DUGA

AcronymDefinition
DUGADiplôme d'Université de Gérontologie Appliquée (French: University Diploma in Applied Gerontology)
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"In previous years, the analysis of the emerging patterns of R&D could readily accommodate almost any singular disruption and could present a reasonable picture of the anticipated effects," Duga said.
Duga estimates that industry's commitment to fund R&D will continue to be strong, noting that it has seen the benefit of long-term investments--providing platforms for the future--in lieu of short-term profits that could leave corporations struggling instead of prospering years down the road.
In addition to the stent, Dugas and colleagues are developing a balloon coated with the same compounds to treat blood flow blockages throughout the body called peripheral artery disease.
Dugas began traveling to the United States shortly after he became a flight attendant in 1974, says Richard McKay, coauthor of the new study and a medical historian at the University of Cambridge.
"GaAaAaAeA{tan Dugas is one of the most demonised patients in history, a one of a long line of individuals and groups vilified in the belief that they somehow fuelled epidemics with malicious intent," Richard McKay from the University of Cambridge, who co-authored the study published in the journal Nature, said in a (https://www.cam.ac.uk/research/news/research-reveals-accidental-making-of-patient-zero-myth-during-1980s-aids-crisis) statement .
Jean Francois Dugas, the Executive Game Director at Eidos Montreal, Canada, who developed the game spoke to 7DAYS about the project and how they brought Dubai to pixelated life.
Mike Dugas, a former longtime Intel employee from Beaverton, has been helping the Eugene district - as well as the Springfield School District - with their respective visioning campaigns.
Researchers have demonstrated that general vulnerability factors (such as personality) have a significant impact on generalized anxiety symptoms (Freeston, Rheaume, Letarte, Dugas, & Ladouceur, 1994; van der Heiden et al., 2010).
Summary: Dugas Ghisler, the Director General of the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MCI) accompanied a delegation of Haitian entrepreneurs to a fair held in the city of Santiago, Cuba
La intolerancia a la incertidumbre (II) es la tendencia excesiva del individuo a considerar como inaceptable que pueda suceder un evento negativo, por mas pequena que sea la probabilidad de que ocurra (Dugas, Gosselin & Ladourceur, 2001).
Back then the agricultural fair lasted two years, and then there was a three-year hiatus when there was no fair, according to Amy Dugas of West Brookfield, who for the past 10 years has coordinated lining up more than 100 vendors participating in the festival.
Aevin Dugas is a real hair–raising sight as she sports the biggest afro ever grown.