SED


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SED

skin erythema dose; see erythema dose, under dose.

SED

abbreviation for skin erythema dose. See threshold dose.

SED

1. Seriously emotionally disturbed, serious emotional disability/disorder.
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In case a Sed traffic officer asks a motorist to go the police station, motorists are urged to follow the instructions as quickly as possible to avoid delays in finalising procedures.
But TVs using SED technology can come in a slimmer form and use less power than CRT, liquid-crystal-display and plasma-display TVs.
Data in the literature are limited by the rarity of the syndrome, but the overall estimate of hearing loss associated with SED is 30 %.
Major General Al Hudaidi signed a memorandum with Brigadier Hussain Al Harithy, Chairman of Sed, who also serves as director of Traffic Engineering and Safety at Abu Dhabi Police on May 16 to activate Sed's role on Sharjah's roads.
The flat-screen SED TV, under development by Toshiba and Canon, takes advantage of the conventional cathode ray tube TV technology and features excellent picture quality and lower electricity consumption.
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TV maker Toshiba and camera manufacturer Canon, strong in the high-tech industry but a novice in the TV field, will now ''launch SED TVs in the fourth quarter of calendar year 2007,'' the two said in a statement.
Shoo sed it wer just a pity we din't 'ave a gret big dog, which maht 'ave given us some warnin' an' 'appens put off onny intruders.
Ah let it rest at that but sed 'at Ah could do wi' a new tube o' tooithpaste as mi other wer just abaat done.
President Fujio Mitarai on Tuesday unveiled a plan to start mass-producing a large-screen image display called SED in 2006.