DBE

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DBEDisadvantaged Business Enterprise
DBEDeutsche Biographische Enzyklopädie (German: German Biographical Encyclopedia)
DBEDame Commander of the Order of the British Empire
DBEDatabase Engine
DBEDouble Balloon Enteroscopy (bowel procedure)
DBE1,2-Dibromoethane
DBEDouble Buffer Extension (computing)
DBEDaughters of the British Empire
DBEDeutsche Gesellschaft zum Bau und Betrieb von Endlagern (German society for building and maintenance of garbage final storage places)
DBEData Base Engine
DBEDouble Bit Error
DBEData Bus Enable
DBEDynamic Bass Enhancement
DBEData Base Environment
DBEDame of the British Empire (honorary title; UK)
DBEDigital Business Ecosystem (software)
DBEDeep Breathing Exercises (therapy)
DBEDepartment of Border Enforcement (Iraqi border guards)
DBEDisabled Business Enterprise
DBEDevelopment Bank of Ethiopia (est. 1994)
DBEDigital Back-End (computer platform)
DBEDirektoratet for brann- og eksplosjonsvern (Norwegian: Directorate for Fire and Explosion Prevention)
DBEDe Bene Esse (Latin: Of Well Beign; law)
DBEDiploma Básico de Español (Spanish: Basic Spanish Diploma)
DBEDespatch Payable Both Ends (shipping)
DBEDirectorate of Border Enforcement
DBEDesign Basis Earthquake
DBEDominet Bank Ekstraliga (Polish basketball league)
DBEDécor Bois Extérieur (French: Outdoor Wood Decor)
DBEDFAS Business Evolution
DBEDepartment of Business and Employment (Australia)
DBEDigital Broadcast Equipment, Inc. (Texas)
DBEDesign-Basis Event
DBEDon't Be Evil
DBEDouble Bond Equivalent
DBEData Bus Element
DBEDegenerate Band-Edge (photonic crystal)
DBEDouble Below Elbow (amputation)
DBEDistorted-Wave Born Exchange
DBEDepartmental Budget Estimate
DBEDynamic Bias Estimator
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Using the optimized conditions, phenol (10 mmol), 1,2-dibromoethane (50 mmol), anhydrous [K.sub.2]C[O.sub.3] (30 mmol) at 80[degrees]C with 6h of reaction time, and dry acetonitrile (50 mL), 12 substituted 1-bromo-2-aryloxyethane derivatives were prepared.
Dunnick, Elwell, Huff, and Barrett (1995) reported that 1,2-dibromoethane, 1,2-dicloroethane, glycidol, and sulfallate caused mammary-gland neoplasms in both male and female rats and mice.
Analysis of DNA adducts formed in vivo in rats and mice from 1,2-dibromoethane, 1,2-dichloroethane, dibromomethane, and dichloromethane using HPLC/accelerator mass spectrometry and relevance to risk estimates.
Hansen (2000) reported higher risk of breast cancer for men exposed to gasoline and vehicular combustion products, benzene, 1,2-butadiene, 1,2-dibromoethane, 1,2-dichloroethane, and PAHs.