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DSTCDynamic Stability and Traction Control (Volvo)
DSTCDistance
DSTCDistributed Systems Technology Centre (Australian government/industry consortium)
DSTCJ. F. Drake State Technical College (Alabama)
DSTCDiplomatic Security Training Center (Vienna, VA)
DSTCDiplomatic Security Training Center
DSTCDifferential Space-Time Coding
DSTCDependent Sequential Track Correlation
DSTCDon't Shoot the Cat (website)
DSTCDirect Sales Training Centre (UK)
DSTCDeep Space Turtle Chase (Minecraft)
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It has already been mentioned that the distance between these two posts was less than five leagues.
This island was at a greater distance than I expected, and I did not reach it in less than five hours.
Computing the distance between the thirty-first and forty-fifth degrees, it amounts to nine hundred and seventy-three common miles; computing it from thirty-one to forty-two degrees, to seven hundred and sixty-four miles and a half.
The second lieutenant loaded the blunder busses, which could throw harpoons to the distance of a mile, and long duck-guns, with explosive bullets, which inflicted mortal wounds even to the most terrible animals.
And looking across space with instruments, and intelligences such as we have scarcely dreamed of, they see, at its nearest distance only 35,000,000 of miles sunward of them, a morning star of hope, our own warmer planet, green with vegetation and grey with water, with a cloudy atmosphere eloquent of fertility, with glimpses through its drifting cloud wisps of broad stretches of populous country and narrow, navy-crowded seas.
I should never have considered the distance as one of the ADVANTAGES of the match," cried Elizabeth.
The ranges of mountain peaks which Captain Bonneville speaks of, as rising from its bosom, are probably the summits of mountains beyond it, which may be visible at a vast distance, when viewed from an eminence, in the transparent atmosphere of these lofty regions.
Charles, a short distance above the mouth of the Missouri.
Our coach rattled out of the city, and at a short distance from its outskirts passed over a bridge of elegant construction, but somewhat too slight, as I imagined, to sustain any considerable weight.
They could still see, seemingly far in front of them and high up, the baleful light which at the height and distance seemed like a faint line.
I walked on, however, some distance from the door before I let him have his way, that I might see precisely what he would do.
The huzzaing and shouting were little by little lost in the distance, and only the discharge of the ship's guns could be heard in the concavity beneath the balloon, as the latter sped on its flight.