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denet

(diːˈnɛt)
vb (tr)
(Marketing) (formerly, in Britain) to sell (a book) at a lower price than that specified by the Net Book Agreement
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D'apres la meme source, neuf vehicules recherches par les unites securitaires ont ete egalement saisis dans les regions de Den Denet Saniet Ben Abdallah.
A military source said units of Army eliminated terrorist organizations' hideouts and killed many of their members in Failon, Nahlya, Wadi al-Mokbila, Jaftalak Haj Hamod, al-Teibat, Binsh, Tal Denet, Tal Salmo, Um Jrin and Abu al-Dohour in Idleb countryside.
62) Das Pergament Rentenbuch, nr 1110: dit gelt horet vnd denet to sunte Margreten altare yn sunte Olaues kerken, dar van ok de lenwar horet den gebrodern vorscr.
When Manuel Denet Chavarria, one of the neotraditional carvers, went into a store in Santa Fe and recognized one of his dolls, he asked how the store had received it.
Turkish parts manufacturer Denet Civata, an industrial applications fastener company makes special bolts and cold forged parts for the auto industry.
In retailing, the list is long but must include Clyde Dawson, who opened the first scanning store in the United States, for Marsh Supermarkets; Danny Wegman and Don Reeve of Wegmans Supermarkets, who've provided continual leadership; Dave Carlson of Kmart; Lee Paulson of Lucky Stores, who contributed immeasurably to the industry's first IT committee and to the creation of the UPC; Mike Gorshe, Tom Murphy, and Mike Heschel of Kroger; Ed Gropp of Ralphs and Ahold; Bob Schoening of Giant and Pathmark; Denet Withington and Tom Nowak from Price Chopper; Danny Riesner of Publix; Ron Parmalee of Safeway; Bill Homa of Hannaford; and Bob Drury of Schnucks.
He wanted to get classical music exposed to a noncultural society,'' said Chuck DeNet, treasurer and chief financial officer of the 50-member orchestra.
As far as Denet is concerned, in the determination of which elements of damages [the] decedent's estate is entitled to recover, it should make no difference whether the decedent was a seaman, a longshoreman, or a passenger.
The structure of the page server OODBMS model, which we built using the DeNet simulation language [Livny 1988], is depicted in Figure 9.
Units also targeted, in special operations, dens of terrorists in Tal Denet near Kminas, killing and injuring many terrorists.
Figure 4 shows the structure of our simulation model, which was constructed using the DeNet discrete event simulation language [Livny 1990].