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Dao

In ancient China, a political subdivision roughly equivalent to a province.
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Families can struggle for a long time before making contact with mental health services and sometimes they can be reassured by the confidence of the DAO.
Given that the three freely-accessible dissertation databases evaluated in this review provide the academic music community with many titles not available through DAO, they are practical research tools as well.
The government is not liable for any action taken by a DAO that causes injury or loss.
The DAO version of Beretta's Model 92 is designated the 92D.
Thus, putting a manual safety on a DAO Smith was definitely swimming upstream against the trend.
In addition, common prescription and OTC drugs actually block the body's intestinal DAO enzymes from functioning properly.
They consider the Glock a DAO, which Chicago apparently does not and the Glock 19 is far and away the most popular duty weapon in the Big Apple, followed by the S&W 5946 and the SIG P-226 DAO in that order.
Your typical DAO is a "slickslide": no decocking lever, no manual safety.
Features * Database meta-data can be extracted from any JDBC compliant database * All meta-data is stored in an open XML format * Generated code is standards-based and royalty-free * Generated Struts web application allows immediate testing of the DAO tier * Support for IBM WebSphere and BEA WebLogic platforms * Support for Oracle 8i and 9i databases
The DAO institutionalizes the entire process of developing ecotourism within our protected areas, applies its concepts and principles, and ensures equal participation and benefits among the community members and other stakeholders, Paje said.
Itron's DAO software solution will enable OG&E to accurately understand and forecast utilization of individual distribution assets covering all of OG&E's 700,000 customers.