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DSGDirect Shift Gearbox (Audi)
DSGDressing
DSGDesignate
DSGDosage
DSGDescartes Systems Group, Inc.
DSGDeputy Secretary General
DSGDesmoglein
DSGDirect Steam Generation
DSGDuke Student Government (Duke University)
DSGDiözesansportgemeinschaft (German; Austria)
DSGDynamic Sound Generator
DSGDemocratic Study Group
DSGData Segment
DSGData Systems Group
DSGDansk Supermarked Gruppen
DSGDirekt Schalt Getriebe (Volkswagen/Audi automatic gearbox)
DSGDigital Signal Generator (US DoD)
DSGDeployment Support Group (US Marine Corps)
DSGDecision Support Group (various organizations)
DSGDaily Sketch Group
DSGDestination Set Grouping (networking)
DSGDispatchable Standby Generation (power system; various locations)
DSGDesign Systems Group
DSGDeutsche Service-Gesellschaft der Bahn (German: German Train Service Company)
DSGDesulphogypsum
DSGDixons Stores Group Plc (UK)
DSGDivisional Support Group
DSGDevelopmental Services Group, Inc.
DSGDefence Strategic Guidance
DSGDirector of Graduate Studies
DSGDirect Support Group
DSGDiverse Sexuality and Gender
DSGDOCSIS Set-Top Box Gateway
DSGDry Sterile Gauze (wound care)
DSGDSL Services Group
DSGDouble-Sided Grill (cooking)
DSGDrill Status Guardsman (US Air National Guard)
DSGDrop Siding
DSGDesignated Scapegoat
DSGDigital Carvers Guild
DSGDeputy Solicitor General (various locations)
DSGDiocesan School for Girls (South Africa)
References in classic literature ?
As for the point of arrival, it is reserved for Providence alone to designate.
He baptized his adopted child, and gave him the name of Quasimodo, either because he desired thereby to mark the day, when he had found him, or because he wished to designate by that name to what a degree the poor little creature was incomplete, and hardly sketched out.
They designate two pieces of furniture which reflect objects; so that, for instance, you may see in them your own lineaments, as you see mine now, with the naked eye.
as we are assured by the "Floriste Francaise," the most highly considered authority in matters relating to this flower) is the first word in the Cingalese tongue which was ever used to designate that masterpiece of floriculture which is now called the tulip.
To designate for the heaviest political assessment.
You ought to designate the vacant post," said Baudoyer.
SOCRATES: And suppose that he were to pursue the matter in my way, he would say: Ever and anon we are landed in particulars, but this is not what I want; tell me then, since you call them by a common name, and say that they are all figures, even when opposed to one another, what is that common nature which you designate as figure--which contains straight as well as round, and is no more one than the other--that would be your mode of speaking?
Michel Ardan used every metaphor that his imagination could supply to designate it by.
First in time among his poems of these years stands 'The Legend of Good Women,' a series of romantic biographies of famous ladies of classical legend and history, whom it pleases Chaucer to designate as martyrs of love; but more important than the stories themselves is the Prolog, where he chats with delightful frankness about his own ideas and tastes.
I think, he said, that we may fairly designate him as the imitator of that which the others make.
In the intellect constructive, which we popularly designate by the word Genius, we observe the same balance of two elements as in intellect receptive.
Three metamorphoses of the spirit do I designate to you: how the spirit becometh a camel, the camel a lion, and the lion at last a child.