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dex

 (dĕks)
n. Slang
Dextroamphetamine.

dex

(dɛks)
n
1. (Pharmacology) another name for Dexedrine
2. (Pharmacology) a tablet of the drug Dexedrine
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The Samsung DeX Pad was leaked by VentureBeat reporter and notorious leaker (https://twitter.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) funded project led by GreenSync has today announced that 37 industry partners will support the deX platform rollout.
His friend and fellow artist Rich the Kid had been shopping nearby for luxury handbags, and when Rich materialized with arms full of leather pouches, Dex bounded out to greet him.
The personae are not so much split personalities as separate people and when talking about their work Dex refers to them in the third person.
The combined company pro forma market capitalization will be in excess of $150 million, based on current trading levels of Dex One and SuperMedia shares;
This partnership is reportedly a part of Dex One's overall efforts to drive the company's digital sales to 30% of total revenues by the end of 2012.
James Dex, joint managing director of Dolton&Dex, said: "Having both worked on international design projects as well as locally, we spotted a real need for a specialist product design consultancy in the Warwickshire area.
The response of vascular cells to Dex, in terms of galectin-1 synthesis and secretion, was modulated by serum.
DEX (short for DEX/UCS), which entered the supermarket scene in 1988, is helping bring order to the chaos of direct store delivery in a growing number of chains.
The dex 740, using standard Group 3, sends a page in nine seconds.
Many details about Samsung DeX remain unknown; however, some rumors and leaks paint a picture of what consumers can expect from the PC station.