DBS system

DBS system

[¦dē¦bē ′es ‚sis·təm]
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and Thomson Consumer Electronics each said they plan to have a DBS system out next year to retail for less than $500.
Primestar Partners Ltd., which competes with the Thomson group, has unveiled plans to redesign equipment for its DBS system. It also plans a major advertising campaign [Story, page 52].
Mr Twigg suggested that a system be adopted internationally akin to the DBS system, the criminal records check system in the UK, adding: "We have an opportunity with the Safeguarding Summit that the British Government, DFID, is hosting in October to have a step change."
The figures are based on searching for the word "teacher" in the DBS system, which will bring back any post applied for containing the word teacher and could include for example, trainee teachers, yoga teachers, swimming teachers and head teachers.
The figures are based on searching for the word "teacher" in the DBS system, which will bring back any post applied for containing the word teacher and could include, for example, trainee teachers, yoga teachers, swimming teachers and head teachers etc.
This minimally invasive brain surgery uses the world's most advanced DBS system made in USA with remote iPod technology.
The researchers note that the patient was being treated with a rechargeable DBS system for neck dystonia.