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DAG

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DAG

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Dag(h)da

great god of Celts; father of Danu. [Celtic Myth.: Parrinder, 68; Jobes, 405]

Dag

(h)da god of abundance, war, healing. [Celtic Myth.: Parrinder, 68; Jobes, 405]
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Table III.- Effects of dietary supplementation with graded levels of 1,3-diacylglycerol (DAG) on blood lipids profiles in broilers.
Dag was captured and following his interrogation and the treatment of his injuries he moved to Stalag 12A at Limburg, one of Germany's worst POW camps where conditions were insanitary, rations poor and disease rife.
By the time that No 6 Commando achieved its aim of linking up with 6th Airborne, Dag Beardwood had been captured.
Unlike mud volcanoes, the Yanar Dag flame burns fairly steadily, as it involves a steady seep of gas from the subsurface.
Confirming his appointment Gorkela told ANI "As the DAG, I will now argue, all the cases of Uttarakhand state that are pending before the Apex Court.
The bench directed the DAG to contact secretary senate and ask him to provide the missing details.
DAG argued during the hearing that this case is of Lahore Cricket Tribunal and the head office of Cricket Board is also situated in Lahore.
At this DAG said that the prime minister had no concern with this report.
A video of the incident was caught on camera by a person accompanying Dag, and was posted on Facebook, Sunday.
DAG, in the case of Noor Kalim Shah, pleaded to grant time for submitting the report.
Maximum (2.35) LAI was observed at 126 DAG in genotype SAF-31 whereas lowest (2.10) was observed by exotic cultivars SAF-128 and SAF-129.
The Disability Advisory Group (DAG) was set up in 2006 following Stockton Council's consultation on its Disability Equality Scheme.