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DIM

days in milk.
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Here was the top of the stairs, with a fine large dim descent and three spacious landings to mark off.
This only could it be - this only till he recognised, with his advance, that what made the face dim was the pair of raised hands that covered it and in which, so far from being offered in defiance, it was buried, as for dark deprecation.
They did not know that this awful chamber lay just before them, or it were doubtful that they would have proceeded farther; but they saw that those they sought had come this way and so they followed, but within the gloomy interior of the chamber they halted, the three chiefs urging their followers, in low whispers, to close in behind them, and there just within the entrance they stood until, their eyes becoming accustomed to the dim light, one of them pointed suddenly to the thing lying upon the floor with one foot tangled in the coverings of the dais.
Her eyes--the dim black eyes that must once have been irresistibly beautiful--looked at Emily so sadly that the generous girl reproached herself for having doubted her father's friend.
DIMS offers product solutions for both county and statewide voter registration requirements.
Once avidin binds the quencher, it would no longer get close enough to the polymer to dim flourescence, they predicted.
We partnered with DisastersNet because DIMS enables us to best prepare for emergency situations.
To explain the 1 [degree] C cooling of the little Ice Age relative to today, the sun would have to dim by five times the amount seen during the 1980s.
As a result, the DIMS offers a flexible business information application designed to ensure that business workflows from existing and future earth observation missions can be easily integrated into the operational system, keeping mission data easily accessible and available for analysis for many years.
Pluto's south polar cap is extremely bright, while the north polar cap appears dim.