FDR (disambiguation)

FDR may refer to:

* Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the 32nd President of the United States
* Franklin Delano Roosevelt Lake, the reservoir created by the Grand Coulee Dam
* Franklin Delano Roosevelt, III (1938-), American economist
* Full Depth Recycling, a process that rebuilds worn out asphalt pavements by recycling the existing roadway
* Family dispute resolution
* fluctuation-dissipation ratio
* False discovery rate, a statistical method for dealing with the multiple comparisons problem
* Finnish Depositary Receipt
* Firearm Discharge Residue, gunshot residue
* First Data Resources, a US financial transaction services company.
* Flight data recorder, a type of flight recorder used to record aircraft and pilot behavior in order to analyze accidents (usually called "black boxes" by the news media)
* FDR resp. FDR2, a software to check formal models expressed in Communicating sequential processes, developed by Formal Systems (Europe) Ltd [http://www.fsel.com]
* FDR Drive (full name: Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive), a highway named for the U.S. president that runs along the East River in Manhattan, New York City
* People's Democratic Front (Indonesia)
* Revolutionary Democratic Front, a political organization in El Salvador formed from a merger between the "Frente Democrático Salvadoreño" and the "Coordinadora Revolucionaria de Masas"
* Rapid Deployment Force ("Fuerza de Despliegue Rápido") of the Argentine Armed Forces
* Franklin Delano Romanowski a character from the television show "Seinfeld"


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