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Ed.D.

1.
Doctor of Education.
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  • edd offered to go with us as far as he knew the country, which distance was not many miles.

  • edd said if there were any more turkeys they would come down at daylight.

  • Nielsen and edd had not followed far before they heard a hound yelping in pain.

  • edd gave them a tongue-lashing and thrashing at one and the same time.

  • edd said more than one bee-hunter had undertaken to cut down this spruce.

  • Darkness was upon us with the camp-site edd knew of still miles to the fore.

  • But the year before Cato's censorship was 185 not 183, hence some edd.

    Cato Maior de Senectute Marcus Tullius Cicero
  • I sent edd also a .35 Remington, and made Nielsen presents of two guns.

  • Down the long, grassy, cedared aisle I saw edd and Nielsen plodding up.

  • edd said they had as much right to trap as we had to hunt, but that was not the question.

Related Abbreviations for edd

EdD

Latin Educationis Doctor (Doctor of Education)

EDD

1.
English Dialect Dictionary
2.
expected date of delivery
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