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DTD offers services for employers, family, and the community as they look to solidify high moral and safety standards.
The proposita of the DTD family was born in SA in 1916 and initially examined in 1971 at the age of 55 years.
Foster Watson's sketchily annotated version is still the only available English translation of the DTD. Among the minor flaws in del Nero, however, one finds unpredictable omissions in the notes: Athenaeus, Petrus Crinitus, and Peter Textor get identified, but not Raphael of Volterra, Sulpicius Verulanus, Johannes Despauterius, or Isidore of Seville.
The chi-square test was used to compare the individual items (degree and pattern of attenuation, glandular size and margin, and degree and pattern of parenchymal enhancement) between normal thyroid and DTD. The sensitivity, specificity, positive and negative predictive values, and accuracy of CT for diagnosis of DTD were calculated.
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Station 3 of the DED requires the driver to dismount his vehicle and proceed to the DTD. After 30 minutes, a clean (decontaminated) driver drives the vehicle through the remainder of the DED.
As a subset of SGML, HTML is useful for publishing documents on Internet Web sites and does not require DTDs to be created.
The first chaper in the book is designed to refresh the reader's knowledge of DTD syntax.
Release 2.0 introduces an extensible markup language (XML) document type definition (DTD) for web-centric customer care.
Valid XML includes and conforms to a DTD (Document Type Definition).
In SGML, a formal specification called a DTD (Document Type Definition) accompanies every document.
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