at an all-time high in America, venereal diseases rages at epidemic proportions throughout much of America, and all this in the face of the latest in contraceptives and antibiotics," he said.
What we discovered was that not even the costly effects of escalating rates of venereal disease amongst military men and the public embarrassment caused by the open trade in sex in the colony's main towns, could trump the racist ideologies that undergirded the government's continued unwillingness to crackdown on prostitution.
Patent Medicine Salesmen Redux While the companies make claims based on slightly different scientific principles, I cannot help thinking that they are modern versions of yesteryear's traveling salesmen, peddling aphrodisiacs, pick-me-ups, and cures for venereal diseases and sexual dysfunction.
Laid up to recover from a toxic treatment for a venereal disease, McKay produced the previously unpublished Baudelaire-inflected cluster he titled "The Clinic" around 1923.