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DDS

 
1. Doctor of Dental Surgery.

DDS

Abbreviation for Doctor of Dental Surgery.

DDS

abbr.
1. Doctor of Dental Science
2. Doctor of Dental Surgery

Mohr-Tranebjaerg syndrome

An autosomal recessive neurodegenerative syndrome (OMIM:304700) characterised by postlingual progressive sensorineural deafness as the first presenting symptom in early childhood, followed by progressive dystonia, spasticity, dysphagia, mental deterioration and cortical blindness.

Molecular pathology
Defects of TIMM8A, which encodes a translocase, cause Mohr-Tranebjaerg syndrome.

DDS

Abbreviation for Denver Developmental Screening Test.

DDS

Abbrev. for Doctor of Dental Surgery.
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No more Dewey Decimal System or Library of Congress classification for me.
Important developments during gilded age America include the development of the Dewey decimal system, the founding of the American Library Association, and the establishment of a library school at Columbia University.
championships by Katharin Dewey, granddaughter of the inventor of the Dewey decimal system, who is also credited with bringing the sport to Lake Placid.
In her 13 years as a Springfield Public Library volunteer, the 82-year-old Berry has proven as reliable as the Dewey decimal system. Other book shelvers have come and gone, but Berry has outlasted them all.
The individual pieces include: Turn Up The Radio; Little Baby Brother; The History Of Declan Rae; Dewey Decimal System; Song of The Paled Pirates; Geometry; Aidan's Train; Art Car; You've Got To Move; Speed of Love; Cat In A Bathysphere; Stuffed Animal Boy; Turn Up The Radio (Reprise); and the title piece, Educated Kid.
The Dewey Decimal System, according to which most of the public libraries in the United States are organized, is a cultural interpretation of how knowledge is interrelated (Cooper, 2004).
As a themed hotel, each of the facility's 10 floors is categorized by the Dewey Decimal system, as is its book collection of 10,000-plus volumes.
The bibliophile theme is carried to an extreme as each floor is assigned a subject from the Dewey Decimal System. That's right -- you can tell people to meet you in room nine hundred point zero zero six (this is the junior suite, biography is the subject and history is the floor.) It's a quirky idea, executed in an obsessively thorough fashion.
The public has always identified librarianship with the Dewey Decimal System and the process of cataloging, but to us, reference epitomized the profession with its pervasive service component.
Recommendations range in radicalness from providing a monthly book club to dispensing of the Dewey Decimal System in favor of a shelving structure more akin to bookstores.
Doesn't the infamous Dewey Decimal System provide for the inclusion of religion?