Definition of pdf
: a computer file format for the transmission of a multimedia document that is not intended to be edited further and appears unaltered in most computer environments; also : a document that uses this format
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Critics of the Black Lives Matter movement believe this despite data from police departments in New York, Kansas City and San Francisco (pdf) showing that cops are more likely to stop black citizens.
The first quarter of 2017 has seen an 86% increase in anti-Semitic events across the country from the same time in 2016, according to the ADL's annual Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents (PDF).
The New Dad: The Career-Caregiving Conflict (Boston College Center for Work & Family) (pdf)
See a pdf map of the course on the event’s website.
The U.S. Forest Service has more information about the pests in this PDF: Giant Conifer Aphids • Small red to brown pavement ants, field ants and large black ants are everywhere this season, some of them have wings.
The report, called Advanced Energy and U.S. National Security [pdf], is the seventh analysis put out in 10 years by the nonprofit research group’s advisory board. Initiated in 2015,
From 1993 to 2010 thermal expansion added an average of 1.1 millimeters of sea level rise per year, according to the International Panel on Climate Change Fifth Assessment Report (pdf).
The internet is awash with all sorts of unique recipes to try, and this water bottle comes with a PDF recipe book to help you get started.
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Origin and Etymology of pdf
portable document format
First Known Use: 1992See Words from the same year
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