DAB

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AcronymDefinition
DABDigital Audio Broadcasting
DABDaba (SIL code, Cameroon)
DABDiaminobenzidine
DABDepartmental Appeals Board
DABDisambiguation (Wikimedia Foundation editing policy)
DABDefense Acquisition Board
DABDriver Airbag
DABDual Airbag
DABDead and Buried
DABDisabilities Advisory Board (West Hollywood, CA)
DABDeutsches Arzneibuch (medicine)
DABDictionary of American Biography
DABDistributeur Automatique de Billets (French: Automatic Bill Dispenser)
DABDouble Accident Benefit (insurance)
DABDeaf and Blind
DABDemocratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong (political party, Hong Kong SAR, China)
DABDevelopment Appeal Board (Canada)
DABDispute Adjudication Board
DABDemocratic Alliance of Burma
DABDevelopment Advisory Board
DABDerbyshire Association for the Blind
DABData Acquisition Board
DABDriver Air Bag
DABDisk Access Buffer
DABDiacetylbenzene
DABDaytona Beach, FL, USA - Daytona Beach International Airport (Airport Code)
DABDiaminobenzidinetetrahydrochloride (peroxidase substrate)
DABDommages Aux Biens (French: Property Damage; Insurance)
DABDortmunder Aktienbrauerei (German Beer)
DABDelayed Action Bomb (band)
DABDefense Advisory Board
DABDienstabschlussbier (German)
DABDemocrats Abroad Belgium
DABData Acquisition Bus
DABDirekt Anlage Bank, Germany
DABDipole Adapted Basis
DABDynamically Allocable Bandwidth
DABDirector of Army Budget
DABDisplay Attention Bits
DABDirector's Advisory Board (various organizations)
DABDiscoveries and Believers (band)
DABDeutsches Apothekerbuch
DABDisposition & Adjustment Board
DABDestroyer Advisory Board (US Navy)
DABDirectory Address Buffer
DABDispositif Auto-Bloquant (French: Auto-Blocking Device; nuclear energy industry)
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Dictionary of American Biography New York: Scribner's, 1928-1958.
Cambridge University Press has not come out with a free version of the Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, but the company licensed it along with biographical articles from the Cambridge Encyclopedia to A&E Television Networks.
Reference publications from MLR include literary criticism compilations from Twayne, and the Dictionary of American Biography, Dictionary of the Middle Ages, and the Dictionary of Scientific Biography from Scribner's.
He edited the Dictionary of American Biography from 1929 to 1936 and the Political Science Quarterly from 1953 to 1958, and he served as director of the Harvard University Press from 1936 to 1943.
Ben Graf Henneke's Laura Keene: Actress, Innovator and Impresario begins with a critique of two standard source books: the Dictionary of American Biography and The Oxford Companion to the Theatre.
Britain's Dictionary of National Biography was completed in 1900 (in sixty-three volumes and after eighteen years' work); the Dictionary of American Biography was finished in 1936 (in twenty volumes and after ten years' work).
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