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dun

1. a brownish-grey colour
2. a horse of this colour
3. Angling
a. an immature adult mayfly (the subimago), esp one of the genus Ephemera
b. an artificial fly imitating this or a similar fly
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DUN

(DialUp Networking) The dial-up networking capability in Windows 95/98. See Win Dial-up Networking.
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Berwick got off to the best possible start with a try from Gareth Hill in the first minute, but on eight minutes Duns hit back and scored, the conversion giving them a 5-7 lead.
There were two primary objectives for this integrity check: (1) identify USCG invoices paid to vendors that were not on GSA's System for Award Management (SAM) registration and (2) identify inconsistencies between key vendor information (such as TIN, DUNS, name, and address) in USCG data and the same attributes on SAM registration.
But they had to travel on to England because the Duns pitch was frozen.
Jafza has partnered with Dun & Bradstreet to generate and assign DUNS Numbers to all its members companies after validation of their data.
The accident happened at 8.30am on Thursday on the A6105 Duns to Greenlaw road.
When a non-DoD Agency requests your TPN or DUNS number to process a transaction, you should provide the "DOD" plus DoDAAC identifier (e.g., "DOD" plus HQ0019 equals DODHQ0019).
Organizations should verify that they have a DUNS number or take the steps to obtain one if there is a possibility that they will be applying for federal grants.
Duns of both species start appearing between 9:30 and 10:30 A.M.
The large Garnock support had the first chance to cheer as winger Ewan Jeans opened the scoring with a penalty but Barton's conversion of Scott Lindsay's try and a penalty three minutes later gave Duns a 10-3 lead.
Dun's Business Locator (DBL) is a DCD-ROM directory product designed to locate companies and to link to other Dun & Bradstreet products.
The Battle of Duns took place in 1639 on Duns Law, just north of the attractive town.