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DNB

Abbreviation for Diplomate of the National Board (of Medical Examiners).
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The roofing staff in DNB Roofing understands the importance of well-executed and superior roofing.
S and T and DNB expect to complete the transaction during the fourth quarter of 2019 after satisfaction of customary closing conditions, including regulatory approvals and the approval of the shareholders of DNB.
The stoichiometric ratio between DNB and ENB (40%, 50%, 60%) and the corresponding insertion rate of the ENB in copolymers were 23.1%, 32.3%, 35.7%.
1, 4- dinitrobenzene (1, 4- DNB) of MERCK chemicals was purified by drying it under vacuum over P2O5 (m.p found 172.5C: reported 173C).
During 2013, DNB's loan-loss provisions fell by more than 30%
On August 2, 2010 DnB NOR had announced its plans to exercise its contractual option to acquire the Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale's 49 percent ownership interest in DnB NORD.
The MoU was signed by Paul Koster, Chief Executive of the DFSA, and Henk Brouwer, Executive Director of the DNB, following a visit to Sweden where the DFSA entered into another MoU with the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority.
The DNB's primary charge must be to serve the professional dance community by notating dances of living choreographers, notating dances of deceased choreographers when they are set by associates, and reconstructing dances from the past and present.
DIVISION ONE: Birkenhead St Mary's 109-5 Southport T 105; Haydock DNB. Rainford 135-5; Norley Hall 2376D.
TESTS: 1st v New Zealand: 63 & DNB, 2-63 & 1-40.
This book on women and the Dictionary of National Biography (DNB) is a continuation of Gillian Fenwick's work on the famous biographical dictionary which include The Contributors' Index to the Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1901) (1989) and Leslie Stephen's Life in Letters (1993).