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DAN

Abbreviation for:
data acquisition in neurophysiology
diabetic autonomic neuropathy
Disabled People’s Direct Action Network (Medspeak-UK)
duty assessment nurse (Medspeak-UK)
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Prison was no picnic, mostly characterised by appallingly primitive conditions though it occasionally allowed socialist prisoners to enjoy themselves, for instance, in organising a theatrical production (to which Dan was not admitted in the Peter and Paul fortress, though he did later attend a similar event in the Butyrki prison).
The Sapphire Now Conference allowed Dan Sciscente to showcase his product to a global audience and he firmly believes that Communi-T will add value to its users IT departments far beyond its cost.
But Teddy was pressing his finger to his lips, and Dan turned to see the mesomorph staring petulantly back at him.
Dan measured the distance the ball traveled when it was inflated with the manufacturer's recommended level of air pressure: 85 kilopascals (12 pounds per square inch).
Donald Judd, "New York Exhibitions: In the Galleries," Arts Magazine, April 1964, 31, quoted in Michael Govan, "Irony and Light," in Michael Govan and Tiffany Bell, Dan Flavin; A Retrospective (New York: Dia Art Foundation; Washingon, DC: National Gallery of Art, 2004), 31.
Dan then collects pictures and information on his chosen locations and the boats that will be used.
To finish the project, Dan constructed a great-looking oak cart.
Dan and I are home from our hike now, the hike that wasn't so enjoyable or beautiful after all.
Dan Berrigan remained underground for four months (during which time I and some friends helped him move about in the Boston area) before he was apprehended.
Dan Schaffer, qui exploite Corner Pockets, une salle de billard a Timmins, a lui aussi trouve l'evenement impressionnant.
The names of the paper companies Dan worked for have been swallowed up in acquisitions--Oxford Paper in Rumford, The Brown Company in New Hampshire, and SD Warren in Westbrook, ME, where he worked for 15 years.
Dan Froot and David Dorfman burst through the audience, gaudily dressed and slightly sleazy, in A Guy Called Dan-n-Dave, eventually playing clarinet and saxophone respectively and cavorting about the space, Dorfman losing the sole of his shoe in the process.