DEEP


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AcronymDefinition
DEEPDirect Entry English Program (Australia)
DEEPDyer EEG Evoked Potential
DEEPDistribution Equipment Engineering & Planning (Sprint)
DEEPDedridge Environment Ecology Project
DEEPDesign, Economics, Environmental, Planning
DEEPDolphin Exploration and Education Program (Walt Disney World)
DEEPDeep Earth Energy Production Corp. (Canada)
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exclaimed Hester Prynne, fixing her deep eyes on the minister's, and instinctively exercising a magnetic power over a spirit so shattered and subdued that it could hardly hold itself erect.
His deep chest heaved as with a ground-swell; his tossed arms seemed the warring elements at work; and the thunders that rolled away from off his swarthy brow, and the light leaping from his eye, made all his simple hearers look on him with a quick fear that was strange to them.
It was a deep and satisfying pleasure to see the sun create the new morning, and gradually, patiently, lovingly, clothe it on with splendor after splendor, and glory after glory, till the miracle was complete.
There was no indignation in her voice--only deep regret.
the Towrs of Heav'n are fill'd With Armed watch, that render all access Impregnable; oft on the bordering Deep Encamp thir Legions, or with obscure wing Scout farr and wide into the Realm of night, Scorning surprize.
The undulating common seemed now dark almost to blackness, except where its roadways lay grey and pale under the deep blue sky of the early night.
Fernand closed his eyes, a burning sensation passed across his brow, and he was compelled to support himself by the table to prevent his falling from his chair; but in spite of all his efforts, he could not refrain from uttering a deep groan, which, however, was lost amid the noisy felicitations of the company.
Presently, the regiment seemed to draw itself up and heave a deep breath.
Here they quickly scratched holes in the earth about two feet deep, in which they prostrated themselves, and while thus screened from the shots of the white men, were enabled to make such use of their bows and arrows and fusees, as to repulse their assailants and to effect their retreat.
The snow lay deep, and was slightly frozen on the surface, but not sufficiently to bear their weight.
Perhaps its removal may cause cureless deformity; or it may be the stain goes as deep as life itself.
My wanderings amid such scenes have been many, and far-searching, and often solitary; and the interest with which I have strayed through many a dim, deep valley, or gazed into the reflected Heaven of many a bright lake, has been an interest greatly deepened by the thought that I have strayed and gazed alone.