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DN

Abbreviation for dibucaine number.

DN

Abbreviation for:
denervation
dentate nucleus
diabetic nephropathy
dibucaine number
Diploma in Nursing
Diploma in Nutrition
District Nurse 
Doctor of Nursing
donor number
double negative
drafting note
dysplastic naevus

DN

Diabetic nephropathy, see there.

DN

Abbreviation for dibucaine number test.

DN

Abbrev. for Diploma in Nursing or District Nurse.
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Louis, and two grandsons of the celebrated Daniel Boon, set out together, in advance of Sublette's party, thinking they would make their way through the mountains.
They went up the stone staircase leading simply to the long gallery above the cloisters, a gallery where all the dusty worthless old pictures had been banished for the last three generations--mouldy portraits of Queen Elizabeth and her ladies, General Monk with his eye knocked out, Daniel very much in the dark among the lions, and Julius Caesar on horseback, with a high nose and laurel crown, holding his Commentaries in his hand.
Daniel Grady, Esquire, would receive funds, vice Mulcahy, who "was unwell at this present time of writing.
Here they met with Daniel Boone, the renowned patriarch of Kentucky, who had kept in the advance of civilization, and on the borders of the wilderness, still leading a hunter's life, though now in his eighty-fifth year.
It is said, (Tacitus, Strabo, Josephus, Daniel of St.
At the kitchen door Daniel Byrne sat in his sleigh behind a big-boned grey who pawed the snow and swung his long head restlessly from side to side.
Fate had made Daniel Rackstraw a millionaire and a Radical, but at heart he was a spectator of football.
It is Daniel in the lion's den with a green cotton umbrella under his arm, all over again.
Strictly speaking, Daniel Cooper was one figure of the anglaise.
They all had the letter 'D' engraved upon their gold lockets, you remember, with your picture inside, and 'D' stands for Daniel as well as for Dorothy.
Weigh me the two, you Daniel, going to judgment, when your day shall come
An old man named Daniel Baker, living near Lebanon, Iowa, was suspected by his neighbors of having murdered a peddler who had obtained permission to pass the night at his house.