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DKDenmark
DKDenmark (airline tax code)
DKDonkey Kong (game)
DKDeath Knight (gaming)
DKDon't Know
DKDrunk
DKDuke
DKDeck
DKDark Knight (gaming)
DKDankort (Danish credit card)
DKDecay
DKDead Kennedys (band)
DKDungeon Keeper (game)
DKDon King (boxing promoter)
DKDiscovery Kids (TV network)
DkDielectric Constant
DKDragon Knight (gaming, MapleStory)
DKDesign Kit
DKDrop Kick (wrestling move)
DKDrop Knee (body boarding style)
DKDorling Kindersley Ltd. (publishing)
DKDa Kine
DKDemocratic Kampuchea (Cambodia)
DKDrift King (Fast and the Furious movie character)
DKDakshina Kannada (Karnataka, India district)
DKDan Kennedy
DKDisplay Keyboard
DKDonut King (various locations)
DKDanish Kingdom
DKDeforest Kelley (actor)
DKDon Knotts (actor)
DKDravidar Kazhagam (political party, India)
DKDirect Kick (soccer)
DKDouble Kill (gaming)
DKDeutscher Kaiser (German Emperor)
DKDisbursing Clerk (USN rating)
DKDread Knights (gaming clan)
DKDragon Khan (roller-coaster, Spain)
DKDivine Knights (gaming clan)
DKDishonorable Kill (gaming, World of Warcraft)
DKDirectie Kunsten (Dutch: direction for fine arts)
DKDaichi Kuroda (Japaneses pop vocalist)
DkDiffusionskonstante (German: diffusion constant; Oxygen Permeability of contact lenses)
DKDraconian Knights (gaming)
References in classic literature ?
In the general intellectual decay they still preserved their pristine clearness and strength of understanding.
Here is reality emerging from the unreal, spring renewing, love and beauty triumphant over death and decay.
The conditions fostering the growth of that supreme, alive excellence, as well in work as in play, ought to be preserved with a most careful regard lest the industry or the game should perish of an insidious and inward decay.
The wagon rolled up a weedy gravel walk, under a noble avenue of China trees, whose graceful forms and ever-springing foliage seemed to be the only things there that neglect could not daunt or alter,--like noble spirits, so deeply rooted in goodness, as to flourish and grow stronger amid discouragement and decay.
I even tried a Carlyle-like scorn of this wretched aristocracy in decay.
Besides, I was really shocked by a decay of principle which proceeded but too plainly from decay of the mental powers.
As clearly as in the light of past events, he saw the defection of the favored unions, the rise and the slow decay of the labor castes, and the struggle between the decaying oligarchs and labor castes for control of the great governmental machine.
American children and adolescents who do not drink tap water, which is typically fluoridated, are much more likely to have tooth decay, according to a new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
Urban Decay is just as famous for its punchy lip colours, so we're including 10 of its best-selling Vice Lipsticks.
a reduction in the proportion of children with decay between 2007-08 (47.
The Public Health Wales report also found that children from the most deprived backgrounds have seen the biggest reduction in tooth decay over the last decade.
In 2007-08, the proportion of fiveyear-old children with evidence of tooth decay stood at 47.