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deciliter

 (dL) [des´ĭ-le″ter]
one tenth (10−1) of a liter; 100 milliliters.

dL

Abbreviation for deciliter.

dL

deciliter.

dL

abbreviation for deciliter.

DL

This is a retired HUGO symbol for what is now designated EDAR.

dL

Abbreviation for deciliter.

Deciliter (dL)

100 cubic centimeters (cc).
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dl

chemical prefix (small capitals) denoting that the substance is an equimolecular mixture of two catamorphs, one of which corresponds in configuration to d-glyceraldehyde, the other to l-glyceraldehyde.

dl

decaliter (the unit of volume).
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ecosystem for Supplemental Downlink (SDL) in 1452-1492MHz (L-band) has matured
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This standardization is aiming to have downlink peak data rates of 1 Gbit/s at low mobility and 100 Mbit/s at high mobility.
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The downlink was pretty amazing and very interesting,'' said Andrew Orme, Edwards Middle School student.
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