DAGU


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DAGU

Abbreviation for:
Disability Advisory Group for Users (Medspeak-UK)
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Others were: Moses Dagu and Erastus Kortaaya were arraigned on two-count charge bordering on the joint act and public nuisance.
On June 5, 1900, Vice Admiral Edward Seymour, Royal Navy, Commander in Chief, British China Squadron, the senior naval officer present in the port of Taku (Dagu), took the initiative.
Gulmarg Gondola is the world's second highest operating cable car since the closure in 2008 of the Merida cable car in Venezuela and the opening in 2008 of the Dagu Glacier Gondola in Sichuan, China which reaches 4843 meters.
IN ASCII], in 2008, and a full-length novel in this genre, Dagu aoheng
Ei crasu'n grimpyn yn y pobty, prynu paced o Rizla am geiniog, a rowlio cigarette dew, wel son am dagu a chyfogi wedi dim ond un anadl o'r mwg sawrus.
Similarly, their language is not referred to as 'Tidung' but rather dagu pagun, 'the language of the ulun pagun,' although the dialects are shared with ulun daud.
It is the largest freshwater lake wetland of the North China Plain (38[degrees]43'-39[degrees]02'N, 115[degrees]38'-116[degrees]07'E), covering an area of 366 [km.sup.2] (Dagu water level 10.5 m [15], which is zero in 1902 in Tanggu of Tianjin setting up a tide gauge as the basis).
While the Chinese Dagu chicken is an important animal resource, little characterization of ADRA1B and PPARGC1B genetic polymorphisms and possible correlations with egg performance in indigenous Chinese breeds has been performed (Park et al., 2006; Akhmetov et al., 2009; Lee et al., 2011).
A quite different set of associations is apparent, however, in DAGU, 2016, a quilt cut into a distinctive polygon that echoes Frank Stella's De la nada vida a la nada muerte (From Life Nothing to Death Nothing), 1965--a seminal work that demonstrated what Michael Fried called "deductive structure," in which the frame of the painting determines the pattern that constitutes the entire composition.
For generations, smallholder pastoralists like Hamed who live on the products of their livestock have used scouts, indigenous knowledge and "dagu," or verbal exchange within their semi-nomadic communities, to find good pasture and water sources.
Dyma deyrnged hynod ddiffuant, a theyrnged sydd, mewn mannau, yn gwneud i chi dagu ag emosiwn.