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DEB

Abbreviation for:
debridement
Dental Estimates Board 
dietary electrolyte imbalance
dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa
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Debs went on to lose three stones and seven pounds to secure her personal achievement target and credits it to both the generous eating plan and the support of her Slimming World group.
Deb has recorded her incredible journey in a string of video diaries and Adam, who operates under the name Fibro Guy, has been making them into a mini documentary for his website.
Debs added: "With Rett Syndrome, the research does show the girls don't have any brain damage.
Debs first began making contemporary furniture such as the 'floating stool' -- a clear plastic ottoman with the bright fabric cushion placed almost in the middle, giving it the appearance of floating within the stool.
Despite the crippling costs involved, it seems penny-pinching isn't an option where the Debs is concerned.
It had legitimized those freedoms, so by the time that Debs was released from prison after serving three years, the American people began thinking that First Amendment rights meant the right to oppose the government even in time of war.
Thus, the conviction of Debs must be placed within the historical context of World War I patriotism and concerns about the Bolshevik Revolution.
Author Ernest Freeberg describes Debs as a radical "in an American grain.
Debs was born in 1855 in Terre Haute, Indiana, population 8,500, where religion and community played an important role at all gatherings.
suits at the GQ Awards - and they certainly made Debs laugh.
The nation had been at war for a year when the Socialist leader Eugene Debs spoke in Canton, Ohio, outside a prison where three Sodalists were serving time for opposing the draft.
40) Debs and others sought to transform the intemperate drinking culture of the railroader at home and at work by connecting the discipline and restraint of respectable manhood with what it meant to be a "real" railroader.