DARES


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AcronymDefinition
DARESDirection de l'Animation de la Recherche, des Études et des Statistiques (French: Directorate of Research, Studies and Statistics Coordination)
DARESDutch Amateur Radio Emergency Service (The Netherlands)
DARESDirection de l'Animation de la Recherche et des Statistiques (French: Directorate of Animation Research and Statistics)
DARESDivision of Applied Research and Educational Support (University of South Florida)
DARESDistrict Agricultural Research and Extension Station (Taiwan)
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I dare to believe that by transforming myself I can transform the whole world.
A note of caution is needed; this book is funny, but it is also slightly disturbing as it illustrates the danger of taking dares too far.
The cast of "Riverdale" recently participated in a hilarious Truth or Dare game.
The history of dare has been a much-discussed topic in English historical linguistics.
The 55-year-old Morning host is sticking his neck out for the station's Dare To Care campaign - where staff do something well out of their comfort zones to persuade people to part with their cash.
The evolution of dares and dared and the obsolescence of durst
One of the less vile dares was the Cresta run challenge; this had nowt to do with skiing.
MANILA -- Now on its sixth year, "Dare to Move" is back with a new beat, lighting the stage with the freshest and hottest grooves from different high schools in Metro Manila and Calabarzon and featuring aspiring amateur DJs.
Dare Me's premise is compelling; however, some of the dares are odd (one time the Daredevils dress like turkeys so hunters will shoot at them), O.
LIVERPOOL St Helens rugby team have been finding the ballerina inside of them - by donning bright yellow tu-tus for a dare.
But tonight's dares really have to be seen to be believed.
WHEN my father was demobbed after the Second World War, he worked for Dare's.