DIRRDoD (Department of Defense)/Industry Resource Repository (Modeling and Simulation, Small Business Administration; US DoD)
DIRRDelayed Interrupt/Release Register (computing)
DIRRDesign-Implement-Redesign-Reimplement (pattern; computer science)
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Patel's list of criminal charges had included "second-degree recklessly endangering safety, placing foreign objects in edibles, possession with intent to deliver prescriptions, stalking, burglary, possession of burglary tools, and two counts of violating a harassment restraining order," according to Dirr of USA Today
In the porcine GSTpi, glutathione sulfonate makes 15 polar contact and four water mediated contacts at the G-site (Dirr et al., 1994).
(14) The method, identified as DIRR, consists of: "Defining" and analyzing reflectively the dilemma by describing or locating it in its multifaceted contexts (D), Interpreting the ethical standards that might collide as a result of the dilemma solving (I), Rehearsing possible course of actions (R), and Re-discerning (or reaching a compromise and a consensus) (R).
Meriting the terms classic, authoritative, gold-standard, this reference updates and combines in one binding two previously published books: Dirr's Hardy Trees and Shrubs and Dirr's Trees and Shrubs for Warm Climates.
It can grow to 150 feet tall, and massive specimens as large as 200 feet tall have been recorded (Dirr 1998).
The esteemed plantsman Michael Dirr planted three as a screen and later wrote: "To me, they are among the most graceful of conifers."
An ideal supplement to the catalogue is a chapter "Short biographies of collectors" as some of them are hardly known today, like Adolf Dirr (1867-1930), a major expert on Caucasian languages, who earned his living as a teacher in the Caucasus and later worked as an interpreter and staff member of the Munich Ethnological Museum, and Marie Du Bois-Reymond (1864-?), wife of Claude du Bois-Reymond, professor at the German Medical School in Shanghai.
We have several books, but the most helpful is Dirr's Manual of Woody Landscape Plants.
Osage orange is a fast growing tree and on average it can grow 2.7 to 3.6 m every three to five years reaching 6 to 12 m in height, with a similar spread (Dirr, 1998).
(dirr.), Le Droit ecclesial protestant, Strasbourg 2001.