DUGSDirector of Undergraduate Studies (various universities)
DUGSDiplôme Universitaire de Gérontologie Sociale (French: University Diploma in Social Gerontology)
DUGSDansk Urogynækologisk Selskab
DUGSDowntown Urban Gardeners Society (Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada)
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He turned his head, dug with his hand through the snow about him and opened his eyes.
A MIND Reader made a wager that he would be buried alive and remain so for six months, then be dug up alive.
A robber, who had noticed this, went and dug up the gold and decamped with it.
The original of this cemetery was dug up in the principal street of the city a few years ago.
Dantes dug away the earth carefully, and detected, or fancied he detected, the ingenious artifice.
He ran about the room, dug in all the boxes and drawers, and even looked under the bed in search of a piece of bread, hard though it might be, or a cookie, or perhaps a bit of fish.
There he had dug quite a deep hole for dog darnel; and had set a mole trap.
It was dug out under the wing of the house, was plastered and cemented, with a stairway and an outside door by which the men came and went.
So we dug and dug with the case-knives till most midnight; and then we was dog-tired, and our hands was blistered, and yet you couldn't see we'd done anything hardly.
When the dog had dug down only a few inches he grabbed something and pulled it up, and it was an arm and a sleeve.
The grave was being dug slowly; the fish fled on all sides while their retreat was being thus disturbed; I heard the strokes of the pickaxe, which sparkled when it hit upon some flint lost at the bottom of the waters.
Denisov and Rostov were living in an earth hut, dug out for them by the soldiers and roofed with branches and turf.