DIDS

AcronymDefinition
DIDSDes Idées et des Sites (French website firm)
DIDSDistributed Intrusion Detection System
DIDSDivision of Intellectual Disabilities Services (Tennessee)
DIDSDefense Integrated Data System
DIDSDynamic Innovative Data Solutions (Indianapolis, IN)
DIDSDefense Intelligence Dissemination System (US DoD)
DIDSDecision Information Distribution System
DIDSDomestic Information Display System
DIDSData Item Description System
DIDSDatabase Inferencing for Decision Support
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We have the DIDs. Want to sell to a business in Fresno?
Haddad, "DIDS protects against neuronal injury by blocking Toll-like receptor 2 activated-mechanisms," Journal of Neurochemistry, vol.
DIDforSale offer customers fully integrated, cutting edge encryption to automate ordering and buying of DIDs and SIP trunks.
I will admit that I didn't really understand, or feel, the power of social media until we did the online launch of KEmEle Kan- dids.
Suddenly at home on 29th February, aged 58 years, John (Dids), dearly loved husband of Marzena, adored and loving dad of JJ and Amelia, much loved son of Jack and Muriel and brother of Christine and her family.
Matsubara et al., "Effects of 4,4'-diisothiocyanato-stilbene-2,2'-disulfonic acid (DIDS) and chlorpromazine on NO- transport via anion exchanger in erythrocytes: inertness of DIDS in whole blood," Journal of Pharmacological Sciences, vol.
[sup][12],[15],[16],[19] In the human atrial and ventricular myocyte, NBC accounts for about 30-40% of the total acid efflux [sup][15],[16] and is largely 4,4'-diisothiocyanatostilbene-2,2'-disulphonic acid (DIDS) sensitive, and it is amiloride- and HOE 694-resistant.
One of the main challenges solved was to offer DIDs (telephone numbers) in Indonesia, a country in which providers rarely offer them and where they are extremely complicated to acquire.
Speakers will include chief executive officer of Anti Copying in Design, Dids Macdonald, locally-based but nationally acclaimed design law expert Niall Head-Rapson and local entrepreneur Christine McLoughlin, as well as a speaker from the Intellectual Property Office.
(24.) A more commonly used proxy for urbanness is the proportion of residents in densely inhabited districts (DIDs) within each municipality.
Voxbone is the only licensed telecommunications service provider capable of delivering geographical, mobile and toll-free telephone numbers (aka DIDs) with real-time provisioning through a web portal or an API.