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AcronymDefinition
DICDifferential Interference Contrast
DICDictionary (File Name Extension)
DICDubai Internet City
DICDissolved Inorganic Carbon
DICDisseminated Intravascular Coagulation
DICDriver Information Center
DICDeposit Insurance Corporation (various countries)
DICDependency & Indemnity Compensation
DICDifference in Conditions (insurance)
DICDrug Information Center (various universities)
DICDubai International Capital Llc
DICDrop-in-Center
DICDainippon Ink and Chemicals, Inc.
DICDirector in Charge
DICDiploma of Imperial College (London UK)
DICDrop in Centre
DICDistrict Industries Center (India)
DICDo I Care?
DICDiisopropylcarbodiimide
DICDocument Identifier Code
DICDeath Is Coming
DICDrunk in Charge
DICDied in Captivity
DICDepartment of Immigration and Citizenship (Australia)
DICDriver Improvement Course
DICDirección de Investigación Criminal (Criminal Investigation Division, Honduras)
DICDiagnostic Imaging Center
DICDefense Intelligence College
DICData Integrity Check
DICDream in Code (website)
DICDépartement d'Information et de Communication (French)
DICDiffusion, Information et Communication (French)
DICDairy Industry Committee (USA)
DICDeputy in Charge
DICData Insertion Converter
DICDisseminated Intravascular Clot (pathology)
DICDirect Interference Contrast
DICDefense Industrial Cooperation
DICDigital Input Channel
DICDedicated Internet Consultancy
DICData Input Check
DICDeputy Installation Commander
DICDirect Image Copy
DICDirect Indicating Compass
DICData Input Console
DICDigital Input Computer
DICDowntown Intermodal Center
DICDanového Identifikacního Císla (Czech: Identification Number of Payer of Value Added Tax)
DICDéshydratation Intracellulaire (French: Intracellular Dehydration)
DICDroit a l'Image Collective (French: Right to Collective Image; intellectual property)
DICDisponibilité, Intégrité, Confidentialité (French: Availability, Integrity, Confidentiality)
DICDumas Isolation Cloisons (French: Dumas Isolation Partitions)
DICDubai Industrial City (United Arab Emirates)
DICDeterministic Interference Channel
DICDépannage Installation Conseil (French: Troubleshooting Installation Council)
DICDipartimento di Ingegneria Civile (Italian: Department of Civil Engineering)
DICDétente Instantanée Contrôlée (French: Controlled Instantaneous Relaxation)
References in classic literature ?
At last she came to the row in which the brother who knew the dictionary by heart was, but he did not know it any longer; he had quite forgotten it in the rank and file.
She only felt, "I do not love George; I broke off my engagement because I did not love George; I must go to Greece because I do not love George; it is more important that I should look up gods in the dictionary than that I should help my mother; every one else is behaving very badly.
She had looked up 'joust' in the dictionary, and it seemed to her that in these few words was contained the kernel of her trouble.
when many men still lived who had seen the Christ; here Mary Magdalen died, and here the Virgin Mary ended her days with John, albeit Rome has since judged it best to locate her grave elsewhere; six or seven hundred years ago--almost yesterday, as it were--troops of mail-clad Crusaders thronged the streets; and to come down to trifles, we speak of meandering streams, and find a new interest in a common word when we discover that the crooked river Meander, in yonder valley, gave it to our dictionary.
Bare lists of words are found suggestive to an imaginative and excited mind; as it is related of Lord Chatham that he was accustomed to read in Bailey's Dictionary when he was preparing to speak in Parliament.
His account of their discoveries in the low life of a seaport town would have made a charming book, and in the various characters that came their way the student might easily have found matter for a very complete dictionary of rogues.
Among the other books were a primer, some child's readers, numerous picture books, and a great dictionary.
Then my bookbinder and I met in my father's editorial room, and with a couple of candles on the table between us, and our Heine and the dictionary before us, we read till we were both tired out.
To describe them all would require a book as large as an English-Latin, Latin-English Dictionary, and the most we can do is to give one as a specimen of an average hour on the island.
He sat up in bed, and the dictionary was in front of him more often than the book.
I considered the dictionary man's unconscious testimony suggestive and worth something in the discussion.
If he had picked out the most inappropriate word in the whole dictionary to describe the lady whom I had met on the beach, "Eccentricity" would have been that word.