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(1) (Data Instrumentation Systems) See DST.

(2) (Dis) A virtual machine. See Inferno.


god of nether world; identified with Pluto. [Rom. Myth.: Leach, 315]
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Contractor May Be Asked To Provide An Experienced Project Manager To Assist The Diss Designee
You can't have blank walls, it's just not an option, they're forced to do it so we've borne this out of a very dire need to help them," said Diss.
CACI predicts there will be a high level of cannibalisation between the new Diss store and other Tesco stores in the region.
A t-statistic was computed between the DISS mean scores for both the Canadian and United States students in relation to gender.
diss, Columbia University, 1998); Andrew Hunt, "Rethinking the Sixties: Searching for New Directions," Journal of Social History, vol.
For a discussion of this and other developments, see the Tax Clinic, edited by William Diss and Robert Rosen, in the January 1994 issue of The Tax Adviser.
Interactive Entertainment announces the launch of The Clique: Diss and Make Up, in stores now on Nintendo DS[TM].
songstress heard about the "Royals" hitmaker's diss, but said it wasn't even mildly offensive.
Ian Tomlinson, 24, of no fixed address, carried out three attacks on men at Ipswich, Diss and Colchester train stations over a ten-day period in June last year.
The child is then sent a link for them to click in order to download Know Diss.
There are a couple of market towns nearby, including Diss, which has independent shops.