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FDR

(1) (Flight Data Recorder) See black box.

(2) (Fourteen Data Rate) See InfiniBand.
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Missing from the original design, however, was any depiction of FDR in his wheelchair.
FDR died in 1945, before the end of the war and before America's enemies had --.
FDR didn't want a memorial to be built to honor him.
DTF is a performance verification and preventative maintenance tool using FDR techniques that precisely identifies signal path degradation for transmission lines.
In addition, the FDR period did, for a brief period, provide health care coverage that not only provided access but provided it in an innovative manner.
Documents from any federal or state agency, legislature or court are available through the FDR Information Centers, which provide specialized expertise in a wide variety of business, legal and financial research.
The SX6000 line of FDR 56Gb/s InfiniBand switches support a superior scalable platform that scales as the number of nodes per cluster and the number of cores per node increases.
However, while, at the tender age of 15 to 18, when FDR argued, indeed, in Groton school debates against the annexations of Hawaii and the Philippines, these positions were, irrespective of their learned eloquence, assigned debating positions, not to be confused with FDR's own personal convictions.
Both the FDR Underbone King Championship Series and the 2014 FDR Philippine Scooter Racing Championship Series were held as part of the 2014 Motorsports Championship Season.
Stanton Evans underscores, highlights, and applauds this contribution to the work of discovery presently pursued in this new era of FDR historiography.
From truly humble beginnings, FDR has maintained its singular commitment to save as much money as possible for each client who turns to the company for debt relief.
Visiting with men who had lost arms or legs in the war, FDR made a rare public appearance in his wheelchair.