from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. dal segno
- abbr. data set
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- Douglas Score. (points ranking for deer antlers).
- directeur sportif
- detective sergeant, a police rank used in Commonwealth countries
- Nintendo DS
- directing staff
- disjunctive syllogism
- double strength
Sorry, no etymologies found.
FormatNumber (Number1, DS, TS); thanks Toralf if Number1 contains % DS%
Net visitors will find a lot of useful information on the upcoming revival of the cult jump'n'run game of the 1980's: See what's coming up when Hamburg / Germany-based publisher releases Giana Sisters DS for Nintendo DS® in June 2009
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Playing on their DS is the one of the only times they actually stay still.
Relatedly, Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for the DS is the best game I've played for the DS.
It's interesting to note that the DS is the second biggest seller, and that the PSP outsold the PS3.
Of course, the sales figures prove that the DS is here to stay.
Great thing about the DS is there are games for everybody.
THey have made gamers happy; they have given developers a new toy to work with; the DS is amazing.
But what can you do when the DS is so far up the back end of the Superintendent he can no longer see daylight? on January 31, 2010 at 10: 11 am ExTrafficbiker