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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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These I added for the sake of honour when I came to England," said Imam Din Adam smiled the ghost of a little smile that I began to remember, and we put him on the big couch for refreshments.
Wait to take him to his cot when he grows weary," said his mother, and Imam Din retired into the shadow by the ancestral portraits.
Therefore I packed it between our shirts," said the voice of Imam Din.
Occasionally one would raise his shrill scream or thunderous roar in answering challenge to the savage din of the anthropoids, but none came near to investigate or attack, for the great apes, assembled in all the power of their numbers, filled the breasts of their jungle neighbors with deep respect.
As the din of the drum rose to almost deafening volume Kerchak sprang into the open space between the squatting males and the drummers.
They looked at one another questioningly, for here was a sound so hideous that their own frightful din faded into insignificance beside it.
The open forges of armorer and smithy smoked and hissed, and the din of hammer on anvil rose above the thousand lesser noises of the castle courts, the shouting of commands, the rattle of steel, the ringing of iron hoof on stone flags, as these artificers hastened, sweating and cursing, through the eleventh hour repairs to armor, lance and sword, or to reset a shoe upon a refractory, plunging beast.
Five minutes had not elapsed, before a long and shrill whistle was heard through the din and noise of the square of the Buytenhof.
After which superb display she retired, escorted by Jamie, both making a fearful din blowing on conch shells.
Remember," he said, in a voice that made itself heard above the din, "that as you show mercy now to the proletariat, some day will that same proletariat show mercy to you.
Then once again, the louder for the mourning pause, we hear the din of battle.
You can find subjects enough to talk about sometimes, and when you know how important it is to keep up Miss Bray's spirits, and interest her, and all that, it really is quite extraordinary to me what can induce you to keep on prose, prose, prose, din, din, din, everlastingly, upon the same theme.