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DDS

(communications)

DDS

(1)

DDS

(2)
Digital Data System.

DDS

(3)

DDS

(1) (Digital Data Storage) See DAT.

(2) (Data Dictionary System) See QuickBuild and OpenDDS.

(3) (Dataphone Digital Service) A private line digital service from AT&T with data rates from 2.4 to 56 Kbps.

(4) (Digital Data Service) A private line digital service from carriers other than AT&T.
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The acronym DDS originally stands for Duterte Death Squad, an alleged group of people who kills criminals at the orders of Duterte when he was still mayor of Davao City.
Mr Gibson also assured PSUB that DDS would continue to support the project.
'Yellow' is known to be associated with the Liberal Party (LP), while 'DDS' is in reference to supporters of President Rodrigo Duterte who identified themselves as 'Diehard Duterte Supporters.'
In the circuit shown in Figure 4, due to the possible high frequency of the VCO and the existing limitation on the clock frequency of the DDS, its frequency predivider is used.
The cases were referred to early intervention center for DDs by either parents, teacher, or physicians.
Yeun-Ju Kim, RDH, BA; Won-Gyun Chung, DDS, PhD; Yang- Hee An, RN, HCNS, PhD; Chun-Bae Kim, MD, MPH, PhD; Nam-Hee Kim, RDH, MPH, PhD
* UP4 Adult: UP4 Adult replaces Probioplus DDS, and now has an increased potency from 10 billion up to 15 billion CFU per serving of L.
"Data Distribution Service", or DDS, and is a vendor- neutral publish/subscribe standard from the Object Management Group (OMG).
First described in 1962 by Kennedy, Linton, and Eaton, DDS is an acute neurological dysfunction of hemodialysis with clinical manifestations of general malaise, mild headache, hypertension, nausea, vomiting, muscle cramps, tremors, blurred vision, seizures, convulsions, altered consciousness, coma, and in some cases, death (Patel, Delal, & Penesar, 2008).
The DDS which will be effective as of June 15, 2013, will help settle everything from mortgage instalments to credit card bills, and any other financial commitments.
Patterson Dental offers DDS Rescue in addition to its PattLock online backup system.
A previously healthy 15-year-old female was brought to the emergency department with a history of intentional ingestion of DDS (7.2 g) and small quantities of azathioprine, methotrexate, methylprednisolone and prednisolone.