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Deg

degeneration.

deg

1 abbreviation for degeneration.
2 abbreviation for degree.
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He said the DEG will eventually include the investigation of their personnel's bank records aside from the payslip.
Because DEG poisonings continue to occur, in 2000 the World Health Organization (WHO) introduced the first global training program for industry personnel on safe manufacturing practices.
1 deg C (52 deg F), beating the previous record of 10.
The industry-funded nonprofit DEG also reported Tuesday that in the first half of 2005, more than 770 million DVDs were shipped to retailers, a 19 percent increase over the same period last year.
v] [not equal to] 0, we treat (13) exactly as we did (9), (note that q + 1 < n), and obtain the estimate (12) for deg [f.
Insert probe, and program microwave oven to hold liquid at 90 deg until a soft-firm curd is set, about 3 hours.
We've partnered with the DEG on a number of projects and we look forward to continuing the partnership as the DEG continues to promote the benefits of Blu-ray, VOD, EST, UltraViolet and other groundbreaking home entertainment technologies.
2 deg C, Kokernag resort in south Kashmir recorded minus 13.
MPC), has produced since 1955 from Cretaceous carbonates: the fractured Shiranish marly limestone of the Maestrichtian/ Campanian (Upper Cretaceous) age where 32 deg.
SUNSEEKERS bask on Brighton Beach yesterday as southern Britain enjoyed its first glimpse of summer - with temperatures soaring as high as 22 deg C (72 deg F).
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Temperatures are expected to be about 11 deg or 12 deg C (52-54 deg F) throughout much of Saturday and Sunday, some 8 deg C above the average for the month.