dina


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dina

[′dī·nə]
(electronics)
An airborne radar-jamming transmitter operating in the band from 92 to 210 megahertz with an output of 30 watts, radiating noise in one side band for spot or barrage jamming; the carrier and the other side band are suppressed.
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Lawyers for Dina, Kim Mengkhy and Oa Piseth, claimed that Dina had sought to challenge his conviction at the Appeal Court, but during the trial hearing in August Dina was informed that the two other lawyers he had hired were not allowed to represent him.
The second rule is to always aspire for 'Growth,' Dina said.
After discussing all of their options, but agreeing that a regular facility is not something they want for their mother, Jack, Ashley and Traci will determine it may be best for Dina to return to Paris, where her initial doctor and a team of nurses can care for her in the comfort of her own home.
Dina would later admit that there was a lack of a good rapport with her aunt Fatima
Till Dina's marriage proposal surfaced, Dina had the best of relations with her father.
Ehtasham Anwar, researcher and writer, lamented that no official or in official reference was held in connection with the death of Dina Jinnah, the only daughter of Quad-e-Azam.
The daughter-father relationship never deepened after Dina s marriage.
Quoting family sources, Samaa TV said that Dina (98) was the only child of Muhammad Ali Jinnah and his second wife Rattanbai Petit who was also known as Maryam Jinnah.
COMPLICATED: Dina and Scott struggle to communicate Although they're adults and legally able to consent to take part, their very different levels of emotional maturity make for uncomfortable viewing.
In the doubles competitions, Dina Meshref and Nadeen El-Dawlatly won silver.
Basso sostiene que la vinculacion directa entre la CIA y la Dina "se establece" en la causa judicial sustanciada por el ministro Jorge Zepeda, que investigo la asociacion ilicita entre el organismo chileno de inteligencia y Colonia Dignidad.