DEARS


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AcronymDefinition
DEARSDistance Education Aptitude and Readiness Scale (self-assessment)
DEARSDetroit Exposure Aerosol Research Study (US Environmental Protection Agency)
DEARSDisney Emergency Amateur Radio Service (Anaheim, CA and Orlando, FL)
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Pickwick, my dear Sir, excuse me-- I shall be happy to receive any private suggestions of yours, as AMICUS CURIAE, but you must see the impropriety of your interfering with my conduct in this case, with such an AD CAPTANDUM argument as the offer of half a guinea.
Louisa, my dear, you are the subject of a proposal of marriage that has been made to me.
I was just going to invite you to come here, to supper, my dear Ribby, to eat something MOST DELICIOUS.
Yes, I am aware they ought to be, my dear,' rejoined her father,
Three or five, 'tis all the same to me, my dear monsieur; and I know that you will make them most exquisitely.
Oh, well, it may be a superstition or it may not, doctor, dear.
I am deeply obliged to you--most deeply obliged to you-- for your interest in his behalf; but my dear ma'am, it is a mistaken one, I do assure you.
Woodhouse declined cards entirely for the sake of comfortable talk with his dear Isabella, and the little party made two natural divisions; on one side he and his daughter; on the other the two Mr.
I have not referred to this out of curiosity, my dear sir, but for greater reasons.
I made,' he said, turning the leaves: 'I made a guiding memorandum or so--as I usually do, for I have no conversational powers whatever--to which I will, with your permission, my dear, refer.
Quite so, my dear,' assented Fanny, as she dried her eyes.
So we got a hackney-cab, and put a chair in it, and just round the corner they lifted me out of the cab and into the chair, and carried me here that I might see my dear friend in his own establishment