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AcronymDefinition
DEDDedicated
DEDDepartment of Economic Development
DEDDeductible
DEDDeutscher Entwicklungsdienst (German: German Development Service)
DEDData Element Dictionary
DEDDepartment of Education
DEDDeduct
DEDDeath Effector Domain (cell apoptosis)
DEDDutch Elm Disease
DEDDog Eat Dog (band)
DEDDeferred Enforced Departure (US DHS)
DEDDistrict Electoral Division
DEdDoctor of Education
DEDDeputy Executive Director
DEDDiesel Engine Driven
DEDDark Emitting Diode :-)
DEdDiploma in Education
DEDDetail Engineering Design (various organizations)
DEDDouble Error Detection
DEDDesign Engineering Division (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
DEDDragging Equipment Detector (railroad defects)
DEDData Entry Display
DEDData Element Definition
DEDDraft Environmental Document
DEDDisability Evaluation Division
DEDData Element Description
DEDDust Eater Dogs (band)
DEDData Edits
DEDDirective Enforcement Department (gaming; Eve-Online)
DEDDoctor of Economic Development (professional degree; New Mexico State University)
DEDDoomsday Engine Definitions (gaming)
DEDDirt Every Day (off road driving)
DEDData Extraction Device
DEDDocument Effective Date
DEDDemonstration Execution Document (military new equipment/service)
DEDDIS End of Day
DEDDefense Energy Department
DEDDesign Engineering Difficulty
DEDDefect Equipment Detector (railroad)
DEDDynamic Entity Database
DEDDamage Engineering Disposition (US Navy)
DEDDouble-Entry-Draft (writing format)
DEDDépannage Entretien a Domicile (French: Home Maintenance Troubleshooting)
DEDDivision des Etudes Doctorales (French: Doctoral Studies Division)
DEDDistribution Équipement Dépannage (French: Distribution Equipment Troubleshooting)
DEDDisability Equality Duty (UK)
DEDDécoupage Emboutissage du Dauphiné (French: Cutting Stamping Dauphine)
References in classic literature ?
testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated.
This faithful but unpretending record of a remarkable adventure is hereby respectfully dedicated by the narrator,
Perkins had spoken to him of the beauty of a life dedicated to the service of God.
Many books and translations were dedicated to her by her proteges, and a few of these talented individuals had published some of their own letters to her, upon very weighty subjects.
The young prince alighted from Aramis's room, in the same way the king had descended from the apartment dedicated to Morpheus.
And in order finally to touch the hearts of the Russians- and being like all Frenchmen unable to imagine anything sentimental without a reference to ma chere, ma tendre, ma pauvre mere* - he decided that he would place an inscription on all these establishments in large letters: "This establishment is dedicated to my dear mother.
Being, as they were, rather large and conveniently situated in a street mostly dedicated to offices off the Strand, people who wished to meet, either for purposes of enjoyment, or to discuss art, or to reform the State, had a way of suggesting that Mary had better be asked to lend them her rooms.
throughout the land, this book is gratefully dedicated by
Affectionately Dedicated to my young friend Sumner Hamilton Britton of Chicago
Rushmore Coglan prattled of this little planet I thought with glee of a great almost-cosmopolite who wrote for the whole world and dedicated himself to Bombay.
The new household would install itself in the Glandier, and the son-in-law would lend his assistance in the work to which the father and daughter had dedicated their lives.
One was a fantasia, King Lear; the other was a quartette dedicated to the memory of Bach.