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DIG

Abbreviation for:
desmoplastic infantile ganglioglioma
Disablement Income Group 
Dog Identification Group
drug-induced galactorrhoea
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Ion exchange resin bags were placed randomly inside six bear digs and within the 2-m perimeter of undisturbed meadow surrounding each particular dig to determine relative amounts of [Mathematical Expression Omitted] and [Mathematical Expression Omitted] in the soil solution (Binkley and Matson 1983, Binkley et al.
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We are thrilled to receive TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence four years in a row," said Ed Mumm, Dig This' Owner and Founder.
Both species dig with their oversize, paired front teeth.
It was probably a transitional species--a life-form that evolved sometime between dinosaurs and birds, says paleontologist Luis Chiappe, who was also on the Gobi dig.
We are thrilled to partner with Canyon Ranch SpaClub[R] at the Venetian[R] and the Palazzo[R] on this unique package," said Ed Mumm, Dig This Owner and Founder.
No more cursory, wide-ranging digs based on hunches that something interesting might turn up.
Apart from scale, what the Tate Thames Dig adds is an emphasis on collective work.
According to the Common Ground Alliance, 49 percent of Americans who plan to dig this year will put their community's safety at risk by not calling 811 to learn the approximate location of underground utilities.
Dogs will dig for many reasons including boredom, foraging/hunting rodents and creating a cool place to lie down.
Namco Offers a Twist on a Classic with Dig Dug REMIX
com)-- Dig This[R], America's first heavy equipment playground, has received TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence for earning exceptional traveler reviews over the past 12 months.