DBE


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DBE

abbr.
Dame Commander of the British Empire

DBE

abbreviation for
(in Britain)Dame (Commander of the Order) of the British Empire

D.B.E.

Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire.
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Helping DBE firms and their workers enriches the competition for federal highway contracts," federal highway administrator Victor Mendez said in a news release.
DBE, one of the oldest banks in Ethiopia, was established in 1909 and was called the Society for the Promotion of Agriculture and Trade.
DBE, which celebrates 150 years this year, wanted the sculpture to be displayed in their office, to reflect this.
The pounds 100,000 invested in this project reinforces South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust''s position as one of the bestequipped Gastroenterology centres in the North East, making DBE available to thousands of patients from right across the region and saving a round trip of around 250 miles.
forces and the DBE are sharing intelligence, and that Iraqis seemed eager to make the best use of the partnership.
6 million; DBE concession stand operators grossed approximately $1.
Prior to DBE, the small bowel was largely inaccessible to endoscopic interventionalists due to its length and multiple, complex loops; complete examination of the small bowel was virtually impossible.
Towards the end of April, Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Holmes, the squadron commander, and Major Barry Roberson, the S-3, decided that the DBE needed some attention.
Washington State Department of Transportation, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, one of the more liberal circuit courts in the country, held that Washington state's DBE program was not narrowly tailored because the evidence of discrimination supporting the program was inadequate.
The DBE of the Church of England has no such power of its own to keep open or close church schools.
However, the DBE is required to operate within the appropriate statutory framework.