DICU

AcronymDefinition
DICUDivisión de Información Cuántica (Spanish: Quantum Information Division; Mexican Society of Physics)
DICUData Handling Interface and Control Unit
DICUDigital Interface Control Unit
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Dermatological emergencies; acute skin failure; dermatological intensive care unit (DICU).
Onell, ZY., Alit, D., Hongshan, W., Zhrong, W., Xin, H., Dicu, Q., Haming, L.
[2] Mihai Dicu, The Smarandache-Patrascu Theorem of Orthohomological Triangles, http:// www.scribd.com/doc/28311880/Smarandache-Patrascu-theorem of Orthohomological- Triangles.
Inveci stu guvernupidderinazzu ciporto i cintimmuli: Nienti poi vi dicu" (p.
For the city of Pitesti, aspects of residential area were mentioned in various writings, the most representative being Municipality History of Pitesti (Popa, Dicu, Voinescu, 1988), Water Resources in the High Plain of Pitesti and the Pitesti City Water Supply (Posirca, 2004) Pitesti--Tradition and Modernity (Popa, Dicu, Voinescu, 2008), etc.
STEAUA BUCHAREST: Carlos, Ogararu, Golan, Ghionea, Marin, Oprita (Baciu 81), Lovin, Radol, Bostina (Nesu 87), Iacob (Balan 65), Dicu.
In Pitesti city, aspects of the industrial and deposit areas were mentioned in various papers, the most representative are "History of Pitesti City" (Popa P., Dicu P, Voinescu S., 1988), "Water resources in the High Plain of Pitesti and Pitesti City Water Supply" (Pocirca R., 2004), "Pitesti--Tradition and contemporary" (Popa P., Dicu P, Voinescu S., 2008), and others.
- Chris Dicus, a California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo professor and head of the Association for Fire Ecology, a national group that studies wildfire, says previously too-wet-to-burn parts of the Pacific Northwest face an increasing risk of significant wildfires due to climate change.
Elsewhere, Iraqi athlete secured his country only their third medal of this month's Games, a second silver, this time in Men's Dicus Throw.
After practicing at Dietrich, Davis, Burrell, Dicus & Rowlands, he founded the law firm then known as Burrell, Seigfreid & Bingham in 1974, along with partners Bill Burrell and Jim Seigfreid.<br />Bingham served in firm management until 2010 and was the managing partner from 1996 to 2006.
to SECY-01-0127 DFR, supra note 89; Comments of Commissioner Dicus
Dicus, "Bearing defect detection using on-board accelerometer measurements," in Proceedings of the ASME/IEEE 2002 Joint Rail Conference, RTD 2002, pp.