dupp

dupp

 [dup]
a syllable used to represent, or mimic, the second heart sound.
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Some of the messages Traynor sent included: "You will be killed and ten DUPP (sic) to the Irish Embassy and kill you all and chop your bodies up and put your head Tower of London."
David Dupp, 26, saw firefighters carry an injured colleague out of the 180ft tower block in Shirley, Southampton.
El citado agraviado, sin orden judicial, fue impedido de viajar a los Estados Unidos el dia veintisiete de julio de mil novecientos noventa y dos cuando se encontraba en el Aeropuerto Internacional "Jorge Chavez", en la Seccion Migraciones, a cargo del Ministerio del Interior [al mando del coronel PNP Victor Humberto Arcila Dupp y con el concurso del mayor PNP Migdonio Torres Aliaga].
Food industry recruitment consultancy Focus Management Group has teamed up with fellow food sector specialists DUPP (Den Uijl Ploeg & Partners) of the Netherlands as part of a Europe-wide recruitment network.
DUPP and Focus Management will advertise vacancies on each other's web sites providing a wider pool of candidates for employers to select from.
"Dupp" is the sound created as the semilunar valves close in diastole.
Dupp E, Hartmann LM, Florea AM, von Hecklinghausen U, Pieper R, Shokouhi B, et al.
It would have been helpful if each treaty's standard abbreviation (e.g., Dupp. for Mursili's pact with Duppi-Tessub) had been placed in the running header on the binding side of the page, much as text numbers were placed in volume 2 of the series, so that specific treaties could be more quickly located.
Among this group are Kcho, Tania Bruguera, and the collectives Los Carpinteros and Galeria DUPP; each presented site-specific installations that approached the (cutting) edge of censorship to explore Cuban history and myth.
Galeria DUPP, a collective of twelve young artists, placed dozens of '50s-style microphones cast in cement and rusted iron around the edge of the Castillo de Morro, situating them in direct visual dialogue with the larger, rusting cannons that have surrounded the castle for centuries.
David Dupp, 26, saw carry an injured colleague out of the 180ft tower block in Shirley, Southampton.