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What does BFD stand for?
BFD stands for Boston Fire Department
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- Blood Fire Death (record label)
- Bloomington Fire Department (Indiana)
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- Bradford West Yorkshire (UK)
- Bradford, PA, USA - Bradford Regional (Airport Code)
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- Brasstown Fire Department (Brasstown, NC)
- Breakfast for Dinner
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- Brew Free or Die (homebrew club; New Hampshire)
- Bridge Forward Delay
- Brockport Fire Department (Monroe County, NY)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It just drove home for firefighters everywhere that when you work a shift, you just never know if you are going to come back," said Steve MacDonald, Boston Fire Department spokesman.
Charles Mackay, Life and Liberty in America, 1850 --Joseph Fleming Deputy chief Boston Fire Department
Pyron fiber-containing products have been demonstrated to pass California's Test Bulletin (TB) 19, National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 267 and Boston Fire Department (BFD) XI-XI standards in various mattress constructions.
Retired now and living in Georgia with a firefighter's deep memory of other difficult and tragic moments, the former district chief of the Boston Fire Department said the Worcester warehouse fire was one of the most significant moments of his 32-year career.