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DSD

Abbreviation for dry sterile dressing.

disorder of sex development

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DSD

The technical, preferred term for hermaphroditism or pseudohermaphroditism.
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With DFF being a part of DFRE's strategy to leverage the multi-faceted festivals and events sector to support Dubai's Tourism Vision 2020, we have also been fortunate to receive the wholehearted support of our partners in the private sector to stir up immense excitement in the local and regional culinary scene.
In keeping with its name, DFF screenings include a (completely optional) drinking game, the rules of which are printed on programs and announced as the lights dim.
En relacion al numero de cormos se observaron diferencias significativas en el menor numero de cormos producidos bajo cobertizo de baja DFF en comparacion con cualquiera de los otros ambientes (Figura 3), aunque las diferencias no fueron significativas al comparar estos entre si.
Independent UK Logistics consultancy DFF International has won a major contract with the UN's World Food Programme to develop a transport management strategy to be implemented for key emergency famine relief locations around the world.
The passengers, from Northumberland, were on a day trip with DFF Travel.
The passengers were on a day trip from Stakeford, near Ashington, Northumberland, with a company called DFF Travel, a police spokesman said last night.
The passengers were on a day trip from Stakeford, Northumberland, with DFF Travel.
The group - including a woman aged over 90 - came from Stakeford, Northumberland, with DFF Travel.
Death and rebirth followed one another in seamless continuity on the first of the year, as the former East German DFF (Deutscher Fernseh Funk) went out of business and was replaced by the Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk (MDR), which is headquartered in Leipzig.
is centered around National Dance Day, an annual celebration that takes place on the last Saturday in July and was launched in 2010 by Nigel Lythgoe, DFF co-president and co-creator and executive producer of Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance.