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DIG

Abbreviation for:
desmoplastic infantile ganglioglioma
Disablement Income Group 
Dog Identification Group
drug-induced galactorrhoea
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CL South Nero (10 digs, 4 kills), Cernauskaite (4 kills, 4 blocks), Wilson (15 assists)
Cassidy Herbert had 21 kills and 20 digs, Reilly Kelty had 22 kills and 15 digs and four blocks for the Lions.
Dig This also offers specialty packages and corporate programming including: Dig & Destroy in conjunction with Machine Guns Vegas; Executive Retreat and Development; Competitive Edge Team Building; and Incentive Trips.
They are more likely to dig for two reasons: They are behaviorally more like wolves--and wolves are avid diggers--and Huskies have heavy coats that cause them to suffer more from the heat than a thin-coated dog.
SUNDAY, JULY 2: Members of the dig team gather at noon at a hotel in Billings, Mont.
Unlike my other projects, I was forced to do the MOMA dig alone, using only buckets and a trowel.
All grizzly bear digs in each of the three meadows at Logan Pass were surveyed using a Topcon AT-F6 Autolevel (Topcon Instruments Corporation of America, Paramus, New Jersey, USA) during 1994 (before that year's digging season).
As the first interactive teen and tween room makeover DVD, Digs a Go-Go makes Oliver's 22 years of design inspiration accessible by offering step-by-step, practical and affordable tips to help families transform childish, boring or downright embarrassing spaces into stunning showcases of style and individuality for both guys and gals.
Bell (8 assists),Conway (4 assists); Digs Lks: Conway 1, Clay, D.
In spite of Thurston libero Kayla Olsen's 21 digs, the Colts fell to visiting North Medford, 25-19, 25-22, 25-22.
Using a client's existing furnishings and accessories, the Dress Your Digs Team gives new life to rooms in the home, creating fresh, updated functional spaces.
Every year, thousands of incidents happen in Iowa where someone digs into a buried natural gas line or other underground utility service like electrical lines and fiber optic lines.