DARE


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DAREDrug Abuse Resistance Education
DAREDictionary of American Regional English
DAREDatabase of Abstracts of Reviews of Effectiveness (Cochrane Library)
DAREDigital Academic Repositories (Dutch academic research website)
DAREDepartment of Agricultural and Resource Economics
DAREDefence Avionics Research Establishment (India)
DAREDepartment of Agricultural Research and Education (India)
DAREData Retrieval System (for Social and Human Sciences)
DAREData Archival and Retrieval Enhancement
DAREDefine Assess Respond Evaluate (decision-making model)
DAREDiscrete Algebraic Riccati Equation
DAREDirected Aerial Robot Explorer (NASA)
DAREDrug Awareness Rehabilitation Education
DAREDerbyshire Association of Residential Education
DAREDomain Analysis for Early Reuse and Evolution
DAREDenuder Atmospheric Research Experiment
DAREDocumentation Automatic Retrieval Equipment
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I dare say they often think of you, and wonder which will be the day, the precise day of the instrument's coming to hand.
I dare say you are, and I am sure I do not at all wonder at it.
We dare not harm this little girl," he said to them, "for she is protected by the Power of Good, and that is greater than the Power of Evil.
Pierre wished to say this to the Mason, but did not dare to.
I'm not clear about that; but I dare say she will do her best to make them comfortable in body and mind, in accordance with our mother's example.
If you dare to doubt it,' I said, 'I'll hammer the life out of you
I'll come in a minute; I've been longing to fix my books, but didn't dare to touch them, because you always shake your head when I read.
What was he--a younger son, a penniless clerk, a squire unable to pay for his own harness--that he should dare to raise his eyes to the fairest maid in Hampshire?
It isn't fair to dare anybody to do anything so dangerous.
If he dared," went on the old lady, "he would kill me now, but he does not dare.
But this is too much happiness,' said I, embracing her again; 'I have not deserved it, Helen - I dare not believe in such felicity: and the longer I have to wait, the greater will be my dread that something will intervene to snatch you from me - and think, a thousand things may happen in a year
And if the truth may be told, I dare say that she too had some selfish attraction in the Russell Square house; and in a word, thought George Osborne a very nice young man.