DEMIS


Also found in: Dictionary.
AcronymDefinition
DEMISDynamic Event Model for Interactive Systems
DEMISDefense Medical Information System (South Korea)
DEMISDynamic Estuary Management Information System (Oregon Coastal Management Program)
DEMISDynamic Event Model for Interactive Systems (virtual reality technology)
DEMISDistrict Education Management Information System (UNESCO)
References in periodicals archive ?
The Guardian narrated that Demi showcased her collection of pop hits at Barclays Center in Brooklyn while magnificently expressing the themes of love, independence and acceptance.
Demi effortlessly communicated with the audience in between songs.
Orlando Sentinel stated that Demi played an intricate piano introduction and assured the audience that it was OK to make mistakes.
Demi Lovato naturally captivates the audience not only with her electrifying voice, but also her genuine character and enthralling charisma.
"For her fans, Demi is a hero, an inspiration, and a lifesaver.
Demis went solo in 1971 and enjoyed worldwide success with the single We Shall Dance.
Demis and his fiancee, Pamela Smith, were eventually released as a goodwill gesture afte r, the singer revealed, he had sung for his captors.