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DR, Dr or dr may refer to:
- Doctor (title), a person who has obtained a doctoral degree.
- DR Handmade Strings, a manufacturer of guitar strings
- DR (broadcaster), a Danish government-owned radio and television public broadcasting company.
- D/R or Design Research, a retail lifestyle store chain (1953–1978)
- DR Motor Company, an Italian automobile company
- Deutsche Reichsbahn (East Germany), former German railway company
- Digital Research, a defunct software company
- Duane Reade, a New York pharmacy chain
- Dominican Republic, a country on the eastern portion of the Caribbean island of Hispaniola
- Dadar railway station, Mumbai, India (Central railway station code)
- Death row, a place, often a section of a prison, that houses prisoners awaiting execution.
Science and technology
- Dead reckoning, the process of estimating a global position
- Demand response, a method of managing consumer consumption of electricity
- Designated Router, a concept used in routing protocol OSPF
- Design rationale, an explicit documentation of the reasons behind decisions made when designing a system or artifact
- Digital radiography, a form of x-ray imaging, where digital X-ray sensors are used instead of traditional photographic film
- Dram, a unit of mass and volume
- Dynamic range, the ratio between the largest and smallest possible values of a changeable quantity, such as in sound and light
- Dose–response relationship, describes the change in effect on an organism caused by differing levels of exposure
- Dalereckoning, a fictional numbering of years in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting of the Dungeons & Dragons game
- Democratic Republic, designating a country that is both a democracy and a republic
- Derealization, an alteration in the perception of the external world such that it seems unreal
- Diário da República, the official gazette of the government of Portugal
- Douay–Rheims Bible, a translation of the Christian Bible
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