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Rohling would eventually start to import his DLs from the source and that changed the course of the breed throughout our country, but more on that later.
"Little things like that are the key to good bird dogs and one of the reasons why I like DLs so much.
DLS plans to offer these services at a large discount compared to its competitors, who are often too costly for the small servicer.
About DLS Servicing Consultants, LLC - DLS is a Woman-Owned, Small Business Enterprise operating in the mortgage servicing consulting and outsourcing industry for more than 15 years.
DLS is the infrastructure that delivers distributed learning by bringing training to the soldier anywhere, anytime, 24/7.
DLS is responsible for fielding multiple training systems simultaneously, with the success of each program directly impacting the Army's ability to meet its training mission.
Line 8517 was developed at University of California, Davis, and has the DLS trait (Gwathmey et al.
"Generally, most Deutsch Langhaars will adjust their working range to the bird species being hunted," said Hermann Rohling, president of the Deutsch Langhaar Gruppe Nordamerika, as he directed two DLs into a 40-acre stand of pasture grass.
This article will provide a reflective summary of results for this particular DL, discuss the methodological approaches taken to understand the evolving DL, and argue for multifaceted and longitudinal assessments of DLs in general.
The objectives of the hot greenhouse experiment were to select lines with and without heat tolerance and to make a preliminary assessment of whether there is an interaction between the genes conferring heat tolerance and DLS. The DLS-senescence traits were not obvious in this environment possibly because the plants were grown in a sterilized medium in pots.