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FDR

abbreviation for
(Biography) Franklin Delano Roosevelt
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Noun1.FDR - 32nd President of the United StatesFDR - 32nd President of the United States; elected four times; instituted New Deal to counter the Great Depression and led country during World War II (1882-1945)
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FDR

(Aviat) abbr of flight-data recorderFlug(daten)schreiber m
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FDR was a Democrat and a liberal, remembered for his New Deal, involving heavy government intervention in the economy.
The author's chief innovation is to pair new information about FDR's declining physical condition with traditional diplomatic accounts of the Yalta summit to provide fresh perspective on the high-level talks that led to the creation of the United Nations Organization, whose founding conference opened just days after Roosevelt's death on 12 April 1945.
FDR of Bombardier Challenger 604 private jet owned by Turkish group Basaran Holding was found in Mount Helen in the Western province of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari by the team of experts from CAO, Director for Public Relations of CAO Reza Jafarzadeh said on Thursday evening.
IN THE SIMPLE FAITH of Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Religion's Role in the FDR Presidency, Christine Wicker's intent is pretty clear-cut.
FDR to Spur no-2 of New Segregating Embankment on the right bank of river Teesta in PS &Dist-Jalpaiguri.
Rather than argue with the diagnosis at the height of the Depression, FDR and his advisers brought together a team of experts called "the Brain Trust" to prepare solutions to the economic crisis.
The problems just noted can be addressed by controlling FDR when analyzing the results of multiple hypothesis tests.
- Japanese imaging company Fujifilm Holdings Corp's US-based Fujifilm Medical Systems USA., Inc diagnostic imaging products and medical informatics solutions unit has received 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration for the marketing of its FDR Visionary Suite digital radiography product, the company said.
McNutt and the Age of FDR, the author brings from out of the shadows one of the most prominent American politicians of the 1930s.
He briefly surveys the biographies of FDR written by historians, journalists, associates, and relatives.
Hamby's comprehensive biography of FDR recognizes how central the earlier progressive movement is to explaining Roosevelt's political career.
David Kaiser's No End Save Victory stands out as the best of several books published in 2014 that examine FDR's leadership during the interlude between the fall of France and the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941.