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AcronymDefinition
DENDenmark
DENDenver (ammunition cartridge headstamp)
DENDivision of Engineering (various organizations)
DENDenver Nuggets (basketball team)
DENDistance Education Network
DENDepartment of Energy
DENDenote
DENDenier (textiles; measuring unit for yarn; 1 gram per 9000 meters)
DENDengue Fever (flavivirus)
DENDiscovery Educator Network
DENDigital Entertainment Network
DENDiethylnitrosamine
DENDocument Enabled Network
DENDispatch Enhanced Network
DENDigital Echo News
DENDigital Education Network
DENDirectory Enabled Network
DENDomestic Events Network
DENDocument Enabled Networking
DENDigital Enhanced Network
DENData Element Number
DENDenver, CO, USA - Denver International (Airport Code)
DENDictionary Entry Name
DENDewiek Elder Nation (gaming)
DENDoctor's Educational Need (UK)
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