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DY

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for Dahomey before it changed its name to Benin. This was the code used in international transactions to and from Dahomean bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Dahomey. This was used as an international standard for shipping to Dahomey.

In both cases, the code is obsolete.
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DYS believes there are core components that create a foundation for staff to experience a sense of dedication and satisfaction.
Initially, chaos reigned inside many of the new sites, recalls Gail Mumford, who began working with DYS in 1983 and now serves as the division's deputy director for treatment services.
A spokesman for DYS stated in an email, "We have received Rep.
All samples were analyzed in duplicate with the SRY, DYS, and YRS assays.
Mitral regurgitant volume >20 ml was determined as the dependent variable and the left atrial diameter, NYHA functional class, E point septal separation, dP/dt, and DYS Inter PAP Sys were included as the independent parameters in the model.
Pain in persons classified as DYS was significantly more widespread, as indicated by pain covering more body areas, than in both the IS and the AC subgroups.
The exciting part is that DYS now has evidence and research to support its approaches to implement a powerful plan to not only reduce juvenile crime, but also, to help youth and their families build on their inherent and learned strengths to become pro-social members of our communities.
As can be seen in Tables 2-5, the highest scores on the negative mood scales (A, D, H, and DYS) were relatively rare, while zero scores were quite frequent (ranging from 18% on DYS for high school females to 69% on D for high school males).
DYS issued requests for proposals to develop innovative residential and nonresidential programs for the recently emancipated inmates.
Not only does the program note significant reductions in violence while youth are enrolled in DYS, over 90 percent of youth avoid further incarceration for three years or more after graduating from the program.
Any printed materials prepared by the vendor or professional articles for contracted services must be submitted to DYS for approval before materials are printed.
Monday, CLES held its second annual conference on learning disabilities, entitled "Together for DYS," to probe educational and societal challenges faced by special needs students in Lebanon.