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DABS

[dabz or ‚dē‚ā‚bē′es]
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"We are grateful to DABS and the UAE authorites for taking charge of the situation and standing up for us.
"A little dab," replied Tom, before Jezza dragged him over to the corner with crew member Jonathan, who is apparently the resident dab expert.
While industry professionals creating dabs for legal purposes have the proper equipment and often create dabs through closed-extraction methods, home-made dabs created by amateurs have resulted in severe explosions.
As an aside, in 2004 the ICC introduced its new Dispute Board Rules, which included for both DRBs and DABs and also a hybrid between the two known as a Combined Dispute Board ('CDB').
The North Tees match earlier this month saw 12 out of 17 weigh in seven cod, 27 whiting, two flounder and one sand dab.
Abdul Satar Darzabi, MP from Jawzjan says he has asked DABS to explain the new tariff structure but has not received a proper response.
Monet sometimes stopped mixing paint on his palette and applied it directly to the canvas in small dabs.
The patent covers two or more dAbs, derived from any species, that are linked to one another, where at least one of the dAbs binds a target that increases the in vivo half-life.
UK telecomms company BT has announced it has acquired dabs.com plc, a UK Internet retailer of IT and technology products.
The deal brings a windfall to David Atherton, who has retained sole control of Bolton-based dabs since he founded it in 1990 as a mail order reseller.