DETI


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DETI

"Don't even think it!" See digispeak.
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The headline DETI averaged 56 last year, sharply higher than the 53.7 recorded in 2016 and also better than 2015 when the index averaged 54.7.
Pro overeni hypotezy byl zvolen pripad soukrome lekarske praxe praktickeho lekare pro deti a dorost.
(2) Gorodok v tabakerke: Vzroslye o detiakh i deti o sebe.
A new social housing development in Belfast, Northern Ireland, will offer its residents a choice of next generation high speed broadband services, as a result of an initiative by the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment (DETI), responsible for telecomms policy in Northern Ireland.
The DETI report, which took 15 months to compile, said there had been excessive spending and widespread 'junketing' by the board of Into the West.
Atypicka (interstitialni) pneumonie deti vyvolana Pneumocystis carinii (atypical interstitial pneumonia of infants produced by Pneumocystis carinii).
In 1392, Guido di Tommaso Deti confided to the Florentine notary Ser Lapo Mazzei that their mutual acquaintance, the childless silk merchant Francesco Datini, "has [by building] given himself a child and a posthumous memorial." At first glance, Guido di Tommaso Deti's observation seems to bristle with profound insight into Francesco Datini's individual psychology.
The partners in the Fund are the Department of Enterprise Trade & Investment (DETI - GBP3.34 million), the European Investment Bank (GBP3.33 million), the electricity supplier Viridian Group Plc (GBP2 million) and a number of pension funds (GBP1.33 million).In its decision, the Commission took into consideration Northern Ireland's special status as an assisted region under the EU Guidelines on national regional aid.
Fathers and Sons Novel by IVAN TURGENEV, published in 1862 as Ottsy i deti. Quite controversial at the time of its publication, Fathers and Sons concerns the inevitable conflict between generations and between the values of traditionalists and intellectuals.
(4.)The relevant points are made in the first reviews of the Russian translation, "Deti Diadi Toma," by S.