DEd


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DEd

abbr.
Doctor of Education
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Ded

(dɛd)
n
(Military) (in the Russian army) a soldier who has served two or three years
[Russian ded grandfather]
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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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References in classic literature ?
She was offel mad and she was mad cause I chased her old rooster round the yard till he fell down ded. I didn't mean to make him fall 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.
This eye-on-a-chip, complete with a blinking eyelid, is helping scientists and drug developers to improve their understanding and treatment of DED, among other potential uses.
The DED also took necessary actions against counterfeiters.
Abu Dhabi: Department of Economic Development (DED) in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday said 4813 new economic licences were issued in the first quarter of this year, an increase of 39 per cent compared to the same period last year.
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The new licences have created 9,661 jobs in the labour market, reported Emirates news agency Wam, citing a DED statement.
The Dubai Department of Economic Development (DED), represented by the Business Registration and Licensing (BRL) sector, and the Kuwait Business Council in Dubai and the Northern Emirates signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to enhance bilateral relations and create opportunities for developing Kuwaiti projects managed through social media websites.
The Business Registration and Licensing (BRL) sector of DED said among the new licences issued, 61.2 per cent were commercial, 36.4 per cent professional, 1.2 per cent related to tourism and 1.1 per cent were industrial.