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DEB

Abbreviation for:
debridement
Dental Estimates Board 
dietary electrolyte imbalance
dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa
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Abolition of child labor, equal pay for equal work for women, and pensions for both men and women were among 'radical' causes supported by Debs during the early 20th century J.
Clyde Miller, a Cleveland Plain Dealer reporter, was so outraged by these words that he campaigned, both through his publication and by directly lobbying a federal prosecutor, to have Debs punished.
Much of our childhood was spent riding Sam, our horse, and we shared some wonderful times together in the summer, although I am not sure Debs would think so.
Debs, who will be helping to build a health dispensary in Africa, has a 34C bust- but that's the only statistic of her size 10 figure she can remember
Among socialists in all countries in the period, it is tempting to see a sharp dichotomy between peaceful "revisionists" and violent "revolutionaries," with Debs safely in the former camp.
Deb Group is the world's leading away from home system company with dedicated programs for all occupational sectors.
Debs, 37, and husband Tony, 47, had joked Pippa, five, might get a brother or sister for her birthday.
Ninety years ago, at the time The Progressive was born, Debs was nationally famous as leader of the Socialist Party, and the poet James Whitcomb Riley wrote of him:
Similarly, over half of physicians who currently do not use DEBs expect to adopt them for peripheral vascular treatment in the next year.
Debs, who "stands alone," Molloy remarks, "at the acme of the American socialist pyramid, a symbol of courage and dedication even to those not associated with the cause.