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DEN

Abbreviation for:
Delay Event Notice 
denervation
Dengue virus
Device Experience Network
diethylnitrosamine
Drug Experience Network
doctors’ educational needs, see there
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Prosecutor Jonathan Polnay spoke of Denning's plea, telling the Telegraph, "He [Denning] has a very long record of offenses against young boys.
The court heard Denning, of Basildon, Essex, has Parkinson's and diabetes.
Our data indicate that males and females may share dens, presumably in the breeding season, and thus that these mephitids are able to show certain flexibility in their denning behavior.
Furthermore, raccoons often show preference for specific denning trees (Gehrt et al., 1990; Enders and Smith, 1993), and mothers in our study may have given birth in popular den trees.
Still, he agrees that deteriorating ice contributes to the denning shift.
Chief Denning said there is a definite problem on this stretch of Route 20.
By 1995, just seven years after Nesbitt and Denning had sat on their Phnom Penh roof and pondered the future, the national rice harvest achieved a small surplus.
Years ago, biologists located ideal denning spots on forested public land far from human habitation.
Denning made the move to concrete four years ago, after dabbling in it for about three, all the while trying different products.
Denning (57), one of the original line-up when the station started broadcasting more than 30 years ago, was convicted of seven counts of indecency against children.
Denning, 72, was arrested at a hostel and later bailed.
Polar bears of the southern Beaufort Sea initiate denning in late October through early December, at which time they excavate snow dens in areas with adequate accumulations (Durner et al., 2001; Amstrup.