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Deg

degeneration.

deg

1 abbreviation for degeneration.
2 abbreviation for degree.
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The DEG is a Los Angeles-based, industry-funded nonprofit corporation that advocates and promotes many consumer benefits associated with various home entertainment products, including both physical and digital media on a variety of platforms.
DEG has been growing steadily for several years, and these new personnel and financing opportunities give us a chance to be more aggressive and sustain this growth into the future," said Neal Sharma, CEO of DEG.
These four fields contain ultra-heavy oil (11-18 deg.
Today is set to be cooler, wetter and changeable in many areas, although London should still see temperatures up to 19 deg C (66 deg F).
This will result in a breeze from north Africa and sunny Spain bringing temperatures as much as 7 deg C above the normal.
Forecasters are predicting glorious weather for the region with temperatures hitting a high of 21 deg C/70 deg F by next Saturday.
The new agent can reduce the reaction temperature by about 100 deg C compared to conventional ones, while it increases heat resistance by 200 deg C.
DEG President Bob Chapek said strong player sales over the holiday season have enabled the entertainment industry to essentially create what he called ``a new fifth quarter,'' which continues the momentum from the robust fourth quarter.
Dujailah, a heavy oil find made in 1961 by BPC, tested 2,000 b/d of 14 deg.
9 deg C on the 6th) for three years, and the warmest day (19.
A deal has been inked by HNB PLC with the German Development Finance Institution DEG - Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft to lift up US$ 35 mn via a six (06) year senior long term loan.