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DINGDonau-Iller-Nahverkehrsverbund-GmbH (German)
DINGDirect Injection Natural Gas (engines)
DINGDeconvolution-INterpolation Gridding
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Mobile top-up platform Ding has announced that it has launched international recharge across over 30 locations in the Sultanate of Oman, in partnership with Asia Express Exchange.
After the first two frames were shared, Ding won five in a row with the aid of breaks of 67, 93 and 58 before Wilson hit back with runs of 104 and 66 to trail 6-3 heading into the evening session.
Ding may have been a resident of Sheffield for the past decade but it was defending champion Selby who brought the steel to this contest.
Ding, 30, may not yet have won a world title but he is an A-List celebrity back home and watched by TV audiences of more than 100million.
Three months ago Chef Ding brought his 25 years of culinary experience to China Garden.
And Hendry believes that alleviated some of the pressure on Ding, allowing him to play with more freedom which has ultimately paid dividends.
China's Ding then capitalised to pull one back before making a 65 in the next for 3-3.
After losing the opening frame, Chinese player Ding produced a clearance of 120 to level - only for Robertson to make a 140 break to move ahead again.
China's Ding was trailing opponent Mark Davis 5-3 at the Crucible and was at the table on a break of 96 when he inexplicably screwed back for the blue ball instead of playing for the black.
56 Wilson said: "My heart was in my mouth as Ding started coming back at the end - he laid some incredible snookers.
Ding Yun, president of Products and Solutions, will provide insights into market dynamics and customer needs.
Entering the competition as the hot favourite despite being seeded second, Liu mixed agression with some clever attacking play to deny Ding for the third straight time.