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dysprosium

 (Dy) [dis-pro´ze-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 66, atomic weight 162.50. (See Appendix 6.)

Dy

Symbol for dysprosium.

Dy

dysprosium.

Dy

symbol for the element dysprosium.

Dy

Symbol for dysprosium

Dy

chemical symbol, dysprosium.
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The DYS assay was weakly positive for 4 of the samples (0.
Notably, the average pain intensities were not significantly different between the DYS subgroup and the IS subgroup, although individuals in the AC subgroup reported significantly less intense pain than individuals in the other subgroups.
That year DYS had 49 youth in secure treatment beds and 90 in pretrial detention facilities (Aaron, 1986).
When the teen leaves the program, he usually goes back to the house of his legal guardians, according to Jennifer Graves, education and career counselor for DYS.
In 2007, the Alabama DYS residential population had grown to 1,200 youths held in a mix of state-operated institutions and privately-operated contract facilities.
Our goal is to provide opportunities for those who have been in the DYS system," said Mr.
Alabama DYS has a history of working with universities in developing model programs for youths committed to the department by the state's juvenile courts.
He told the Committee on Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities that DYS officials would have them believe the children in their custody are not likely to inflict serious harm.
Thomas Golden, D-Lowell, would also toughen penalties against juveniles who commit assaults in DYS facilities, including potential sentences in adult prisons.
Soon after, DYS was reformed to oversee all aspects of juvenile care for IDOC.
DYS has seen instances where customers aggregate email volume can be reduced by as much as 50% by enforcing email policies that are already established within that organization.