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DET

(organic chemistry)

DET

1. On drawings, abbr. for detail.
2. On drawings, abbr. for “detached.”
3. Abbr. for “double end trimmed.”
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Det Gda Fergal O'Flaherty and Det Gda Jonathan Brady told Special Criminal Court they recognised the defendant after viewing press photos.
He added he let it be known and at that point he knew the identity of the gunman and withdrew from the room with Det Sgt O'Toole.
Las extremidades superiores de tos cadaveres fueron disecadas reatizando una incision tongitudinat En ta parte anterior det brazo desde et acromion hasta 3 cm por debajo de ta articutacion det codo; se reatizaron incisiones horizontates a nivet proximat y distat det inicio y terminacion de cada incision tongitudinat; se removieron ta piet y et tejido cetutar subcutaneo para exponer ta muscutatura det compartimiento anterior det brazo.
For a sikre at intervensjonen Undervisning og veiledning i gruppe ble standardisen i hoyest mulig grad, ble det utarbeidet en protokoll med detaljert innhold.
Material examinedElazig: Maden, Kaslica, 38o30'17N39o41'26E, 1743 m, 19.VI.2012, 1, det., A.
Det Insp Mead, who is married and has two children, became the district department inspector in CID In Redcar and Cleveland.
The Det. 6 Spartans contributed 40.6 hours in support of Operation Guardian.
I am also pleased on behalf of our many shareholders, that Det norske's market capitalization has passed the ten billion mark (NOK)'
The broker said in an update on Det norske that it continues to see an excellent risk to reward ratio compared to Norwegian rivals.
Det Chief Supt Wilson was also behind the probe into killer Steven Grieveson, dubbed the Sunderland Strangler after he horrifically murdered 15-year-olds David Hanson and David Grieff and Thomas Kelly, 18, before burning their bodies.
His citation reads: "Without consideration for his own safety Det Insp Mulligan single-handedly captured and detained the two men until other patrols were able to come to assist."