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deg

(dɛɡ)
vb (tr) , degs, degging or degged
dialect Northern English to water (a plant, etc)

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52 to 55 deg north, being within the British territories.
In the southern hemisphere, if we compare large tracts of land in Australia, South Africa, and western South America, between latitudes 25 deg and 35 deg, we shall find parts extremely similar in all their conditions, yet it would not be possible to point out three faunas and floras more utterly dissimilar.
Off-grid DEG is expected to witness significant gains over the forecast period and is expected to reach a value exceeding USD 6.
Local agriculture cooperative turned public company, Agra, has borrowed N$100 million from the German Investment and Development Company, DEG (Deutsche Investitions und Entwick-lungsgesellschaft), a subsidiary of the Kreditanstallt firer Wiederafbau (KFW).
Failure of conventional energy generation model which incurs substantial capital investment for power generation and distribution through transmission is expected to lay groundwork for DEG systems market.
An area of growing significance is the freezing of large volumes of natural gas down to condensation temperatures (-162 deg C), with the resultant liquid gas then having a reduced volume of less than 0.
The maximum temperatures recorded in other main cities were, Lahore 46 deg.
The scalloped hammerhead had a massive binocular overlap of 32 deg.
Yes Bank's managing director & CEO, Rana Kapoor, said, 'SMEs in India constitute one of the most vital segments of the industrial economy, and through this partnership with DEG we are pursuing the immense potential of this sector as a growth engine of the Indian economy.
Apart from the group headquarters, Dove Energy Group DEG will ultimately control two other entities -- Dove Energy Limited, a 100 per cent-owned UK subsidiary and Dove Energy Inc, a 100 per cent-owned British Virgin Island subsidiary.
The cold weather payments are triggered when the average temperature falls, or is forecast to fall, to 0 deg C or below for seven consecutive days.