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Dmalloc Dmalloc is a memory debugger C library, written by Gray Watson, that helps programmers to find a variety of memory allocation programming errors for dynamic memory. It replaces parts of standard programming library provided by the operating system for malloc and other software with its own versions which help the programmer detect buffer overflows and other critical programming issues.
Dmesg dmesg (for "diagnostic message") is a command on Unix-like operating systems that prints the message buffer of the kernel. This buffer contains a variety of important messages from those printed during boot to those used for debugging software.
Dmitar Zvonimir Dmitar Zvonimir or Demetrius of the SvetoslaviÄ‡ branch of the House of TrpimiroviÄ‡ was a ruler of Slavonia first, then a Ban in service of King Stjepan I and then King of Croatia from 1076 until his death. He was the last native king who exerted power over the entire Croatian state.
Dmitri Ainetdinov Dmitri Ainetdinov (born April 5, 1987 in Moscow, Russia) is a Russian rugby league player currently playing for RC Lokomotiv Moscow in the Championship of Russia competition. His position of choice is usually in the backs.
Dmitri Belyaev Dmitri Belyaev (1917-1985) - a Russian scientist, academician. In the 1950s Dmitri Belyaev and his team spent many years breeding the silver fox (Vulpes vulpes) and selecting only those individuals that showed the least fear of humans.
Dmitri Borgmann Dmitri Alfred Borgmann (1927-1985) is an author probably best known for coining the word "Logology" and writing the 1965 logological book, Language On Vacation: An Olio of Orthographical Oddities. He also founded Word Ways: The Journal of Recreational Linguistics in 1968.
Dmitri Donskoi Saint Dmitry Ivanovich Donskoy () (October 12, 1350, MoscowÂ â€“ May 19, 1389, Moscow) reigned as the Grand Prince of Moscow from 1359 and Grand Duke of Vladimir from 1363 to his death. He was the first prince of Moscow to openly challenge Tatar authority in Russia.
Dmitri Egorov Dmitri Fyodorovich Egorov (Russian: Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą Đ¤Ń‘Đ´ĐľŃ€ĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ Đ•ĐłĐľŃ€ĐľĐ˛, December 22, 1869 â€“ September 10, 1931) was a Russian mathematician born in Moscow. He particularly studied potential surfaces and triply orthogonal systems, and made significant contributions to the broader areas of differential geometry and integral equations.
Dmitri Iarochenko Dmitri Vladimirovich Iarochenko (Russian Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą Đ’Đ»Đ°Đ´Đ¸ĐĽĐ¸Ń€ĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ ĐŻŃ€ĐľŃĐµĐ˝ĐşĐľ, born 4 November 1976 in Makarov, Sakhalin oblast, Soviet Union) is a Russian biathlete who has finished second in four Biathlon World Cup races in his career, but is yet to win a race. He broke through during the 2006â€“07 season at the age of 30, after winning a European Championship silver medal in 2004.
Dmitri Ivanenko Dmitri Ivanenko (Russian: Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸ĐµĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ ĐĐ˛Đ°Đ˝ĐµĐ˝ĐşĐľ) (1904 - 1994) was a Professor of Moscow State University (since 1943), made a great contribution to the physical science (especially, to gravitational physics) of the twentieth century. He died on 30th December 1994.
Dmitri Kirichenko Dmitri Kirichenko (born January 17, 1977) is a football (soccer) striker who plays for the Russian national team and also currently plays for FC Moskva on loan from CSKA Moscow. He played for his country at Euro 2004, scoring the quickest ever goal in the European Football Championship - in the second minute against Greece.
Dmitri Kitajenko Russian conductor Dmitri Kitajenko (born 18 August 1940) was music director of the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra for 14 years before taking up the same position with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra (1990-1998) and the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra (1990-1996). He was born in Leningrad and studied at the Glinka Musikschule and the conservatories of Leningrad and Moscow.
Dmitri Lipskerov Dmitri Lipskerov (Russian:Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą ĐśĐ¸Ń…Đ°ĐąĐ»ĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ Đ›Đ¸ĐżŃĐşĐµŃ€ĐľĐ˛)(born February 19, 1964 in Moscow, Russia) is an acclaimed Russian writer and dramatist. He emerged as a popular author in the late 1990s with two novels: The Forty Years of Chanchzhoeh and The Gottlieb's Space.
Dmitri Mendeleev Dmitri Mendeleev (, Dmitriy Ivanovich Mendeleyev ) ( in Tobolsk â€“ in Saint Petersburg), was a Russian chemist. He is credited as being the primary creator of the first version of the periodic table of elements.
Dmitri Nabokov Dmitri Vladimirovich Nabokov, born in Berlin on May 10 1934, is the only child of Russian-born American writer Vladimir Nabokov and his wife VĂ©ra (nĂ©e Slonim). He is currently executor of his father's literary estate and is considered the ideal translator of Nabokov's works.
Dmitri of Tver Dmitriy Mikhailovich of Tver (Russian: Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą ĐśĐ¸Ń…Đ°ĐąĐ»ĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ Đ˘Đ˛ĐµŃ€cĐşĐľĐą; nicknamed The Terrible Eyes - Đ“Ń€ĐľĐ·Đ˝Ń‹Đµ ĐžŃ‡Đ¸; 1299 â€” September 15, 1326) was a Grand Prince of Vladimir and a Grand Prince of Tver in 1318 - 1326. He was a son of Mikhail of Tver and Anna of Kashin.
Dmitri Sanakoyev Dmitry Sanakoev (born in 1969) is a South Ossetian politician. He claims to serve as President of South Ossetia, a secessionist republic officially recognised as being part of Georgia, after winning alternative elections organised by the opposition to the de facto incumbent, Eduard Kokoity.
Dmitri Sautin Dmitri Sautin (born March 15, 1974) is a Russian diver who has won more medals than any other Olympic diver. He started diving at age 7; however, his diving career was almost ended in 1991 when he was stabbed multiple times.
Dmitri Shepilov Dmitri Trofimovich Shepilov (Russian: Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą Đ˘Ń€ĐľŃ„Đ¸ĐĽĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ Đ¨ĐµĐżĐ¸Đ»ĐľĐ˛) ( â€“ 8 August 1995) was a Soviet politician and foreign minister who joined the abortive plot to oust Nikita Khruschev from power in 1957. He is not to be confused with another Soviet politician, Alexander ShelepinFor example, Victor Israelyan calls Shepilov "Aleksanrd Shepilov" in On the Battlefields of the Cold War: A Soviet Ambassador's Confession, Penn State Press, 2003, ISBN 0-271-02297-3, p.
Dmitri Shostakovich Dmitri Dmitrievich Shostakovich (Russian: , Dmitrij DmitrieviÄŤ Ĺ ostakoviÄŤ) (â€“August 9, 1975) was a Russian composer of the Soviet period. He had a complex relationship with the Soviet government, suffering two official denunciations of his music in 1936 and 1948 and the periodic banning of his work.
Dmitri Skobeltsyn Dmitri Vladimirovich Skobeltsyn (Russian: Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą Đ’Đ»Đ°Đ´Đ¸ĐĽĐ¸Ń€ĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ ĐˇĐşĐľĐ±ĐµĐ»ŃŚŃ†Ń‹Đ˝) (born November 12 1892, Petersburg â€“ November 16 1990) was a Soviet physisist, academician of the Soviet Academy of Sciences (1946), Hero of Socialist Labor (1969).
Dmitri Sychev Dmitri Yevgenyevich Sychev (Russian: Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą Đ•Đ˛ĐłĐµĐ˝ŃŚĐµĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ ĐˇŃ‹Ń‡Ń‘Đ˛ ) (born October 26, 1983) is a soccer player from Russia. His last name is also transcribed as Sytchev, and his first name as Dmitry or Dmitriy.
Dmitri Tomashevich Dmitri Tomashevich (born March 6, 1974 in Tashkent) is a former tennis player from Uzbekistan, who represented his native country at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, where he was defeated in the first round by Slovakia's Karol KuÄŤera. The righthander reached his highest singles ATP-ranking on June 5, 1996, when he became the number 261 of the world.
Dmitri Volkogonov Dmitri Antonovich Volkogonov (Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą ĐĐ˝Ń‚ĐľĐ˝ĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ Đ’ĐľĐ»ĐşĐľĐłĐľĐ˝ĐľĐ˛ in Russian) (22 March 1928, Chita - 6 December 1995, Moscow) was a Russian historian, Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of History, Colonel General (1986).
Dmitri Yemets Dmitri Yemets is a Russian author most famous for his Tanya Grotter series and spin-offs, which he calls "a parody" or, alternatively, as "a sort of Russian answer" to Harry Potter. He has been repeatedly threatened, by J.
DmitriiÂ Fedotoff-White DmitriiÂ Fedotoff-White (1889-1950) was an Imperial Russian Navy officer from Saint Petersburg. He fought for the White forces during the Russian Civil War and wrote a book about his experiences entitled "Survival - Through War and Revolution in Russia" (1939).
Dmitrij Sinitzyn Dmitrij Sinitzyn (born October 29, 1973) is a Russian nordic combined athlete who competed from 1997 to 2002. He won two bronze medals at the 1999 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Ramsau (15 km individual and 4 x 5 km team).
Dmitriy Gotfrid Dmitriy Gotfrid (born January 22 1984) is an amateur boxer from Kazakhstan who competed in the Heavyweight (-91 kg) division at the 2006 Boxing at the 2006 Asian Games winning the bronze medal in a lost bout against Iran's Ali Mazaheri 19-25.Heavyweight semifinal results
Dmitriy Kapitonov Dmitriy Kapitonov (born April 10, 1968) is a former long-distance runner from Russia, who won the 1997 edition of the Enschede Marathon, on June 8, 1997, clocking a total time of 2:12:09. He represented his native country at the 2000 Summer Olympics at the men's marathon in Sydney, Australia.
Dmitriy Karpov Dmitriy Karpov (born July 23, 1981 in Karaganda) is an athlete from Kazakhstan who competes in decathlon and heptathlon (the latter during the winter season). He won the bronze medal in the 2004 Summer Olympics.
Dmitriy Shevchenko Dmitriy Shevchenko (born May 13, 1968 in Taganrog) is a Russian discus thrower who won silver medals at the World and European Championships. Despite this he didn't throw past the 70 metres mark until 2002, when he achieved his personal best throw of 70.
Dmitriy Ustinov Dmitriy Fyodorovich Ustinov (October 17, 1908â€“December 20, 1984) was Defense Minister of the Soviet Union from 1976 until his death. He had previously been head of the defense industry since Stalin appointed him People's Commissar of Armaments in 1941.
Dmitry Dmitri, Dmitry or Dmitriy, sometimes also Dmitrij (); Church Slavic form: Dimitry or Dimitri (); ancient Russian forms: D'mitr(iy) or Dmitr ( or ) is a male given name, the version of Greek Demetrius. The meaning of the name is a "devoted to", "dedicated to, or "follower of Demeter" [DĂŞmĂŞtĂŞr - Î”Î·ÎĽÎ·Ď„Î·Ď or Demetra], "mother-earth", the Greek goddess of agriculture).
Dmitry Bilozerchev Dmitry Vladimirovich Bilozerchev (Russian:Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą Đ’Đ»Đ°Đ´Đ¸ĐĽĐ¸Ń€ĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ Đ‘Đ¸Đ»ĐľĐ·ĐµŃ€Ń‡ĐµĐ˛) (born December 22 1966) is a Soviet/Russian sportsman, three times Olympic Champion, who defined the term "boy wonder" for the sport of gymnastics. Competing in the 1983 world championships at age 16, he became the youngest male world champion in the history of the sport.
Dmitry Dokhturov Dmitry Sergeyevich Dokhturov (Russian: Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą ĐˇĐµŃ€ĐłĐµĐµĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ Đ”ĐľŃ…Ń‚ŃŃ€ĐľĐ˛) (1756 - November 14(26), 1816, Moscow) was a Russian Infantry General (1810) and a prominent military leader during the Patriotic War of 1812.
Dmitry Gerasimov Dmitry Gerasimov (Russian language: Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą Đ“ĐµŃ€Đ°ŃĐ¸ĐĽĐľĐ˛; also known as Demetrius Erasmius, Mitya the Translator or Dmitri the Scholastic, born ca 1465, d. after 1535), was a Russian translator, diplomat, philologist and informant of Renaissance scholars such as Paolo Giovio or Sigismund von Herberstein.
Dmitry Gorshkov Dmitry Gorshkov (born April 29, 1967 in Moscow) is a Russian water polo player who played on the silver medal squad at the 2000 Summer Olympics and the bronze medal squads at the 1992 Summer Olympics and 2004 Summer Olympics.
Dmitry Chaplin Dmitry Chaplin (Russian: Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą ĐĐ»ĐµĐşŃĐ°Đ˝Đ´Ń€ĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ Đ§Đ°ĐżĐ»Đ¸Đ˝ Dimitry Alexandrovich Chaplin) is an International Latin dancer, best known for being a Top 10 finalist on the TV show So You Think You Can Dance (Season 2). He is arguably the most popular contestant on the show due to his on-stage personality and his fantastically muscular body.
Dmitry Ivanovich Popov Dmitry Ivanovich Popov was a Left SR and Anarchist revolutionary of Russia, the leader of the Third Russian Revolution; later a member of the staff of the Revolutionary Insurrectionary Army of Ukraine leaded by Batko Makhno.
Dmitry Karakozov Dmitry Vladimirovich Karakozov (Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą Đ’Đ»Đ°Đ´Đ¸ĐĽĐ¸Ń€ĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ ĐšĐ°Ń€Đ°ĐşĐľĐ·ĐľĐ˛ in Russian) (October 23 Old Style (November 4 New Style), 1840 - September 3 Old Style (November 15 New Style), 1866) was the first Russian revolutionary to make an attempt on the life of a tsar.
Dmitry Karbyshev Dmitry Mikhaylovich Karbyshev - (Russian: Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą ĐšĐ°Ń€Đ±Ń‹ŃĐµĐ˛, October 26 [OS October 14] 1880, Omsk â€” February 18, 1945, Mauthausen, Austria) was a Russian general, Hero of the Soviet Union (posthumously). Killed by the Nazis on February 17th, 1945 in an Austrian concentration camp Mauthausen.
Dmitry Kholodov Dmitry Kholodov (July 21, 1967, Zagorsk â€” October 17, 1994, Moscow) was a journalist of the Russian newspaper Moskovskii Komsomolets, killed as he was investigating alleged corruption among high ranks of the Russian military.
Dmitry Kovtun Dmitry Kovtun is a Russian businessman and ex-KGB agent who met the poisoned ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko several times in London, the last time hours before Litvinenko fell ill. Kovtun is currently hospitalised with radiation poisoning in Moscow.
Dmitry Lobkov Dmitry Lobkov (born 2 February 1981, Nizhny Novgorod) is a Russian speed skater who specialises in the shortest sprinting distance, 500 metres. At the 2004 World Single Distance Championships in Seoul he achieved the silver medal at this distance, only allowing Jeremy Wotherspoon to be faster.
Dmitry Makarochkin Dmitry Makarochkin (Russian: Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą ĐśĐ°ĐşĐ°Ń€ĐľŃ‡ĐşĐ¸Đ˝) is a former member of the Nizhny Novgorod Mafia in the district of Sormovo (based in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia). He was famous for being extremely cruel.
Dmitry Mamin-Sibiryak Dmitri Narkisovich Mamin-Sibiryak (Russian: Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą ĐťĐ°Ń€ĐşĐ¸ŃĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ ĐśĐ°ĐĽĐ¸Đ˝-ĐˇĐ¸Đ±Đ¸Ń€ŃŹĐş) (October 25, 1852 - November 2, 1912) was a Russian author most famous for his novels and short stories about life in the Ural Mountains.
Dmitry Medvedev Dmitry Anatolyevich Medvedev (Russian: Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą ĐĐ˝Đ°Ń‚ĐľĐ»ŃŚĐµĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ ĐśĐµĐ´Đ˛ĐµĐ´ĐµĐ˛; born September 14, 1965 in Leningrad), is a Russian politician. He was appointed first deputy prime minister of the Russian government on November 14, 2005.
Dmitry Merezhkovsky Dmitry Sergeyevich Merezhkovsky, Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą ĐˇĐµŃ€ĐłĐµĐµĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ ĐśĐµŃ€ĐµĐ¶ĐşĐľĐ˛ŃĐşĐ¸Đą (August 14, 1865, St Petersburg-December 9, 1941, Paris) was one of the earliest and most eminent ideologues of Russian Symbolism. His wife Zinaida Gippius, a poet like him, ran a fashionable salon in St.
Dmitry Milyutin Count Dmitry Alekseyevich Milyutin (June 28, 1816, Moscow - January 25, 1912, Simeiz near Yalta) was Minister of War (1861-81) and the last Field Marshal of Imperial Russia (1898). He was responsible for sweeping military reforms that changed the face of the Russian army in the 1860s and 1870s.
Dmitry of Suzdal Dmitri Konstantinovich of Suzdal () (1324â€“June 5, 1383), was a powerful Prince of Suzdal and Nizhny Novgorod who dominated Russian politics during minority of his son-in-law, Dmitri Donskoi. The famous Shuisky family descends from his eldest son, Vasily Kirdyapa.
Dmitry Pavlov Dmitry Grigorevich Pavlov (, 1897-July 22,1941) was a Soviet general who commanded the key Soviet Western Front during the initial days of the German invasion of the Soviet Union, or Operation Barbarossa, in June 1941. After his forces were heavily defeated in the first days of the campaign, he was relieved of his command, arrested, unjustly charged with military incompetence and treason, and then executed.
Dmitry Pavlovich Grigorovich Dmitry Pavlovich Grigorovich, in Russian: Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą ĐźĐ°Đ˛Đ»ĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ Đ“Ń€Đ¸ĐłĐľŃ€ĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡, (born in Kiev, Ukraine, 25 January (6 February) 1883, died 26 July 1938 in Moscow) was a Russian/Soviet aircraft designer of a number of planes under the Grigorovich name.
Dmitry Pozharsky Dmitry Mikhaylovich Pozharsky (Russian: Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą ĐśĐ¸Ń…Đ°ĐąĐ»ĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ ĐźĐľĐ¶Đ°Ń€ŃĐşĐ¸Đą) (November 1, 1578 - 20 (?) April, 1642) was a Rurikid prince who helped bring the Time of Troubles to an end and obtained from the tsar an unprecedented title of the Saviour of Motherland.
Dmitry Puchkov Dmitry Yuryevich Puchkov (Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą Đ®Ń€ŃŚĐµĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ ĐźŃŃ‡ĐşĐľĐ˛) (born 1961) (also known as Goblin and Starshiy Operupolnomocheniy Goblin) is an English-to-Russian movie and computer game translator, script-writer, and author. Popular for his alternative, humorous voiceover translations of famous Hollywood movies, Puchkov's translation of the Russian gangster film "Bumer" made him widely known in Eastern Europe among Russian speaking countries.
Dmitry Rogozin Dmitry Olegovich Rogozin or Dmitri Rogozin (Russian: Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą ĐžĐ»ĐµĐłĐľĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ Đ ĐľĐłĐľĐ·Đ¸Đ˝) is a Russian politician. He was a leader of the Russian Rodina (Motherland) fraction in the State Duma and is among the most outspoken Russian nationalists (although recently his party is moving in the direction of left-wing populism).
Dmitry Samokvasov Dmitry Yakovlevich Samokvasov (1843 â€” 1911) was a Russian archaeologist and legal historian who excavated the Black Grave in Chernigov and several other sites important for the history of Kievan Rus. He graduated from the St.
Dmitry Shemyaka Dmitriy Yurievich Shemyaka (Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą Đ®Ń€ŃŚĐµĐ˛Đ¸Ń‡ Đ¨ĐµĐĽŃŹĐşĐ° in Russian) (1420-1453) was the second son of Yury of Zvenigorod by Anastasia of Smolensk and grandson of Dmitri Donskoi. Although his hereditary patrimony was the rich Northern town Galich-Mersky, Shemyaka is sometimes counted among the Grand Dukes of Moscow, which he held from 1446 to 1447.
Dmitry Sklyarov Dmitry Sklyarov (Đ”ĐĽĐ¸Ń‚Ń€Đ¸Đą ĐˇĐşĐ»ŃŹŃ€ĐľĐ˛) (born December 18, 1974) is a Russian computer programmer known for his 2001 arrest by American law enforcement over software copyright restrictions. He was later released and the charges were dropped.
Dmitry Volkov Dmitry Volkov (born March 30, 1966) is a former breaststroke swimmer from the Soviet Union, who won three medals at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea, including the bronze in the 100m Breaststroke. He competed in two consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1988.
DmSetup #DmSetup is an IRC channel on the Undernet IRC Network offering free malware related assistance, that started in July 1998, as the evergrowing number of clients infected with at least one of version of the dmsetup worm, found help in what was then, the only Undernet Virus Removal channel.
Dmytro Bortniansky Dmytro Stepanovych Bortniansky (, Dmitro Stepanovych Bortniansâ€™kyi; , Dmitrij StepanoviÄŤ Bortnjanskij; also referred to as Dmitry or Dmitri Bortnyansky; 1751-1825) was a Ukrainian composer in Imperial Russia. He composed in many different musical styles, including choral compositions in French, Italian, Latin, German, Slavonic and Russian.
Dmytro Vitovsky Dmytro Vitovsky () one of the leaders of Galician student youth and a fighter for the Ukrainian university in Lviv. He became a member of the Ukrainian Radical Party and an active organizer of a number of Ukrainian "Sich" groups, which later became part of the regular Galician Army.
Dmytro Yavornytsky Dmytro Yavornytsky , pen name in Russian "Evarnitsky", (November, 6 1855- August, 5 1940) was a noted Ukrainian historian, archeologist, ethnographer, folklorist, and lexicographer. He was one of the most prominent investigators of the Ukrainian Cossacks, especially the Zaporozhian Cossacks (see Zaporozhian Host), and the author of their first general history.
DM Ashura William "Bill" James Robert Shillito (b. 1986-03-26 in Brooklyn, New York), more commonly known as DM Ashura, is an electronic artist whose work can be found in the music games O2Jam, Dance Dance Revolution and Flash Flash Revolution.
DM2A4 DM2A4 is a new heavyweight torpedo developed by STN Atlas Elektronik, as a further update of DM2 (Deutsches Modell 2) torpedo which was released in 1976. Being the successor of DM2A3, it will feature an electrical propulsion system and a fiber optic cable for torpedo guidance.
DMA (magazine) DMA (Dance Music Authority) was a bi-monthly American Dance music publication that ran from 1993 to 2003. It had a very loyal following during its tenure and was considered the 'bible' of the global dance music industry.
DMAPI Data Management API (DMAPI) is the interface defined in the X/Open document "Systems Management: Data Storage Management (XDSM) API" dated February 1997. GPFS and XFS file systems support DMAPI for Hierarchical Storage Management.
DMB-T/H DMB-T/H (GB 20600-2006) is the People's Republic of China's terrestrial digital television standard and will cover fixed and mobile terminals.The mandatory standard will cover both fixed and mobile terminals and will eventually serve more than half of China's TV viewers, especially those in suburban and rural areas.
DMC International Imaging DMC International Imaging (DMCII) is the company that manages the Disaster Monitoring Constellation for the International Charter for Space and Major Disasters. It also sells satellite imaging services under contract.
DMCM DMCM (methyl-6,7-dimethoxy-4-ethyl-beta-carboline-3-carboxylate) is a Benzodiazepine antagonist drug, meaning that it causes the opposite effects to the Benzodiazepine class of drugs. As such, DMCM has anxiogenic and convulsant properties[http://www.
DMDNB DMDNB, or also DMNB, chemically 2,3-dimethyl-2,3-dinitrobutane, is a volatile organic compound used as a detection taggant for explosives, mostly in the United States where it is the virtually only such taggant in use. Dogs are very sensitive to it and can detect as little as 0.
DMFAS The Debt Management - DMFAS Programme is a United Nations programme based in UNCTAD, in Geneva. The objectives of the DMFAS Programme are to assist countries develop administrative, institutional and legal structures for effective debt management; to provide technical assistance to government offices in charge of debt management; to deploy and advance debt analysis and management systems; and to act as a focal point for discussion and exchange of experiences in debt management.
DMP Digital Music Products DMP Digital Music Products was one of the first fully-digital recording labels, generally specializing in jazz artists. Founded by engineer and digital recording pioneer Tom Jung after leaving Sound 80 recording studios in Minneapolis, its first releases in 1983 featured pianist Warren Bernhardt, Jay Leonhart, and the group Flim & the BB's - which were the first non-classical recordings released on Compact Disc.
DMSMS Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) is an attempt to proactively manage the obsolescence of components used in the production of (mainly) electronic systems. DMSMS is a hot topic in military supply where the usable lifetime of an electronic system may far exceed the availability of the components used to produce that system.
DMSO reductase DMSO reductase is a molybdenum-containing enzyme capable of reducing dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) to dimethyl sulfide (DMS). This enzyme serves as the terminal reductase under anaerobic conditions in some bacteria, with DMSO being the terminal electron acceptor.
DMVPN DMVPN (Dynamic Multipoint Virtual Private Network) is an enhancement of the virtual private network (VPN) configuration process of Cisco IOS-based routers. DMVPN prevents the need for pre-configured (static) IPSEC peers in Crypto map configurations and isakmp peer statements.
DMX Music DMX Music (previously known as Digital Music Express before its merger with AEI Music), is a subscription service that provides over 100 channels of music in digital format, delivered via digital cable, satellite, and on-premise technology. It is available in the U.
Dnd (computer game) dnd is a computer role playing game written in the TUTOR programming language for the PLATO System by Gary Whisenhunt and Ray Wood at Southern Illinois University in 1974 and 1975. Dirk Pellett of Iowa State University and Flint Pellett of University of Illinois made substantial enhancements to the game from 1976 to 1985.
Dndlearn The DNDLearn Enterprise Platform is the Canadian military's new Learning Management Platform (LMP)accessible from both the DWAN and Internet and currently supports over 48 training and education institutions across all environmental Managing Authorities (MA) including HRCIV.
Dnepr rocket The Dnepr space launch vehicle (; , named after the Dnieper River), is a converted ICBM used for launching artificial satellites into orbit, operated by launch service provider ISC Kosmotras (established in 1997). The Dnepr is based on the R-36MUTTH ICBM designed by the Yuzhnoe Design Bureau in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine.
Dneven Trud Dneven Trud (Đ”Đ˝ĐµĐ˛ĐµĐ˝ Đ˘Ń€ŃĐ´), commonly known as Trud (labour), is the largest-circulation Bulgarian daily newspaper. Dneven Truds first issue came out on 1 March 1936, making it one of the oldest Bulgarian newspapers still in existence.
Dnevni telegraf Dnevni telegraf was a Serbian daily tabloid published in Belgrade between 1996 and November 1998, and then also for a short time in Podgorica until March 1999. It was the first privately owned daily in Serbia after more than 50 years of across-the-board public ownership under communism.
Dnieper Ukraine Dnieper Ukraine (), was the territory of Ukraine in the Russian Empire (Little Russia), roughly corresponding to the current territory of Ukraine, with the exceptions of the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea (made part of Soviet Ukraine in 1954) and Galicia in the west, which was a province of the Austrian Empire. It is sometimes called Great Ukraine (Velyka Ukrayina) by Galicians.
Dnieper-Bug Canal Dnieper-Bug Canal or Dnepr-Bug Canal, or Dneprovsko-Bugsky Canal is a ship canal that connects Dnieper river and Western Bug river. It provides navigational access between the Baltic Sea and Black Sea water systems.
Dnipro (Kiev Metro) Dnipro (, ) is a station on the Kiev Metro's Sviatoshynsko-Brovarska Line). Named after the Dnieper River, the station consists of a semi-estacade over the embankment highway, and then continues across the river as part of the Metro Bridge.
Dnipro Stadium Dnipro Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine, that is currently under construction. Once completed in 2007, it will be used mostly for football matches and will host the homes matches of FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk.
Dniprodzerzhynsk Reservoir The Dniprodzerzhynsk Reservoir () is a water reservoir located on the lower part of the Dnieper River in Ukraine. Named after the city of Dniprodzerzhynsk, it covers a total area of 567 square kilometres within the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast.
Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Dnipropetrovsk Oblast (, Dnipropetrovsâ€™ka oblastâ€™ or Đ”Đ˝Ń–ĐżŃ€ĐľĐżĐµŃ‚Ń€ĐľĐ˛Ń‰Đ¸Đ˝Đ°, Dnipropetrovshchyna) is an oblast (province) of central Ukraine, the most important industrial region of the country. Its administrative center is Dnipropetrovsk.
Dno, Russia Dno (Russian: Đ”Đ˝Đľ) is a town and municipality situated in the northeastern part of the Pskov Oblast of western Russia. The municipality, which covers an area of 1,194 kmÂ˛, has a population of around 15,500.
DN1 DN1 (Drumul NaĹŁional 1 in Romanian) is an important national road in Romania which links Bucharest with the northwestern part of the country. On the Bucharest - PloieĹźti section, traffic jams appear very often due to the fact that DN1 serves both Bucharest's airports (Henri CoandÄ International Airport (Otopeni) and BÄneasa) and the touristic region of Valea Prahovei (Prahova Valley).
DN2 The Romanian national road DN2 (Drumul NaĹŁional 2 in Romanian) links Bucharest with the historical region of Moldavia in north-east Romania. Recently upgraded, it is today the best-maintained road in the country.
DN3 Before the opening of the new A2 motorway, DN3 + DN3A was one of the two alternatives of getting from Bucharest to the shore of the Black Sea. Today the route became obsolete, serving the towns in Baragan area.
DN7 Romania's DN7 (National Road 7) links the capital city of Bucharest to the Banat region, in western Romania, and further to the eastern European capitals Budapest and Belgrade. It is a very travelled road and the preferred route for trucks.
DNase footprinting assay A DNase footprinting assay is a technique from molecular biology that detects DNA-protein interaction using the fact that a protein bound to DNA will often protect that DNA from enzymatic cleavage. The method uses an enzyme, deoxyribonuclease (DNase, for short) to cut the radioactively end-labelled DNA, followed by gel electrophoresis to detect the resulting cleavage pattern.
DNA Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is a nucleic acid that contains the genetic instructions for the development and function of living organisms. All living things contain DNA, with the exception of some viruses with RNA genomes.
DNA assembly DNA assembly is the process of putting fragments of DNA that have been sequenced into their correct chromosomal positions. The pieces of DNA are assembled to reconstitute the sequence of the chromosome from which they came.
DNA bank A DNA bank is a repository of DNA, usually used for research or criminal investigation. The NIAS DNA Bank, for example, collects the DNA of agrucultural organisms, such as rice and fish, for scientific research.
DNA barcoding DNA barcoding is a taxonomic method which uses a short genetic marker in an organism's mitochondrial DNA to quickly and easily identify it as belonging to a particular species. It is based on a relatively simple concept: most eukaryote cells contain mitochondria and mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) has a relatively fast mutation rate, which results in significant variance in mtDNA sequences between species and a comparatively small variance within species.