DNES

AcronymDefinition
DNESDiffuse Neuroendocrine System (cells)
DNESDelta North Elementary School (Utah)
DNESDuBose National Energy Services, Inc. (Clinton, NC)
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The presence of DNES cells has been confirmed in many organs [11,13,14].
On the site, people can watch non-stop what's happening in the gorilla pavilion," said Petr Pravda, DNES deputy editor-in-chief.
Last year, the Czech newspaper Mlada Fronta DNES carried a cartoon depicting a group of fleeing refugees intercepted by two guards.
They broke my nose, my side is sore and there's something wrong with my ribs," Ladislav Kratochvil told the DNES daily.
The company also continues to grow its presence in Eastern Europe: besides Izvestia, Multimedia holds the exclusive representation for the Americas of leading newspapers such as Ekonomika i Zhizn from Russia, Nepszabadsag (Hungary), Mlada Fronta DNES (Czech Republic), Gazeta Prawna (Poland), Bursa (Romania), Den (Ukraine), Pravda (Slovakia), Delo (Slovenia), Diena (Latvia), Eesti Paevaleht (Estonia), Dneven Trud (Croatia), Vecherni Minsk (Belarus), and Jutarnji List (Bulgaria).
The sections will be inserted within leading newspapers exclusively represented by Multimedia, according to the following schedule: February 10th - Nepszabadsag (Hungary); February 22nd - Gazeta Prawna (Poland); March 11th - Diena (Latvia); March 23rd - Eesti Paevaleht (Estonia); April 2nd - To Vima (Greece); May 10th - Diario de Noticias (Portugal); May 27th - Mlada Fronta DNES (Czech Republic); June 10th - Delo (Slovenia); August 20th - Hindustan Times (India); September 6th - Bursa (Romania); September 20th - JoongAng Ilbo (South Korea); Oct.
DNES is active in the production and development of explosives and detonator systems.
Among the leading media already signed by Multimedia on an exclusive basis for the United States are the general interest newspapers JoongAng Ilbo, from South Korea; Hindustan Times, from India; Diario de Noticias, from Portugal; Nepszabadsag, from Hungary; Mlada Fronta DNES, from the Czech Republic; Pravda, from Slovakia; and Eesti Paevaleht, from Estonia; as well as the business newspapers Economicheskaya Gazeta, from Russia, and Bursa, from Romania.
10, 1999--Unisys Corporation today announced an agreement to provide Mlada fronta DNES, the largest-circulation daily newspaper in the Czech Republic, with the Unisys Publishing Solutions Hermes, WireCenter and DocCenter for newspaper production and information integration.
group, Mlada fronta DNES is distributed nationwide, with an average daily circulation of 450,000 copies.
Based on client/server technology, the Unisys Publishing Solutions will provide Mlada fronta DNES with a highly integrated and flexible publishing system that will give journalists, editors and production staff better control over the entire production process for the newspaper's 11 regional editions.