DEMUS

AcronymDefinition
DEMUSEstudio para la Defensa de los Derechos de la Mujer (Spanish: Study for the Defense of Women's Rights; Peru)
DEMUSDark Electronic Music Underground Site
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Demus decided to commit itself to obtain the double certification, offering its customers a new service of decaffeination (dichloromethane and/or water and activated carbon), dewaxing, removal of ochratoxin A and negative aromas and vaporisation for UTZ and Rainforest Alliance coffee; the certification also allows the company to market certified coffee.
Rossy Salazar, an attorney for DEMUS, said that during the armed conflict, more than 5,000 cases of sexual violence were committed and most of the allegations filed with the judicial system are still in preliminary investigation.
Kisirinya, who calls himself Demus, then explained what would happen if Lauren came to his house.
"This is nothing like the Olympics, it's not in my back yard." She won her semi-final on Tuesday in 53.92secs - running down Lashinda Demus, the defending champion from the USA.
She admitted after winning her semi-final on Tuesday in 53.92sec - powerfully running down Lashinda Demus, the defending champion from the United States over the last couple of hurdles - that doubts had played on her mind ahead of the race, but that they were now gone.
The Czech Olympic bronze medallist trailed American pair Dalilah Muhammad and Lashinda Demus, who claimed silver and bronze respectively, going into the home straight and cruised to the line in 52.83 seconds.
The Londoner produced a strong finish down the home straight to win her semifinal in 53.92 seconds, running down a fading Lashinda Demus, the defending champion from the US, over the last couple of barriers.
The Londoner produced a strong finish down the home straight to win her semi-final in 53.92 seconds, running down a fading Lashinda Demus, the defending champion from the United States, over the last couple of barriers.
Russia's Natalya Antyukh won the London Olympics by just 0.07 seconds over American Lashinda Demus, who brought home gold at the 2011 World Championships.
US athlete Lashnda Demus won the silver in the women's 400, hurdles won by Russia's Natalya Antyukk.
The first gold medal of the evening went to Russia''s Natalya Antyukh in the 400m hurdles, the 31-year-old just holding off America''s Lashinda Demus at the finish.
World champion Lashinda Demus has been less impressive in recent races and the Russian looks the pick.