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DEG

On drawings, abbr. for degree.
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Dividing the both sides of the above inequality by (n - 2) deg [f.
Looking to add depth of experience in the advertising industry, DEG has asked Tom Hansen to serve as a senior advisor to the firm.
Alan is small found in 1954 by MPC near Mosul, with 33-34 deg.
The thermometer in Birmingham topped 18 deg C/64 deg F which was warmer than Majorca, Rome, Corfu and Alicante - where it was raining.
Since many homes have more than one player, the actual number of set-top DVD players, portable DVD players, DVD recorders and DVD/VCR combination players has surpassed 135 million and the DEG estimates that 80 percent of households in the U.
Buzurgan, found by Elf in 1969, lies north of Basra and has 2 bn barrels of proven reserves in two Fms: Mishrif with 23 deg.
Seaside resorts such as Torquay, Newquay, Brighton, Bournemouth, Blackpool and Skegness are among the weekend's top 10 hotspots with the figures yesterday reaching 27 deg C (81 deg F).
The very objective of the government initiative is to cut down office energy consumption by setting room temperature at around 28 deg C (82.
DVD is the focal point of the home theater for Americans and the numbers continue to underscore that,'' said DEG Executive Director Amy Jo Smith.
Meteorologists had warned that temperatures could rise to 22 deg C (72 deg F), but the latest forecasts now predict nothing more spectacular than 16-18 deg C (61-64 deg F).
We look forward to MOD's participation in the DEG as we drive new synergies and discussions that have a positive impact on the digital entertainment industry.