DABB


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DABBDisability Action in the Borough of Barnet (UK)
DABBDallas Area Browns Backers (Texas)
DABBDiamond Abrasive Boring Bar (Sidley Diamond Tool Company)
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The aforementioned whaling song, performed by Charlie Dabb in 1970, first references ancestors before mentioning a specific, culturally significant coastal landmark (von Brandenstein 1967-1970).
The EOTSS was used to set up a Digital Atlas of Breeding Birds (DABB).
Streptavidin-biotin method was utilized to perform staining, with DABB being used as the chromogen and haematoxylin as counterstain.
Research on education proposes that a better understanding of students' learning styles and preferences by faculty can improve instructional delivery methods, create an opportunity to learn in a classroom environment more conducive to student preferences, expand the quality of educational practices, and help teachers recognize the diverse needs students bring into the classroom (Zapalska and Dabb, 2002; Nunan, 1999; Khan, 2009; Theall and Franklin, 2001; Gurney, 2007; Minotti, 2005; Steinberg, Grigorenko, & Zhang, 2008; Williamson & Watson, 2007).
E.g., "so-and-so is carried on the black [horse]" (fulanun mahmulun mahulun 'ala l- adham) for one's being shackled; (127) "the successor of [the prophet] al-Khidr" (khalifat al-Khidr) for an itinerant beggar, because of the Qur'anic narrative of al-Khidr's wandering and his asking for food; (128) "so-and-so joins together the dabb (the thorn-tailed lizard) and the whale- (fulanun yu'allifu baya l-dabbi wa-l-nun) for a skillful and clever pimp (hadhiqun bi-l-qiyada), i.e., the pimp is euphemized hyperbolically as a master matchmaker successful at creating unlikely matches.
So when Miss Edith Dabb of theNational YWCA visited All Saints in 1918, she found her friend Ella at acrossroads.
I skipped nail polish (Dabb's brand is Rococco, free of damaging formaldehyde, toluene and DBP) -- my nails were so smooth and shiny and my feet glowing.
Judges of the UK Dentistry Awards were particularly impressed with the private practice he set up with colleague Mohit Dabb, three months ago.
DIPU AHAD, KEVIN ALDERSON, DAVE ANDERSON MP, PAUL BAKER, TREVOR BARK, STEVE BROWN, MICHAEL CUPLIP, TONY DABB, ALAN DOCHERTY, TONY DOWLING, GAVIN DUDLEY, SHIRLEY FORD, VICKI GILBERT, DIANE GREEN, PAULINE HAMMERTON, ANNA HEYMAN, PAULA HOLLAND, FAZIA HUSSAIN, JIM HUTCHINSON, MARTIN LEVY, NORMAN MAINES, TOM MAY, PETER T MURRAY, NEIL O'BRIEN, IAN PATTISON, TONY PIERRE, GWEN POTTER, BARRY PURDY, LES RICH, YVONNE RIDLEY, RIZWAN SHEIKH, ALEX SNOWDON, DAVID STEAD, NIGEL TODD, MARK TYERS, ALISON WHALLEY, JOHN WHALLEY, STEVE WHITLEY & KATHERINE M YARROW)
Her senior essay attracted the attention of several prominent white women: one a local representative from the General Federation of Women's Clubs, the other, Edith Manville Dabb, director of the Indian Department of the National Board of the YWCA since 1909.
Jamie Kimpton and Phil Dabb (Bromborough) won the am-am with 45, three points clear of the Huyton and Prescot pairing of Terry O'Hara and Ray Kenny.