DSZDecrement and Skip on Zero
DSZDaniel Schwartz (French contracting firm)
DSZDutch Simracing Zone (gaming website)
DSZDeep Sea Zone (gaming; Sonic Robo Blast 2)
DSZDouble Seismic Zone (geology; Chile)
DSZDrie Samenwerkende Zwemverenigingen (Dutch recreational area)
DSZDepartament Spraw Zagranicznych (Polish: Department of Foreign Affairs)
DSZDigital Serenade Zone
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DSZ = {[sz.sub.1], [sz.sub.2], [sz.sub.3], [sz.sub.n]} (1.2)
The MMI survey consists of approximately 2,500 soil samples of which almost 60% will be along a four kilometre segment of the DSZ on strike from the DAC Deposit.
Previous drilling programs have confirmed anomalous gold values along the DSZ and give rise to the possibility that additional shallow mineralization may be added to the currently defined resource through continued exploration.
[9] Gray, K.A., Pogrebinsky, O.S., Mrachko, G.T., Monti, Xi.L., Li, M.Z., Squires, C.H., Monticello, D.J., and Childs, D.J., 1996, "Genetic analysis of the DSZ promoter and associated regulatory regions of Rhodococcus erythropolis IGTS8," J.
"The investment IBC is making in establishing the new DSZ at IBC2009 reflects the strategic importance of the medium and the key role that the broadcast industry has to play in its development."
The technologies, solutions and content that are driving this revolution in communication will form the focus for the DSZ at IBC2009.
The DSZ will be accompanied by the IBC2009 DSZ business briefings to which attendance is free.
DSZ provide some empirical support for this model using a sample of 21 developed countries from 1970-90.
All calculations are based on the parameter estimates from the DSZ (1996) and BGK (2000) studies.