Acronyms that contain the term d'orsay, count

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We've found a total of 176 shorthands for d'orsay, count:

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CBC

Complete Blood Count

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CBC

Complete Blood Count

Medical » Physiology

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CSB

Count Sub-Block

Computing » Networking

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FBC

Full Blood Count

Medical » Oncology

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FBC

Full Blood Count

Medical » Physiology

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DIFF

Differential Blood Count

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TNTC

Too Numerous To Count

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USCV

U.S. Count Votes

Community » Non-Profit Organizations

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PJC

Pointer Justification Count

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ECKD

Extended Count Key Data

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TMTC

Too Many To Count

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CZI

Count Zero Interrupt

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FECC-F

Forward Error Correction Count - Fast data

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FECC-I

Forward Error Correction Count - Interleaved data

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FEBE-I

Far End Block Error count - Interleaved data

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FEBE-F

Far End Block Error count - Fast data

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COMPLETE

Count On Making People Lives Easier To Enjoy

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WCNT

Working Count

Academic & Science » Mathematics

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CBC

Complete Blood Count

Governmental » NASA

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CBC

Complete Blood Count

Governmental » FDA

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TNTC

Too Numerous To Count

Governmental » FDA

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WBC

White Blood Cell count

Medical » Oncology

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WBC

White Blood Cell count

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TVC

Total Viable Count

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SLAC

Shipper’s Load And Count

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What does d'orsay, count mean?

D'Orsay, Count
a man of fashion, born in Paris; entered the French army; forsook it for the society of Lord and Lady Blessington; married Lady B.'s daughter by a former marriage; came to England with her ladyship on her husband's death; started a joint establishment in London, which became a rendezvous for all the literary people and artists about town; was "Phoebus Apollo of Dandyism"; paid homage to Carlyle at Chelsea one day in 1839; "came whirling hither in a chariot that struck all Chelsea into mute amazement with splendour," says Carlyle, who thus describes him, "a tall fellow of six feet three, built like a tower, with floods of dark auburn hair, with a beauty, with an adornment unsurpassable on this planet: withal a rather substantial fellow at bottom, by no means without insight, without fun, and a sort of rough sarcasm, rather striking out of such a porcelain figure"; having shown kindness to Louis Napoleon when in London, the Prince did not forget him, and after the coup d'état appointed him to a well-salaried post, but he did not live to enjoy it (1798-1852).

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