DDE


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DDEDynamic Data Exchange
DDEDirection Departementale de l'Equipement
DDEDirect Data Entry
DDEDichlorodiphenyldichloroethylene
DDEDaylight Demon Eyes (auto headlights)
DDEDwight David Eisenhower (34th President of the USA)
DDEDelay Differential Equation(s)
DDEDirect Data Exchange
DDEEscort Destroyer (post-war DD conversion)
DDEDeep Dose Equivalent
DDEDepartment of Distance Education
DDEDouble Data Entry
DDEDichlorodiphenylethylene
DDEDeputy District Engineer (USACE)
DDEDevice-Dependent Error (SESR bit - GPIB)
DDEDirty Disc Error (Xbox)
DDEData Distribution Equipment
DDEDigital Definition Exchange
DDEData Dictionary Entry
DDEDirectional Derivative Estimator
DDEDuPont Dai Nippon Engineering (joint partnership between DuPont Photomasks and Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.)
DDEDrug Dictionary Enhanced (Uppsala Monitoring Centre; Sweden)
DDEDaniel Displacement Engine (satellite station keeping)
DDEDesignated Doctor Evaluation
DDEDiploma in Distance Education
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DDE hosted tenders attended by over 130 international buyers in 2017 with the opening of Almas Diamond Services DMCC -- the UAE's first state of the art diamond polishing facility -- in November further elevating the Dubai Diamond Exchange's global standing.
DDE gives a predefined portion of available contrast to details.
In the present study, we estimated the association of DDT and its metabolite DDE with lung function using data from the Canadian Health Measures Survey (CHMS).
The authors divided the group into ter-tiles according to DDE level.
Having DDE levels in the highest third of the range in the study increased someone's risk of Alzheimer's by a factor of four.
Established in 2004, DDE is a member of the World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB) and a keen supporter of the WFDB in all its initiatives.
A cross-sectional study was initially conducted to estimate the prevalence of DDE in preschool children aged three to five years.
Furthermore, the Commission considered that EI DuPont and Dow, as the parent companies of the joint venture DDE, should be held jointly and severally liable for the behaviour of that joint venture during the period from 1 April 1996 to 13 May 2002.
The samples were processed according to the manufacturer's standard operating procedures and quality assurance instructions; during the reactions, colour that was inversely proportional to the concentration of DDE (the principal derivative of DDT) in the sample, developed; its intensity was translated and converted into concentration by comparison with that produced by the standards and controls supplied with the DDT reagent kits.
The expectant mothers were exposed to polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, and DDE as a result of eating the lake fish from 1973-1991.
While exports in terms of carats grew marginally in the first half of the year, the price of diamonds rose by 10pc and helped push the overall trade to high levels," DDE chief executive Youri Steverlynck said.
In its statement to the SEC, Dow gauged it a 'remote possibility' that it would suffer any adverse financial effects from any liabilities DDE might incur.