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D & C Builders Ltd. v. Rees

D & C Builders Ltd. was hired to do work for ReesSource: Wikipedia

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D & RG Narrow Gauge Trestle

a narrow gauge railroad trestle crossing of the Cimarron River, located near Cimarron, Colorado, United StatesSource: Wikipedia

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D - 400

a state road in the south of Turkey in the west-east directionSource: Wikipedia

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D 73

United Arab EmiratesSource: Wikipedia

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D 75

is a road in Dubai, United Arab EmiratesSource: Wikipedia

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D 80 road

The D 80 (Salahuddin Road) is a road passing in Al Muraqqabat, Al Muteena and Al Khabisi in Dubai Emirate, United Arab EmiratesSource: Wikipedia

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D 85

is a road in Dubai, United Arab EmiratesSource: Wikipedia

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D 89

One of the longest intra-city roads, D 89 begins at the Deira Corniche and runs perpendicular to D 85 (Baniyas Road)Source: Wikipedia

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D 90

Al Mussallah Road or Mankhool Road is a route in Dubai, United Arab EmiratesSource: Wikipedia

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D 94

Jumeirah Beach Road or Al Sufouh Road, is a road in Dubai, United Arab EmiratesSource: Wikipedia

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D Adilbish

Embassy of Mongolian in MoscowSource: Website

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D arm

a feature in the tertiary structure of transfer RNASource: Wikipedia

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D band

the range of radio frequencies from 1 GHz to 2 GHz in the electromagnetic spectrumSource: Wikipedia

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D battery

D batteries are a electrochemical cell typically used in high current drain applications in products with motors, radio receivers and transmitters, portable entertainment systems, other electronics, flashlights, safety systems or those applications rSource: Wikipedia

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D Block

D-Block is an American rap group founded in the mid-1990s by Sheek Louch, Jadakiss and Styles P as The Warlox or The L.O.XSource: Wikipedia

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D C Leisure Management

Limited is a company that deals with the development and management of leisure facilities in partnership with local authorities across the UKSource: Wikipedia

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D Carinae

(D Car) is a star in the constellation CarinaSource: Wikipedia

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D cell

can mean. D battery, a common size of batterySource: Wikipedia

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D Centauri

The system has a combined apparent magnitude of +5.31 and is approximately 566 light years from EarthSource: Wikipedia

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D channel

(data) is a telecommunications term which refers to the ISDN channel in which the control and signalling information is carriedSource: Wikipedia

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D class blimp

a patrol airship designed by the US Navy in the early 1920sSource: Wikipedia

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D class destroyer

They were constructed to the individual designs of their builder, J I Thornycroft of Chiswick, to meet Admiralty specificationsSource: Wikipedia

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D class lifeboat

a class of inflatable boat operated by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution of the United Kingdom and IrelandSource: Wikipedia

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D class Melbourne tram

The D class, or Combino is an electric tram operates in Melbourne, Victoria, AustraliaSource: Wikipedia

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D Company

20 Parachute Company is the only sub unit in Kenya that performs high risk tasks such as recce, raids, ambushes and high risk infiltration on any taskSource: Wikipedia

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D D Dabke

the actor in the first ever Indian full length silent film Raja Harishchandra directed by Dadasaheb Phalke in 1913Source: Wikipedia

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D frosted

Heavy Harmonies pageSource: Website

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D Fun Pak

an EP by Tenacious DSource: Wikipedia

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D Generation

were a glam punk band formed in 1991 in New York CitySource: Wikipedia

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D Generation

the self-titled debut album, released by New York City glam punk band D GenerationSource: Wikipedia

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D Gombojav

- 1929-1930Source: Wikipedia

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D Gotov

Embassy of Mongolian in MoscowSource: Website

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D K Shroff

manages several actors in BollywoodSource: Wikipedia

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D Line

-also referred to as the Green Line, because green is the line's color on maps-is a light rail line which is part of the light rail system operated by the Regional Transportation District in the Denver-Aurora Metropolitan Area in ColoradoSource: Wikipedia

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D M Stevenson Ranch Airport

44.0031728,-121.2719733Source: Wikipedia

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D Magazine

a monthly magazine covering Dallas-Fort WorthSource: Wikipedia

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D major

a major scale based on D, consisting of the pitches D, E, F, G, A, B, and CSource: Wikipedia

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D meson

They are often studied to gain knowledge on the weak interactionSource: Wikipedia

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D minor

a minor scale based on D, consisting of the pitches D, E, F, G, A, B, and CSource: Wikipedia

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D Mob

one of the stage names used by British house music producer Dancin' Danny D (born Daniel Kojo Poku)Source: Wikipedia

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D programming language

is an object-oriented, imperative, multiparadigm system programming language by Walter Bright of Digital MarsSource: Wikipedia

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D programming language

a comprehensive dynamic tracing framework created by Sun Microsystems for troubleshooting kernel and application problems in real timeSource: Wikipedia

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D Records

a record label located in Houston, TexasSource: Wikipedia

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D region

the portion of the ionosphere that exists approximately 50 to 95 km above the surface of the EarthSource: Wikipedia

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D River

a river in Lincoln City, Oregon, United StatesSource: Wikipedia

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D side

(Dauwendaele) is a part of the city of Middelburg, The NetherlandsSource: Wikipedia

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D slide valve

a form of rectilinear slide valve for use in rotative steam engines invented by William Murdoch and patented in 1799Source: Wikipedia

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D Stevens

(born Compton, California)Source: Wikipedia

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D Tap

a band of three Sri Lankan studentsSource: Wikipedia

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