DDM


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DDM

Abbreviation for:
demineralised dentin matrix
design decision matrix 
differential diagnosis manager
Diploma in Dermatological Medicine 
Doctor of Dental Medicine

DDM

Abbrev. for Diploma in Dermatological Medicine.
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Given its significantly different business model relative to its UK-quoted peers, its shares rank poorly on the DDM when compared to UK banks.
The temperature is then increased to 90[degress]C and stoichiometric amount of curing agent DDM was added to the mixture, stirred well for about 5-10 min.
DDM is becoming an essential part of the nation's key manufacturing industries such as aerospace, automotive, medical, and entertainment.
T-Systems DDM has some very clear ideas on the subject: in view of the fact that today clients attach increasing importance to marketing aspects, colour can be employed on bills and other documents as an image enhancer and an instrument for customer retention.
8220;I have been seeing overwhelming participations since the inception of DDM IT Quiz in the year 2011.
We believe that the collaboration between DDM and TNT can broaden the utilisation of the Group's hologram technology within the Chinese pop music industry and the Greater China market.
Four years after it was established, DDM is now bigger than KSL-TV on a revenue basis and almost as large as the print business.
EOS has done very well in DDM with its laser sintering systems, according to Wohlers.
Master Sheng Yen, founder of the Dharma Drum Mountain (DDM) Foundation located in Peitou, Taipei, explained that "retuning this 1,300-year-old Buddhist relic to its historic roots and restoring it to its original dignified completeness is much more important than keeping it here at the DDM.
Nina De Martini-Day, managing partner of DDM Development and Services, spoke about the city's the first ever assisted living residence specifically for low-income seniors--the 127-unit deSales residence in East Harlem.
The DDM," says Bonds, "is an advanced, two-dimensional model incorporating a comprehensive system of corrosion-control recommendations that balances the likelihood of a corrosion problem against the consequences of failure.