DIN


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AcronymDefinition
DINDeutsches Institut für Normung eV (German Institute for Standardization; similar to US ANSI)
DINDrug Identification Number
DINDigital Input
DINDinar (Yugoslavian national currency)
DINData Input
DINDo It Now (gaming/chat)
DINDissolved Inorganic Nitrogen
DINDocument Identification Number
DINDevelopment in Nigeria
DINDirector Identification Number (India)
DINDivision Ingénierie Nucléaire (French: Nuclear Engineering Division; Electricité de France)
DINDoctors Independent Network
DINDarned If I Know
DINDefense Intelligence Network
DINData Identification Number
DINDefense Intelligence Notice
DINDesignee Information Network
DINDeutsche Industrial Norms (German standards agency)
DINDevice Identification Number
DINDepartment of Immigration and Naturalization
DINDivision des Installations Nucléaires (French: Division of Nuclear Installations; Autorité de Sûreté Nucléaire)
DINDangerous Incident Notification
DINDedicated Internet Network (private networks connected to the internet)
DINDynamic Instruction Number
DINDonor Identification Number
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At the foot of the rocks were some rudely constructed houses looking more like ruins than houses, from among which came, they perceived, the din and clatter of blows, which still continued without intermission.
Thus an incessant din was kept up that might have startled Pandemonium.
Stalky asked of Imam Din, the servant, who came to attention on the marble floor.
As the light in the amphitheater increased the females augmented the frequency and force of their blows until presently a wild, rhythmic din pervaded the great jungle for miles in every direction.
The warriors were still some little distance away, advancing slowly, making, after the manner of their kind, a frightful din with their savage yells and the pounding of their naked feet upon the ground as they leaped up and down in a fantastic war dance.
The long winter evenings within the castle of Torn were often spent in rough, wild carousals in the great hall where a thousand men might sit at table singing, fighting and drinking until the gray dawn stole in through the east windows, or Peter the Hermit, the fierce majordomo, tired of the din and racket came stalking into the chamber with drawn sword and laid upon the revellers with the flat of it to enforce the authority of his commands to disperse.
cried a hundred voices; the din of which was immediately swelled by five hundred others; "let us march to the Town-hall; let us go and see the deputies
Mile after mile, it still led the way southward, till we left the country behind us, and passing through the din and turmoil of the great city, stopped under the shadow of the ancient Tower, within view of the river that runs by it.
and sat smiling, admiring, and explaining, quite untroubled by the din, which made Rose cover up her ears and Dr.
There must have been a signal of warning or command, high and shrill above the din, but by me unheard.
drowned his voice, and he stood disdainfully till the din had somewhat subsided.
As the noise of the troubled ocean when roll the waves on high, as the last peal of thunder in heaven, such is the din of war.