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- abbr. Delaware
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- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Germany.
- abbr. Delaware, a state of the United States of America.
- abbr. : desktop environment
- abbr. Diatomaceous earth
- abbr. destroyer escort, a type of warship of the destroyer subtype, also called frigate
SOMMERVOGEL, Bibli. de le comp. de Jesus, VIII (Brussels, 1896); DE
Titan Exhaust: El ingenioso gato de aire que opera con los gases de escape Option Update: Volatility flat for heavy earth movers; CAT, DE, TEX ...
In 1850 there appeared at Paris a small book by M.A. Javary, with the title DE L'IDEE DU PROGRES.
For instance, with the DE is your character made of it or do they simply channel it.
-- Alan's Thesis is upon the title DE PERICULO ET COMMODO REI
But DE is a major question, and incoming five-star freshman William Gholston may be a key factor immediately.
Whether the bankruptcy hearings underway in DE will provide sufficient transparency remains to be known.
As revelations emerge from the bankruptcy proceedings underway in DE, it should become clear that rather than being lionized as a hero of the financial system -- by Goldman Sachs fratboy and certifiable clown Cramer, for example -- she really did foster a great deal of damage.
I just watched Jared Allen (DE from the Vikings) kill a bull elk with a spear, on TV.
Some key losses must be overcome on defense, where the Buffs feature a solid pass rusher in DE Marquez Herrod and a lockdown pass defender in CB Jalil Brown.