DEGN

AcronymDefinition
DEGNDiethyleenglycoldinitraat (propellant)
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Degn left the Blues for Brondby in 2001 and in typical retired footballer fashion, the 42-year-old now owns a pub in his home-town of Ebeltoft.
The whole model consists of eleven behavioural equations and five identity equations which contain sixteen endogenous (Sdgn; Dcogn; Dcrgn; Pfgn; Pmgn; Sdse; Dcose; Dcrse; Dese; Pese; Pfse; Pmse; ExT; Sto; Dto; and Pto) and twelve exogenous (Pf; YM; Degn; Pogn; Pcp; Pose; Qf; Y J; PigJ; T; Pcgn; and Diplo) variables.
Location and description of the study area: The study area is situated in the North West and South-West of Pakistan (Coordinates: 34.00 degN and 71.32 degE).
Dissolve arsenic concentrations, much higher than World Health Organization prescribed safe limit of 10 microgram/liter for drinking water, have been observed up to 250 m depth in WB, in ~60% of the sampled 125 deep well sites (~80% north of the latitude 22.75 degN [southern Nadia]).
A grandson, Shawn George, and a great-granddaughter, Ivy Degn, died previously.
Benitez has already met Liverpool co-owner Tom Hicks to draw up a transfer battle plan, with Aston Villa midfielder Gareth Barry and Borussia Dortmund defender Philip Degn on his wanted list, but Gerrard wants more investment from the Anfield hierarchy.
What's more, Doug Degn, executive vice president of food, consumables and hard lines, will retire.
"Speakers at the forum included current Wal-Mart Stores Division Vice Chairman Mike Duke and Executive Vice President Doug Degn, as well as former Wal-Mart execs Bob Connolly and Don Bland.
"Sam's Choice, which has been around in excess of 10 years, is one of the brands that you're going to see us grow the SKU count on," said Doug Degn, e.v.p, for food, consumables and hardlines merchandising.
Cases of Bruhn, Andersson, Degn, Meier, Nordberg, Petterson, Rasmussen, Stenborn.