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DG

abbr.
1. Latin Dei gratia (by the grace of God)
2. director general

dg

abbr.
decigram

dg

or

dg.

abbreviation for
(Units) decigram

DG

abbreviation for
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) Deo gratias
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) director-general

dg

decigram.

D.G.

1. by the grace of God.
[< Latin Deī grātiā]
2. Director General.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dg - 1/10 gram
metric weight unit, weight unit - a decimal unit of weight based on the gram
metric grain, grain - a weight unit used for pearls or diamonds: 50 mg or 1/4 carat
carat - a unit of weight for precious stones = 200 mg
Translations

DG

A. N ABBR =Director GeneralD.G. mf
B. ABBR =Deo gratiasa.D.g.

dg

ABBR =decigram, decigramsdg

dg

abbr (=decigram) → dg

dg

abbr of decigram(s), decigramme(s) → dg

dg

[ˌdiːˈdʒiː] abbr =decigramdg
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Robert Evans (co-founder of DGS) will remain the president of the new firm, which will operate under two companies/brands, DGS Energy, LLC and DGS Hospitality, LLC.
Following the sale, Robert Evans, co-founder of DGS, will remain the president of the new firm, which will operate under two companies/brands, DGS Energy, LLC and DGS Hospitality LLC.
Address : DGS house, 1st floor, Sheetal Krupa, Aaray Road, Walawalkar street,Goregaon (E), Mumbai - 400063.
[6] proposed Defected Ground Structure (DGS) firstly and used the term "DGS" in describing a single dumbbell shaped defect.
To ensure that depositors in EU branches of institutions headquartered in other Member States are treated similarly to depositors in the home Member State, these Guidelines provide further guidance on the sequence and timing of events when the local DGS performs a payout of depositors on behalf of the DGS in another Member State.
He believes he has used the authority of his office to appoint his own candidates as acting DGs -- none of whom have the requisite educational qualifications.
Figure 1 shows the structure of a traditional DGS and the proposed DGSs.
As the sale of DGS can be fully 20 percent of an ethanol plant's revenue stream, CFS and IATP say they are not seeking to stop the sale of DGS to animal producers, who rely on the product for a nutritious and cost-efficient feed.
For mitigating mutual coupling, the DGS is placed in between the radiating elements and is fully isolated from the antenna structure.
In this article, new technique of developing U-shaped DGS assisted dual and tri-band bandstop filters are presented without the assistance of resonators or coupled lines, and the U-shaped DGS shows a better stopband performance compared with conventional dumbbell ones.
The company has provided Mobile Lifecycle Management services for Smart Track, a DGS initiative to automate ground support and passenger handling services.