DRES


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DRESDivision of Real Estate Services (various locations)
DRESDotation Régionale d'Équipement Scolaire (French: Regional Allocation of School Equipment)
DRESDistributed Requirements Engineering System
DRESDisk Reset
DRESDefence Research Establishment Suffield
DRESDeep River Elementary School (Connecticut)
DRESDisability Related Employment Supports (Canada)
DRESDietary Risk Evaluation System (EPA)
DRESDynamic Range Encoding Scheme
DRESDisability Resource and Educational Services
DRESDisaster Response Evaluation System (FEMA)
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References in classic literature ?
From Pierus and the nymph Methone sprang Oeager; and from Oeager and Calliope Orpheus; from Orpheus, Dres; and from him, Eucles.
Dres told police he sped up when he noticed that his vehicle was being fired at.
The 37-year-old Dres was driving his pickup truck to his ricemill in Barangay Kagawasan when ambushed in Barangay Codilog, according to PO1 Iresidel Osayan, a Dimataling police investigator.
The objective of this study was therefore to ascertain whether SA doctors who are not in the field of urology perform DREs to assess the prostate for cancer, where indicated.
We can achieve this immunity by taking DREs out of the business of counting votes altogether.
A 2003 security analysis of DREs made by the top four vendors--Diebold, Election Systems and Software, Hart InterCivic, and Sequoia Voting Systems--found security flaws in all the machines reviewed.
Fewer than 1% had positive DREs or transrectal ultrasonography.
Although it did not mandate that states switch to DREs, the act created strong incentives to do so.
Meanwhile, the Maryland Assembly voted 137-0 to jettison the state's $90 million investment in DREs. Instead, lawmakers would use optically scanned paper ballots--the same as Oregon's vote-by-mail system.
In the public debate about DREs, there has been some confusion about what the problems and issues are, arising to a significant degree from the complexity of DREs and of elections in general.
Thirteen cities of more than half a million residents will cast their votes in ballotless DREs: Houston, Philadelphia, San Diego, San Antonio, San Jose, Columbus, Austin, Baltimore, Memphis, the District of Columbia, Nashville, Charlotte, N.C., and El Paso.
Denison (University of California, Davis, CA) kindly provided the mouse Hepa-1 cells stably transfected with a dioxin-responsive element (DRE) promoter derived from the CYP1A1 gene (Garrison et al.