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DISSDiameter Index Safety System
DISSDigital Ionospheric Sounding System
DISSDirection des Interventions Sanitaires et Sociales (French: Directory of Health and Social Services)
DISSDatabase of Individual Seismogenic Sources
DISSDefense Information System for Security
DISSDOE Integrated Security System
DISSDistributed Interactive Simulation and Stimulation
DISSDiameter Indexed Stainless Steel
DISSDistributed Image Spreadsheets
DISSDirect Solar Steam
DISSDartington International Summer School (UK)
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The Contractor Shall Provide Experienced, Credentialed Staff To Assist The County Diss Personnel
Impact on weekly sales >>MORRISONS COULD LOSE MOST TO TESCO OTHER TESCO STORES -265,424 [pounds sterling] MORRISONS -121,368 [pounds sterling] ASDA -39,160 [pounds sterling] SAINSBURY -18,587 [pounds sterling] WAITROSE -10,537 [pounds sterling] Predicted market share in the Diss catchment >>TESCO SET TO CAPTURE 25% OF THE MARKET Tesco 25% Waitrose 18% Sainsbury 10% Asda 9% Morrisons 7% Others 31% Note: Table made from pie chart.
A t-statistic was computed between the DISS mean scores for the Canadian and United States high schools as depicted in Table 1 below.
In The Clique: Diss and Make Up players are immersed in the fabulous world of "The Clique," complete with fun fashions, cool classes, after school 'Jobbies' and, of course, all the latest gossip.
Some people took her words as a diss to the country-turned-pop star, and so Lorde was forced to explain that she meant to describe Swift as perfect, which might let some fans to think they would never look as pretty as her.
When triggered, Know Diss automatically sends an email to the parent which reads: "The following text has been picked up on your child's Facebook account.
Ten runners-up each win a pair of Grandstand tickets for the day: they are Paul Williamson of Hythe, South-ampton; Gordon Youlton of Morden, Surrey; Robin Alexander of Diss, Norfolk; Margaret Cartwright of Newark, Notts; Karl Gray of Ipswich, Suffolk; Mrs Walsh of Pontprennau, Cardiff; Adrian Judd of Norwich, Norfolk; Deborah Edwards of Sandbach, Cheshire; Neil Williams of Slough, Berkshire and Gaynor Skidmore of Ashton-under- Lyne, Lancs.
Mrs Newstead, a teacher at Diss High School in Norfolk, was with two friends and her husband Paul when a crater near the summit erupted.
DISS uses a rigid label that supports more flat surface area--improving safety and streamlining processes.
It was kept in the future Royal's pencil case and she used it as a nine-year-old schoolgirl during lessons at the all-girl Riddlesworth Hall preparatory school in Diss, Norfolk.
Other pumps will soon open in the East of England at East Dereham, Lowestoft, Diss, and Ipswich and also at five sites in Somerset, in the South West of England.