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doe

the female of the deer, hare, rabbit, and certain other animals

DOE

U.S. Department of Energy.

doe

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(vertebrate zoology)
The adult female deer, antelope, goat, rabbit, or any other mammal of which the male is referred to as buck.

DOE

Abbr. for the US Department of the Environment.

DOE

Distributed Object Environment: a distributed object-oriented application framework from SunSoft.
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Nevertheless, Boeing and the DOE have repeatedly said the radioactive gases released from the reactor were largely harmless.
Running through November, the Doe Fund will clean sidewalks and the Boardwalk, empty trash bins and remove posters, stickers and graffiti from street furniture.
The federal law does have language stating, "Nothing in this Act shall be construed to .
The DOE standards require that the name, date of birth and Social Security number associated with an electronic signature must be authenticated by a third party against an approved database;
DOE has awarded 43 plant-wide assessments in six rounds of solicitations.
In 1996, a DOE FOIA officer asserted that records from a reactor safety committee at Los Alamos National Laboratory were not classified but possibly "sensitive.
States with nascent DOE cleanup efforts often have to compete for limited funds.
Neither of these conditions were met in the Baby Doe case.
The only sources of the isotope in the United States were particle accelerators at DOE labs, where copper-67 was occasionally made by piggybacking its production onto some other activity--typically a physics or nuclear-weapons experiment.
Peter Yerace, waste coordinator for the Department of Energy's Fernald project in Ohio, displays an overhead slide: PUBLIC PERCEPTION PROBLEMS: FEARS OF RADIATION, SUSPICION OF DOE.
After that, however, Doe thought it was all over--until he found out about a statute signed into law in Massachusetts last August.
Unfortunately, the real-life result is that the DOE allows its contractors to decide whether to defend a case, to choose the lawyers (subject to approval by the DOE), and to exert tremendous influence over decisions such as whether to settle or go to trial.