Dana


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

Dana

James Dwight . 1813--95, American geologist; noted for his work The System of Mineralogy (1837)

Dāna

almsgiving to poor, giftgiving to priests. [Hindu Rel.: Parrinder, 72]
References in periodicals archive ?
In 2013, Doha Bank added a new feature to the campaign to commemorate Al Dana s 10th Anniversary by giving away 10 Mercedes E-300 cars in monthly draws held for customers who have registered for the Al Dana programme for 2013.
Dana gas has a successful track record of gas discoveries in Egypt over the last ten years.
Dana Steel also stated that this is one of the most modern cut-to-length lines in the region capable of handling heavy and wide coils.
The entire Dana team is extremely committed to providing our customers the best solutions and service possible.
Dr Patrick Allman-Ward, CEO of Dana Gas, said they were excited to be partnering with BP in drilling the Oligocene play onshore in the Nile delta.
To be able to explain to anyone, I mean, really explain how painful it was being set on fire, is truly impossible,' Dana says.
According to MOL's data, at the end of the third quarter Dana held a three per cent stake.
Dana Common Historic and Archaeological District was formerly the institutional center of Dana, one of the four towns lost when the Quabbin Reservoir was created in the 1930s.
Team member, architect Hilina Milina, said the group from 6 countries; Britain, France, India, Belgium, Poland and Turkey, came to Dana for its attractive scenery and landscape.
Abu Dhabi-listed Dana, which has operations in the UAE, Egypt and Kurdistan, made quarterly profit of 147 million dirhams ($40 million), according to Reuters calculations.
Under the terms of the agreement, Dana will assume full ownership of AIL's axle drive head and final axle-assembly operations.
A ground breaking is typically about putting down roots," said Dana Chief Technology and Quality Officer George Constand.