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DUBSDurham University Business School (UK)
DUBSDewan Usahawan Bumiputera Sarawak (Malay: Sarawak Bumiputera Chamber of Entrepreneurs; Malaysia)
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Headquartered in New South Wales, Australia, Buff Dubs was founded in 2005 and has grown quickly through its ability to process media content of any description and transform, reproduce and aggregate it in the various formats demanded by its clients.
Organisations such as Citizens UK, Save The Children and Unicef are the real heroes of the Dubs Amendment.
The Dubs moved ominously through the gears against Kildare, scoring 5-18 in a semi-final victory that equalled their best-ever Championship win over the Lilywhites.
DUB USP7 is a well validated target for the treatment of neoplastic disease that stabilises oncogenic proteins and enhances the degradation of tumour suppressors such as p53.
The vast majority of the French dubs produced in Quebec are in what industry players here call "international French"--in other words, it doesn't reflect the true Quebecois accent.
Book dubs are able to present their dub procedures because they come up with the questions, the format and anything else unique to their book dub.
We do sell dubs made from persimmon, but it is more of a novelty and nostalgia item now," Nash said, referring to the growth in golf dub technology.
Benigni and his wife, Nicoletta Braschi (his principesa from ``Life Is Beautiful'') decided to dub their own voices for the English version.
Some dubs have been around for as long as 50 years, but achieving such longevity requires keeping club members in sync and maintaining their activity level.
NEW Dublin recruit Tomas Brady has been pitched in at full-back for today's Dubs Stars challenge at St Peregrine's.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 28, 2012-Life Partners names Scott Dubs as new CFO(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.