DIAL


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DIALDialect
DIALDrown in a Lake
DIALDiffusion de l'Information sur l'Amérique Latine (French: Dissemination of Information on Latin America; magazine)
DIALDifferential Absorption LIDAR
DIALDéveloppement, Institutions et Mondialisation (French: Globalization & Development Institutions)
DIALDigital Idle Asset Listing
DIALDialup Internet Access List
DIALDocument Image Analysis for Libraries (conference)
DIALDevice Independent Authoring Language
DIALDisabled Information Advice Line
DIALDirect Information Access Line
DIALDairy Industry Association Limited (now Dairy UK)
DIALDirect Access Link
DIALDistributed Intelligent Architecture for Logistics
DIALDisplay Interactive Assembly Language
DIALDrug Information Advisory Line
DIALDistributed Intelligent Agents for Logistics
DIALDigitally Initialize Audio Link-Up (DIAL a phone number) :-)
DIALDunedin International Airport Limited (New Zealand)
DIALDelinquent Inventory Account Listing
DIALDeficiency In Allowance List
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Now he turned his attention to the western dial. This he set upon a certain point.
As quickly as possible he replaced the second dial cover, and resumed his place on guard.
A single glance showed him the truth, or at least a part of it--the steel projection that communicated the movement of the pointer upon the dial to the heart of the mechanism beneath had been severed.
If it had been the purpose of some enemy to delay him, he had succeeded well, thought Carthoris, as he unlocked the cover of the second dial the first having shown that its pointer had not been set at all.
Beneath the second dial he found the steel pin severed as in the other, but the controlling mechanism had first been set for a point upon the western hemisphere.
Do I want help?" The General Communicator dial had caught his ear.
The rudder-gear and the gas lift-shunt, seated side by side under the engine-room dials, are the only machines in visible motion.
"I think you said," I began, with assumed carelessness, "that after eleven the sight of the dial no longer affects you.
This dial hanging in front of us indicates the speed of the Nautilus.
I am not well enough versed, however, in the diagnosis of this disease to speak with decision upon the point; and unhappily there were none of my friends of the "Dial" present.
The 42-piece dial is also worth a second look through the double-coated sapphire crystal.