DBZ

AcronymDefinition
DBZDragonball Z (anime)
DBZDivision By Zero (error type)
dBZDecibels of Z (radar echo intensity/reflectivity)
DBZDeutsche Briefmarken-Zeitung (German newspaper stamp)
DBZDead Ball Zone (video game)
DBZDragon Ball Zero (anime)
DBZDonosti Bi Zaldi (Spanish car club)
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la is reflected by the high frequencies of radar reflectivities between 15 and 25 dBZ at heights between 5 and 10 km and around 10 dBZ below 5 km in Fig.
DBZ recognises that many of them would benefit from capacity building support, especially as they scale up their operations or begin to operate in areas that are largely unbanked.
And today Mega is giving away some exclusive DBZ merchandise that's not yet available in the UK.
In addition, the software supports a range of e-business platforms, such as Compaq's Nonstop Himalaya Servers and IBM's DBz Universal Database for AS/400 and LOS/390, to provide companies with small to large scale options.
Technical DBZ is a white solid with a diffuse melting and decomposition point around 140-170 [degrees] C.
CHICAGO & HOUSTON -- Today world-renowned guitar maker Dean Zelinsky unveils his new company DBZ Guitars LLC, and Web site www.
24 April 2017 - Nevada, US-based diversified investment management company Turbo Global Partners (OTC: DIBZ), d/b/a/ DBZ International, has finalised the acquisition of Turbo Retail Management, formerly Goin' Postal Franchise Corp.
DBZ has sourced the funds from China Development Bank as a concessional loan.
However, this eliminates the presentation of gust fronts and outflow boundaries from thunderstorms, which often show up as low dBZ returns.
The game takes the intense Wi-Fi multiplayer battles and thrilling combative gameplay made popular in last year's hit and adds an improved fighting system with over 50 new fighting skills and ultimate attacks and the power to play heroes and villains from the DBZ, Dragon Ball GT and Dragon Ball worlds.
The Z radar reflectivity factor is about 20 dBZ and uniform, which is equivalent to a rainfall rate R of 0.