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Diy
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Diy: Intended to be performed by the consumer (rather than by a professional)
DMs
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DMs: Trademark for strong ankle-length shoe or boot that laces up and has an air-cushioned sole, Doc Martens, "Docs"
Docs
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Docs: Trademark for strong ankle-length shoe or boot that laces up and has an air-cushioned sole, Dr. Martens, Doc Martens
Doctor
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System Analyst mean: A medical expert that deals with matters of the body. An expert in the field of medcine. Various category of specialist doctors / practitioners ex
Dollar
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Dollar: (a) A silver coin of the United States containing 3725 grains of silver and 425 grains of alloy, that is, having a total weight of 415 grains. (b) A gold coin of
Dow Jones
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Dow Jones: Stock market index which measures stocks traded on the American stock market
Dow Jones average
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Dow Jones average: Weighted average of price of stocks that are being traded on the American stock exchange
Dr. Martens
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Dr. Martens: Trademark for strong ankle-length shoe or boot that laces up and has an air-cushioned sole, DMs, Doc Martens, "Docs"
Dralon
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Dralon: Trademark of a synthetic fabric made from acrylic fibre
Dripstone
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Dripstone: To impel or urge onward by force in a direction away from one, or along before one to push forward to compel to move on to communicate motion to as, to drive c
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