DIL

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AcronymDefinition
DILDaughter-In-Law
DILDeed-in-Lieu (finance)
DILDilute
DILDual In-Line (integrated circuits)
DILDilate
DILDigital Image Library
DILDigital Impairment Learning (modems)
DILDirect Inward Line
DILDigital Integration Laboratory (Army Software Engineering Center)
DILDerived Intervention Levels
DILDeliverable Items List
DILDigital Integrated Laboratory
DILDichiarazione di Inizio Lavori (Italian: Declaration of the Start of Work)
DILDielectric Image Line
DILDépartement d'Informatique de Luminy
DILDigital Information Laboratory
DILDaily Instruction Logs
DILDrainable Interstitial Liquid
DILDilan Interactive Learning (free tech training downloads and printouts)
DILDisconnected, Interrupted, and Low-bandwidth
DILDirector of International Logistics
DILData Interchange Language
DILDeferred Item List
DILDisplayed Impact Line (US Air Force; fighter plane guide)
DILDirect Industrial License (India)
DILDear Investigator Letter (healthcare)
DILDifferential Insertion Loss (optical systems)
DILDiagnostics Immobiliers Lyonnais (French: Lyon Real Estate Diagnostics)
DILDistribution Idéale Libre (French: Ideal Free Distribution; ecology)
DILDivision de l'Intendance et de la Logistique (French: Division of Stewardship and Logistics)
DILDangerous Illness List
References in classic literature ?
She could not greatly influence her daughter-in-law against me, because, between that lady and herself there was a mutual dislike--chiefly shown by her in secret detractions and calumniations; by the other, in an excess of frigid formality in her demeanour; and no fawning flattery of the elder could thaw away the wall of ice which the younger interposed between them.
If he wishes to find his way back into this house, let him find his way back into good society first, and bring me a daughter-in-law to plead his cause for him--whom his mother and I can respect and receive.
Bute herself, who still knew everything which took place at the Hall, that the circumstances of Sir Pitt's reception of his son and daughter-in-law were ever known at all.
Maylie took up her abode with her son and daughter-in-law, to enjoy, during the tranquil remainder of her days, the greatest felicity that age and worth can know--the contemplation of the happiness of those on whom the warmest affections and tenderest cares of a well-spent life, have been unceasingly bestowed.