DDE


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DDE

DDE

(Dynamic Data Exchange) A message protocol in Windows that allows application programs to request and exchange data between them automatically.
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In 2017, DDE hosted tenders attended by over 130 international buyers, with the opening of Almas Diamond Services DMCC, the UAE's first diamond polishing facility, in November, further elevating the DDE's global standing.
This is an exciting chapter for Stargems and we are thrilled to partner with the DDE, a facility that is synonymous with the highest possible industry standards," said Shailesh Javeri, Chairman, Stargems Group.
Though other modes of interprocess communication, like Object Linking and Embedding (OLE), is also used in computing, DDE is frequently used because of its simplicity.
DDE on the other hand simply enhances all details equally, regardless of the temperature range that they happen to be in.
The team was comprised of Director DDE, Dr Chandan Lal, Deputy Directors Mohammad Ibrahim Khokhar, Dr.
Both DDT and its breakdown products DDE and DDD are highly persistent in the environment.
It will be the third rough diamonds tender organised by the DDE this year.
DDE, which concentrates in fat, was found in 70% of controls and 80% of cases.
In a case-control study involving 86 Alzheimer's patients and 79 healthy elderly controls, researchers found that DDE levels were almost four times higher in serum samples from Alzheimer's patients than in controls.
We are delighted to join the DDE as it is the first diamond exchange to formalise the importance of the African producers.
Teeth with DDE are more susceptible to caries, insofar as these teeth have retentive areas that make them more susceptible to the accumulation of bacterial plaque.
On 21 November 2003, DDE applied for leniency in accordance with the Commission notice on immunity from fines and reduction of fines in cartel cases (OJ 2002 C 45, p.