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  • n. Symbol for the decisecond, an SI unit of time equal to 10−1 seconds.


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  • I seem to be acquiring red electronics ... (my ds is red and my portable hd).

    julieandrews: My First E-Reader

  • My ds is already climbing trees (at 2 and a half), straining to get away from the safety of my arms.

    Achtung, Baby | Her Bad Mother

  • Held firmly in its fulness from the beginning, it was yet only gradually set forth in Creeds, Liturgies, and

    A Key to the Knowledge of Church History (Ancient)

  • I still want to know why Democrats keep voting for Senators who, in ds’s words, suffer from “battered wife syndrome.”

    Matthew Yglesias » Ungovernable America

  • My ds was a little jealous of your ds playing golf in the sun! hee hee.

    A taste of Arizona sunshine...

  • We need to add the password-reset privilege to the openssouser dn: cn = openssouser, ou = opensso adminusers, dc = opensso, dc = java, dc = net changetype: modify add: ds-privilege-name ds-privilege-name: password-reset

    Planet Identity

  • Portable media: ign calls ds opera web browser 'unusable' free wifi hotspot locator from technewsworld wondering the open-source firefox browser saw growth slip in july microsoft's internet explorer actually gained ground at the.


  • In the model number, the suffix "ds" stands for dual-screen, which also explains what's new on the unit.

    ChannelWeb Complete Feed

  • 'This document was last updated on \% _evar_\%' if you would enter 'ds' (without the ') in the extra input field, it will replace \% _evar_\% with 3 / 21 / 2009 so the entire replacement string that is sent to your editor will be:

    AutoHotkey Community

  • The ThinkPad W700ds has two screens (the "ds" stands for dual screen).

    Medlogs - Recent stories


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  • Plural of the letter d.

    December 6, 2007

  • Ds. Chemical element symbol for Darmstadtium (also known as Ununnilium).

    November 26, 2007