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DES

Abbreviation for "Delivered Ex Ship."
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Delivered Ex Ship

In international commerce, an agreement between a buyer and a seller in which the seller must bear all costs and risks of transporting a good until it has arrived at a port and has been made available for the buyer or his/her agent to retrieve it. That is, the seller has total responsibility while the good is being shipped overseas. The seller must pay the shipping company and purchase insurance for the good. See also: Incoterm.
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Manifesta 7's rumored budget was 4 million[euro], which sounds like a lot for emerging art (20,000[euro] per artist), but half could have been spent renovating Fortezza's fort, so it's difficult to surmise whether Trento's budget dwarfs Havana's or is just a smidgeon of what Kassel and Venice spend.
Tasso, 1997, 67: "alla virtu donnesca ritornando, dico ch'ella nelle donne eroiche e virtu eroica che con la virtu eroica dell'uomo contende, e delle donne dotate di questa virtu non piu la pudicizia che la fortezza o che la prudenza e propria.
Government has ordered approximately 200,000 FORTEZZA Plus cards.
Indeed, the Ngaju (not the Bakumpai) wished to ally themselves with the king of Portugal and obtain Portuguese help, especially for erecting an armed fortezza (of course, also a protection against Banjarmasin).
Her father, she explains, was a hero of the Risorgimento and the author of the novels Arnoldo da Bresca and La Donna della Fortezza. Gennaro Testavaglia, she further states, is a cousin of old Gabriele Rossetti (whose life he seems to echo).
NSA says the phone, built by Qualcomm, is to use Fortezza hardware with a removable PCMCIA encryption card (see NSA's website, www.nsa.gov, search word "Condor").
At least three other people were injured in the tragedy on the autostrada near the town of Fortezza.
I will wait for you in the Fortezza for as long as it takes.
SSL v3 provides support for Diffie-Hellman key exchange, an RSA-based key exchange mechanism, and another key exchange mechanism implemented in the Fortezza chip.
The Fortezza Card (SEE BOX), for example, uses the Skipjack algorithm, which has eighty-bit keys.
At the heart of MISSI lies the Fortezza Crypto Card, a small, portable, cryptographic module that contains algorithms, key material and user credentials.
While most of the smaller paintings are being restored at the Uffizi, the Rubens, each seven metres in length, had to be removed to the Opificio delle Pierre Dure, the restoration laboratory at the Fortezza del Basso in Florence.