RCD

RCD may stand for:

  • Residual-current device in electrical engineering, a 'safety switch' style mechanism to prevent electrocution
  • Radiocarbon dating, a scientific method of dating once-living matter
  • Rassemblement Congolais pour la Démocratie, a rebel group in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • The Royal Canadian Dragoons, a Canadian Forces armoured regiment
  • Rassemblement Constitutionnel Démocratique, a political party in Tunisia
  • Rye Country Day School in New York, United States
  • Rally for Culture and Democracy, a political party in Algeria
  • Rabbit calicivirus, a virus that causes Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease
  • Regional Cooperation for Development, a multi governmental organization of Iran, Pakistan and Turkey
  • Spanish Real Club Deportivo or Catalan: Reial Club Deportiu, various football clubs:
    • RCD Mallorca
    • RCD Espanyol de Barcelona
    • RC Deportivo de La Coruña
  • Rural Cluster Developments, a form of subdivision of residential housing
  • Registered Community Design, an industrial design right that covers the European Community

Other articles related to "rcd":

Forces For Renewal
... originated as a breakaway faction of the rebel Rally for Congolese Democracy (RCD) and was previously known as the RCD-Kisangani-Movement for Liberation ... The RCD-K-ML was accorded 15 seats in the Transitional National Assembly and participated in the Transitional Government headed by Joseph Kabila ... Human Rights Watch has accused RCD-K-ML of conscripting child soldiers ...
List Of Transfers Of La Liga – 2007–08 Season - Summer Window - Osasuna
... Madrid (€2.5m) Walter Pandiani – From RCD Espanyol Out Juanlu – Return to Real Betis Valdo – To RCD Espanyol David López – To Athletic Bilbao Raúl García ...
List Of Foreign La Liga Players - Montenegro
... Branko Brnović – RCD Espanyol – 1994-00 Andrija Delibašić – RCD Mallorca – 2003-05 Ardian Đokaj – RCD Mallorca – 1999-00 Igor Gluščević – CF Extremadura ...
List Of Foreign La Liga Players - Bulgaria
... CA Osasuna – 1991-93 Georgi Dimitrov – RCD Mallorca – 1990-91 Blagoy Georgiev – Alavés – 2005-06 Georgi Iordanov – Sporting de Gijón – 1990-93 Bozhidar Iskrenov ...