DKE


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DKEData & Knowledge Engineering (journal; Elsevier)
DKEDeutsche Kommission Elektrotechnik Elektronik Informationstechnik
DKEDelta Kappa Epsilon
DKEDeutsche Elektrotechnische Kommission (German Electrotechnology Commission)
DKEDrift Kinetic Equation
DKEDigital Knowledge Environment
DKEDomain Knowledge Expert
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Because the national DKE organization prohibits admitting women, the Wesleyan chapter had explored inviting the university's sole sorority to share its house and to help plan parties and other events--without the women becoming actual members.
Dodson accused Harris of illegally offering stock in NSR to buy DKE, which he later said "had few assets, a negative net worth, and had never made a profit.
She doesn't defend that, but she also opposes making DKE the campus scapegoat"I think in the Greek-letter system there we abuses," she says.
But in Bush's Washington, the capital is a much clubbier place where everyone in the White House knows someone on the Hill who worked with the Old Man, summered in Maine, or pledged DKE at Yale.
The charges were dropped relating to NSR allegedly trying to buy a North Little Rock concert promotion company, DKE Entertainment, Holder said.
He is author or co-author of more than 60 papers in referred international conferences (including SSDBM, DEXA, DaWaK, DOLAP, IDEAS, SEKE, WISE, FQAS, SAC) and journals (including JIIS, DKE, WIAS).
ACC's parent company, alleged attempt to buy a North Little Rock concert promotion company, DKE Entertainment, with stock last summer even though the Arkansas Securities Department had prohibited the company from selling stock.
Bush was in the class just ahead of mine; he lived in the entryway next to mine for three years, and was president of DKE, my roommate's fraternity.
s parent company, allegedly, tried to buy a North Little Rock concert promotion company, DKE Entertainment, with stock last summer even though the Arkansas Securities Department had prohibited the company from selling stock.
You remember Cashion, the North Little Rock attorney who was part of DKE Entertainment Group Inc.