DEd


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DEd

abbr.
Doctor of Education

Ded

(dɛd)
n
(Military) (in the Russian army) a soldier who has served two or three years
[Russian ded grandfather]

D.Ed.

Doctor of Education.
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Noun1.DEd - a doctor's degree in education
doctorate, doctor's degree - one of the highest earned academic degrees conferred by a university
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She was offel mad and she was mad cause I chased her old rooster round the yard till he fell down ded.
Still, they saw no hesitation in each other's faces, and they nod- ded a mute and unprotesting assent when a shag- gy man near them said in a meek voice: "We'll git swallowed.
A desire to impress the mind of his companion with the importance of the resolution he had made came over him and he nod- ded his head toward the house.
I suppose it was Swaffer who had given him the striped old cotton shirt; but he wore still the na- tional brown cloth trousers (in which he had been washed ashore) fitting to the leg almost like tights; was belted with a broad leathern belt stud- ded with little brass discs; and had never yet ven- tured into the village.
Insta Hub a platform for women e-Traders has been organised to help UAE and GCC female nationals who own e-businesses in marketing their products and services and reaching a larger range of consumers inside and outside of the country, through the e-Traders licences issued by DED to conduct business activities on social networking sites.
DWE supports female DED e-Trader licence holders by sharing details about their events with DWE's database and Dubai Ladies Club members, and promoting them via the Establishment's social media channels.
His Excellency Sami Al Qamzi, Director General of DED, and Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, Chairman of TAG-Org signed the partnership agreement today in the presence of senior officials from both sides.
Launched in June 2016, the program aims to encourage Taipei's startups to get enrolled in incubators and seed accelerators located in foreign countries, such as 500 Startups, StartX, Techstars, and Y Combinator, and to participate in international entrepreneurial events, such as TECH IN ASIA, Disrupt, Web Summit, and Slush, so as to gain access to more resources that will help them grow and flourish, according to the DED.
Moreover, he explained that these visits come as part of an integrated plan that the DED has devised in order to enhance its role in supervising the proper implementation of VAT.
Al Qubaisi explained that the campaign comes as part of a number of inspection campaigns that are implemented by the DED as part of its annual plan that aims to combat commercial fraud in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
Prof Cynthia Thomson, of the University of Arizona, said: "Among normal-weight women a higher DED may be a contributing factor for obesity-related cancers.