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DIG

Abbreviation for:
desmoplastic infantile ganglioglioma
Disablement Income Group 
Dog Identification Group
drug-induced galactorrhoea
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In a market where cost and time is tight, DUG continues its commitment to development, innovation and research.
A local beneficiary from this dug well said that there was great shortage of drinking water and now women folk of the area also carrying drinking water at night time.
The reason we knew (the underground skip) was there in the first place was because it had been dug up to repair gas mains.
There are another 23 oil wells, being excavated by a leading contractor, along with international service companies, as sub-contractors for the International INAI, Axcel, Lock-Oil Companies, as well as 15 wells being dug through cooperation with Halliburton Company in southern Iraq's Majnoun Oil Field," Yassiri said.
dig up 1 : to uncover or remove (as from soil) <dig up a bush> 2 : discover <I dug up information about her past.
An adjacent bed of the same size was single dug south of the first bed.
Prepare your shovels and pumps; Dig Dug REMIX is now on iPhone and iPod touch.
PAC-MAN and DIG DUG Enhanced With Social Network Features and Available for Download for the First Time
As part of their escape plan, over a period of months, prisoners had dug three tunnels, which they code-named Tom, Dick, and Harry.
Ortega, also known as Chief Little Bear, and two other men chanted as Ortega's son lit a white sage smudge stick to swirl smoke over dozens of bones that an archeologist carefully dug out Wednesday.
Since 1908, more than 1 million fossils have been dug out of the ooze - which, in fact, is not tar but asphalt deposits - of more than 100 excavations in 23-acre Hancock Park.