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AcronymDefinition
DEEDoD (Department of Defense) Enterprise Email
DEEDepartment of Environmental Engineering (various locations)
DEEDepartment of Elementary Education
DEEDigital Events Evaluator
DEEDatenendeinrichtung (German: Host)
DEEDepartamento de Engenharia Elétrica (Portugese)
DEEDirector, Elementary Education (various locations)
DEEDiretoria de Ensino Especial (Portuguese: Directors of Special Education)
DEEDilated Eye Examination (diabetes)
DEEDiplomate Environmental Engineer
DEEDexterous End Effector
DEEDigital Events Evaluator (US NASA)
DEEDepartment Environmental Executive (US DHS)
DEEDisjoint Eager Execution
DEEDetailed Equipment Events
DEEDiplôme d'Etudes À l'Etranger (French university diploma)
DEEDivisão de Eletroquimica e Eletroanalitica (Portugese)
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We want to continue to find and fund those disruptive technologies," Dee said.
It originates from a series of springs (the Wells of Dee) at the foot of a bank of grass and moss, and then cascades off the plateau in the Falls of Dee.
The first offender was earlier convicted of assaulting Dee to the danger of her life.
Dee Dee spent six years visiting her partner as he was moved from prison to prison around the country.
Nicholas Clulee, whose own work began to question the Hermetic Dee fashioned by Yates, starts off this collection with a useful summary of this critique and with some reflections on how recent reassessments of the Scientific Revolution may alter our perspectives on Dee's career and canon.
Peter Striano, Unity; Jennifer Chin, Joe Dee; JAD Corp of America; Chi Chu, Silverstein Properties.
Second, Professor Dee's analysis is based on a survey of teachers who had no training in best practices for teaching girls and for teaching boys.
With special editorial notes and a Foreword by Ruby Dee Atria Books, October 2006 $23.95, ISBN 0-743-28988-9
A superficial but infectiously entertaining reverse-Cinderella tale in which a madcap heiress is cut off without a cent yet thrives on adversity, "The Trouble with Dee Dee" makes pushiness a virtue.
For example, the greater the danger, the more dee syllables the birds tend to add at the end of "chicka." Recordings of these varied alarm calls inspired appropriately mild or intense responses in a chickadee flock, the researchers report in the June 24 Science.
Actress Sandra Dee, who was married to pop singer Bobby Darin, died yesterday.
In this historical fiction fantasy, true-life 16th-century alchemist John Dee is caught up in a world of spirits.