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din

1 Judaism
1. a particular religious law; the halacha about something
2. the ruling of a Beth Din or religious court

din

2
Islam religion in general, esp the beliefs and obligations of Islam

DIN

Abbr. for “Deutsche Industrie Normal” (Germany Industry Standard).

DIN

Deutsche Institut fuer Normung. The German standardisation body, a member of ISO.

DIN

(Deutsches Institut fur Normung) The German national standards institute. With more than 30 thousand standards, DIN specifications are used worldwide. See DIN connector and DIN radio.
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Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah appeared in court to defend Ilm din Shaheed but the British court awarded him death sentence.
Din, who the court heard has mental health and gambling problems, didn't make a reference to any sum of money.
Din, now of Dryburn Way in Durham, and previously of Marton, Middlesbrough, admitted a single charge of blackmail.
Din, 27, from Durham, demanded money and said he would release the clip to the media unless they "matched the price" it could fetch, Bolton Crown Court was told.
General Secretary ANP Zamir Khan of Nowshera Kalan chaired the meeting of the members and announced the result of the reorganization, newly elected chairman Din Muhammad and president Wadan-u-Din were also present on the occasion.
A Parsi from Mumbai who studied at the Cathedral and John Connon School, Din left for Vancouver, Canada, in 1967.
Line of 1/32 and 1/16 DIN temperature controllers for extruders and mold-temperature controllers that require PID control for both heating and cooling.
Chamber of Commerce and the German Institute for Standardization (DIN) have established a free service DIN Info Point that gives U.
These shoreline samples were analyzed for DIN, B, and dissolved [N.
Temperature Controllers are available in all 4 DIN sizes and supply excellent temperature control with a minimum of set-up effort.
Former Warwickshire batsman Asif Din is suing Birmingham League Premier Division club Smethwick for unpaid match fees.
Ali Din had gone into the Co-op in Foleshill Road to buy food for his girlfriend's dog but was spotted by a manageress lining his pockets with goods.