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  • n. Plural form of SDG.

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  • The issue of how to create appropriate PDGs/SDGs is grammar [25].

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  • The homology of the sex-determining gene (SDG) in medaka to Dmrt1 suggested that SDGs evolve from downstream genes by gene duplication.

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  • The concept of food security in Saarc is a natural corollary to the well recognised Saarc Development Goals (SDGs).

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  • SDGs have been suitably adapted from the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to the region's need.

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  • However, one can think of SDGs as a class The PLDI 88 paper pointed out a correspondence between the call of program representations: to represent programs in different pro - structure of a program and a context-free grammar, and between gramming languages, one uses different variants of PDGs contain - the intraprocedural transitive dependences among a PDG's param - ing nodes and edges that capture the features and constructs of the eter nodes and the dependences among attributes in an attribute language.

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