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DEN

Abbreviation for:
Delay Event Notice 
denervation
Dengue virus
Device Experience Network
diethylnitrosamine
Drug Experience Network
doctors’ educational needs, see there
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Convinced that something was amiss with him, she rushed down the steps--for the house was none other than the opium den in which you found me to-night--and running through the front room she attempted to ascend the stairs which led to the first floor.
Now for the sinister cripple who lives upon the second floor of the opium den, and who was certainly the last human being whose eyes rested upon Neville St.
Clair was doing in the opium den, what happened to him when there, where is he now, and what Hugh Boone had to do with his disappearance--are all as far from a solution as ever.
Truly, your words have smitten my sinful heart, so that I will abide no longer in this den of evil, but will go forward with you.
I cannot stay longer, sweet friends," quoth Little John, as he pushed in betwixt the two cobs, "therefore I wish you good den.
I give you good den, brothers, and may ye have a pleasant journey henceforth.
And if there were a contest, and he had to compete in measuring the shadows with the prisoners who had never moved out of the den, while his sight was still weak, and before his eyes had become steady (and the time which would be needed to acquire this new habit of sight might be very considerable) would he not be ridiculous?
And he will count the one happy in his condition and state of being, and he will pity the other; or, if he have a mind to laugh at the soul which comes from below into the light, there will be more reason in this than in the laugh which greets him who returns from above out of the light into the den.
And away went the two, and we all stayed and had a regular turn-out of the den, till Martin came back with his hand bandaged and turned us out.
He had been driven to ensconce the nest in a corner of his already too- well-filled den.
That they speak in favour of life, though they sit in their den, these poison-spiders, and withdrawn from life--is because they would thereby do injury.
Here where the tarantula's den is, riseth aloft an ancient temple's ruins--just behold it with enlightened eyes!