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- abbr. data management
- abbr. deutsche mark
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- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Dominica.
- abbr. Abbreviation of Dimensional modeling.
- abbr. De Morgan’s law
- abbr. The Deutsche Mark, former German currency now replaced by the Euro.
- abbr. dry matter
- abbr. adamsite, diphenylaminechlorarsine
- abbr. dextromethorphan
- abbr. driving motor car
- abbr. Dungeon Master
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Respondents were divided into five groups according to their medical history: participants with hypertension (RR), hypertension and cardiovascular comorbidities (RR+), diabetes mellitus (DM), diabetes and cardiovascular comorbidities (DM+) and participants free of these conditions (healthy individuals, HI).
I don't actually like the term DM or agree with it by the way as it implies that there are fixed rules and commandments like the famous Ten.
I got a DM from a friend who lives nearby and she offered to nurse Ivy if I needed her to.
I am feeling this much more acutely now that DM is deployed.
DM is and oddly kind and elegaic book, and it also largely takes place in Madison, where Wiscon occurs, and therefore the source of a lot of delight at recognizing locales.
Do you seriously not see the blatant hypocrisy at work here, when you come from a position so mired in DM entitlement, a problem every bit as dire as player entitlement and more?
Mike Gene has laid out his FLE hypothesis in DM, and I've previously suggested that the front-loading engineer utilised probabilistic design.
Mike Gene's point in the DM is that ID should use a historical approach, one of my complaints was that a historical approach, as you point out, is subject to interpretation.
You can use multiple infamy points in collaboration with the DM to add/change larger story elements, though the DM is usually up for interesting suggestions without spending points …
Of course, it could be that the dice or story did say so, but your job as a DM is to build out behind that.