DEB


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DEB

Abbreviation for:
debridement
Dental Estimates Board 
dietary electrolyte imbalance
dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa
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We've not only achieved this, but exceeded goals I had for Deb when we initially set out.
Deb now runs her own company called Purely Disposables, which sells compostable cups and lids.
They took wild species like Oryza rufipogon and Oryza nivara and selected desirable traits for, as Deb describes, "better yield, grain size, and other agronomic or cultural values.
As one of the important factors that influenced animal production performance, the DEB had a close relationship with animal growth performance.
Pipeline analysis: comprehensive data split across different stages of development, emerging trends and DEB designs in development, including investigation of DEB coating technology, antiproliferative agent used, balloon and catheter design and durability.
However, Mr Deb followed them but fell as he stepped out of the shop.
But can Deb and Dexter actually make it past this death?
Cassidy Turley will work with DEB to manage all components of the program, from store planning and design through construction, fixturing, closeout, and opening.
Deb, of Brownhills, Staffordshire, joined Weight-Watchers and swapped biscuits, crisps and curries for fruit and low-fat meals.
To me, the excerpt of the Chaudhuri chapter, 'The Great Gatsby,' which I read in Caravan's February issue, was striking because Deb eschewed both these common responses to Chaudhuri in his approach.
Deb Bourn, from Kingstanding, has undertaken voluntary work at Stillbirth and Neonatal Death charity Sands since she lost her baby Alfie at 20 weeks in 2005.
DEB therapy delivers a controlled dose of Paclitaxel to the coronary artery during balloon angioplasty.