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Dil

Abbreviation for 1,1 -dioctadecyl-3,3,3 ,3 -tetramethylindocarocyanine perchlorate.
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In a welcome address, the foundation chairman Dil Jan Khan said the foundation had set up a hospital in Begulkhel village aimed at providing healthcare facilities to poor people of around 8-10 villages.
We are thankful to USAID-SGAFP for providing DIL an opportunity to reach children in remote areas with a focus on improving their reading skills and develop lifelong learning,' he remarked.
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil has been cleared by the censor board and we are gearing up for its release during Diwali on October 28.
Another company that has been heavily involved in the use of DIL simulators is Italian outfit Danisi Engineering.
In this article, we present a patient with ankylosing spondylitis (AS) who developed DIL after 1 year of treatment with infliximab.
He has Fergus take pictures out of his wallet, and from Fergus's viewpoint, the camera focuses on two recurrent images: the first "is of Jody, in cricket whites, smiling, holding a bat," and the second is "of Jody and a beautiful black woman" (190), whom we later know to be his fiancee, the biologically-male woman, Dil.
Since Dil and the Bear opened in May 2013, it has become renowned for its choice of delectable homebaked treats.
Summary: Yesterday, July 22, the Kyrgyz Deputy Prime Minister Valeri Dil held a meeting with businessmen from the province of Umbria (Italy).
The facility for DIL was structured alongside senior debt provided by five regional lenders and equity provided by DIL's parent with a total project cost of AED 700 million.
The project on construction of Kambarata-1 hydro-electric power station is under the question, Vice Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Valeriy Dil said at the meeting of the Parliament on June 2.
Second in the Purdue Information Literacy Series, this book uses the results of the Data Information Literacy (DIL) project to effectively teach DIL skills.