DLS


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DLS

abbr.
Doctor of Library Science

D.L.S.

Doctor of Library Science.
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Before answering my first question, however, Rohling explained to me just how he became an owner of DLs. "I hunted with a fellow in Wyoming for sage grouse in the early '90s.
1 wanted better and so I started researching German-bred DLs."
DLS offers consulting and outsourcing services aimed at small banks and servicers that are new to the FHA servicing game.
Utilizing its seasoned Grand Rapids office staff, DLS can assist with proactive quality analysis of the loss mitigation documentation and calculations, pre-foreclosure sale documentation and acceptable net proceeds and HUD1 configurations, first legal deadline tracking and warning reports, foreclosure claim processing and a host of other processes.
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DLS demonstrated the best applications of technology and leadership to improve enterprise performance among the 30 government submissions for the 2006 awards program.
In this study, we evaluated the interaction of the heat-tolerance and DLS traits using sets of cowpea lines developed by crossing a heat-susceptible DLS parent with a heat-tolerant non-DLS parent.
The volume swells of the four types of AEM polymers can be ranked as follows: DLS < LS G1 < D.
From the start, DLs have been strong, muscular canines with a low-set frame, flowing lines and a calm, controlled temperament that makes for easy training.
It seems certain that assessing these effects will not happen in "Internet time." The effects of DLs will emerge over time as physical libraries, DLs, and people mutually adapt and mature; the problem of evaluation for DLs is thus one of assessing complex adaptive systems.
The first rigorous evaluation for the DLS trait was made during the summer of 1995, when the 182 F6 families were evaluated for DLS at the Agricultural Experiment Station of the Univ.