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DET

(organic chemistry)

DET

1. On drawings, abbr. for detail.
2. On drawings, abbr. for “detached.”
3. Abbr. for “double end trimmed.”
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The cumulative term live birth rate per woman increased from 37% in the DET period to 42% in the eSET period.
Cooper (1985) showed that, in general, DET and IND cultivars responded differently to row width and plant density.
DET, established in 1988 and listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand in 1995 (symbol: "DELTA"), is the world's leading manufacturer of power supply solutions for telecom, high-end servers, storage products, networking equipment and consumer electronics devices.
The decision to award the 2012 contract should have been authorised by the trustees of DET.
DET has plans to increase this number over the next year.
According to DET Director Jack King, "The Massachusetts Workforce Training Fund is designed to help leading edge companies on the move, like Varian Semiconductor, obtain the resources to provide employees with the necessary job-related training they need.
Under Cox's partnership with the Department of Employment and Training, the DET will utilize Cox's broadband network to eventually permit residents to access and view available job listings and other employment-related information from the privacy and comfort of their homes.