+[infinity] [not equal to] 2co deg
[a.sub.1] + co deg
[a'.sub.2] = co deg
[a.sub.3] [greater than or equal to] co deg
Enrico Rigor, chief of PNP DEG
's Legal and Investigation Division, said all DEG
members have been required to submit a list of their previous assignments and former commanders and their payslips.
• Europe has the largest installed capacity for DEG
, exceeding 41.00 GW in 2013; owing to stringent regulatory scenario resulting in high preference towards DEG
This includes -- NBR (nitrile butadiene rubber) insulation products, suitable for refrigeration applications operating at temperatures down to -50 deg
To differentiate background cases of ARF (of any etiology) from ARF cases associated with DEG
poisoning, investigators focused further investigations on ARF cases that were unexplained.
And when the team measured the binocular overlap of the shark with the widest hammerhead, the winghead shark, it was a colossal 48 deg
Yes Bank's managing director & CEO, Rana Kapoor, said, 'SMEs in India constitute one of the most vital segments of the industrial economy, and through this partnership with DEG
we are pursuing the immense potential of this sector as a growth engine of the Indian economy.'
The warmest day in the UK was August 10, 2003, when it reached 38.5 deg
C in Faversham, Kent.
Dove Energy Group (DEG
) has chosen to locate in Dubai so that it can base itself at the hub of the region where a majority of the world's remaining oil and gas reserves lie.
The very objective of the government initiative is to cut down office energy consumption by setting room temperature at around 28 deg
C (82.4 deg
Fahrenheit) in summer, and 20 deg
C (68 deg
Fahrenheit) in winter.
The monthly summary by Bablake Weather Centre shows that although the average monthly temperature of 7.2 deg
C was 1.6 deg
higher than the 30- year average for Coventry, it was the coolest March in the region since 1994.