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DD

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for East Germany prior to its reunification with West Germany. This was the code used in international transactions to and from bank accounts in East Germany.

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

In both cases, the code is obsolete.
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Dolby Digital Cinema has performed beyond expectations and we are very pleased to continue working with Dolby to bring digital cinema to more of our screens.
The theater chain will deploy nine Dolby Digital Cinema systems in addition to the one installed in November 2005.
Using edgy visual design elements and dynamic sound engineering to emphasize Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Surround EX(TM), the trailer will provide an exciting prelude to the featured movie and illustrate how going to the movies will always be the ultimate entertainment experience.
T-Com customers in Germany subscribing to the new T-Home service will have access to over 125 free and pay-TV channels and an extensive choice of entertainment delivered in Dolby Digital, including Dolby Digital 5.
Widespread availability of Dolby Digital Plus on Windows 8 will enable more people to enjoy cinematic sound anytime, anywhere, and on any device," he added.
Over 17,000 theatres worldwide equipped for Dolby Digital playback.
Dolby Digital AC-3 sound is encoded into laserdiscs, but not on the more popular videotapes, which utilize the four-channel Dolby Surround sound.
Free high-definition Dolby Digital Plus content is available for download at www.
Dolby Digital, which was introduced in 1992 with "Batman Returns," had a worldwide installed base of 3,299 as of late January, including 1,004 in the United States and Canada.
Dolby Digital Plus delivers amazing, cinema-quality audio for a richer surround sound experience.
These record sales of our digital systems reflect the movement by the whole industry toward the adoption of Dolby Digital as the standard digital format," said President Bill Jasper.
In Europe, France, Italy, England, Spain, and Sweden have all established Dolby Digital Plus as the broadcast audio standard for HDTV services.