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DIG

Abbreviation for:
desmoplastic infantile ganglioglioma
Disablement Income Group 
Dog Identification Group
drug-induced galactorrhoea
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Emma Peters contributed six kills and seven digs and Jenna Kuehn added seven kills and 22 assists.
He also directed DIG special branch to immediately initiate exercise to verify the antecedents of all posted SHOs and submit report at the earliest so that the incompetent and corrupt elements could be taken to task.
Home design will embark on a dramatic shift in 2015, moving far away from the bright jewel tones and overused chevron and ikat patterns that took 2014 by storm," said Kerrie Kelly, Zillow Digs design expert.
We are not aware of any approach to the council to dig holes in Hearsall Common.
Nate Murphy, the paleontologist in charge of the dig, strolled over to take a look.
Rescue Archaeology was first conceived as a dig in MOMA's renowned sculpture garden, where Dion could focus on the remains of two town houses given to the museum by John D.
Their aim: to scour the area for a new site to dig.
As the first interactive teen and tween room makeover DVD, Digs a Go-Go makes Oliver's 22 years of design inspiration accessible by offering step-by-step, practical and affordable tips to help families transform childish, boring or downright embarrassing spaces into stunning showcases of style and individuality for both guys and gals.
With Zillow Digs, home shoppers and homeowners can find visual inspiration and, with patent-pending Digs Estimates for kitchens and bathrooms, can understand the real cost of remodeling projects by location.
Holly Gibson had 10 kills and nine digs, and Molly McClaughry added seven kills to lead Junction City to a 22-25, 25-12, 25-13, 25-15 victory at Pleasant Hill.
Ali Daley added 11 kills and seven blocks, and Kaitlin Sather recorded 10 kills for the Bruins, who received 42 assists and 17 digs from Nellie Spicer.
No more cursory, wide-ranging digs based on hunches that something interesting might turn up.