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DIB

(1) (Directory Information Base) Also called "white pages," a database of names in an X.500 system.

(2) (Device Independent Bitmap) An internal data structure in Windows for creating graphics that are not tied to a particular output device. DIBs contain more information than a BMP file so that they can be displayed or printed on any device. When stored on disk, however, they become BMP files. See BMP file.

(3) (Dual Independent Bus) An enhanced bus architecture from Intel first implemented on the Pentium Pro chip. It provided two buses; one for connecting the CPU to system memory and another for the cache. The DIB enabled Pentium II CPU bus speeds to jump from 66 MHz to 100 MHz.
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Adnan Chilwan, Group CEO, DIB said, "2018 has once again seen DIB open the capital markets for the region with another successful Sukuk issuance.
Adnan Chilwan, Group CEO, DIB said: 2018 has once again seen DIB open the capital markets for the region with another successful Sukuk issuance.
DIB Active has already proven to be extremely popular and we've received an enormous amount of positive feedback so far.
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DIB Development also completed a seven-story, 24-unit rental building opposite Lutheran Medical Center in Bay Ridge, as well as, several industrial and office projects throughout neighborhoods like Sunset Park, Red Hook, Gowanus, East New York and South Brooklyn.
Since emerging from federal government support with DIB becoming its new majority shareholder in October 2010, Tamweel has been fully consolidated into DIB's financials since year-end 2010 with operational integration expected to be fully concluded by year-end 2013.
The 100 per cent acquisition of Tamweel will enable DIB to take advantage of the opportunities offered by the recovery and growth of the real estate sector.
We believe this offer is in the best interests of the shareholders, customers and stakeholders of both DIB and Tamweel,Ao
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