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DIG

Abbreviation for:
desmoplastic infantile ganglioglioma
Disablement Income Group 
Dog Identification Group
drug-induced galactorrhoea
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A large number of people were seen standing in line in front of these dug well to get drinking water in buckets and water cooler.
In experiments he found that during spring and early summer, many vegetables on the dug beds, especially radish, onions and spinach, started growing more slowly, and that in the undug beds the leaves of spinach and lettuce were thicker and glossier, the radish roots were shinier and the onions had a deeper colour.
One of the diggers - known only as Dweeb - said: "It's the best tip I've ever dug.
Notworthy is that the Iraqi Digging Company had been established in 1991 and had dug 1,874 oil wells since its establishment, according to its Director Hassiry.
If you are autumn or winter digging, pick days when the ground isn't too hard or wet and leave it rough dug, letting the winter frosts break up the soil more, and allowing birds to pick off soil pests.
The unique logo was created in support of the exclusive fashions dug has to offer.
A primary part of the overall mission of DUG is " to bring together and make available valuable resources from Dynamo experts, end-users, and ATG which enable the entire community to get the most from their IT investments.
An adjacent bed of the same size was single dug south of the first bed.
Prepare your shovels and pumps; Dig Dug REMIX is now on iPhone and iPod touch.
As hours ticked toward the deadline for getting usable data, "I dug the biggest hole of my life," he says.
Laitinen calls the stones dug from the three different earth layers, not objects of geological research, but art.
Jackson Woodhollow is showing no mercy on DIG DUG having defeated many an underground foe