As Virginia Postrel has written, in fiscal 2012, the dia drew just 498,000 visits, or “barely 1,000 more than it drew in 1928.”
“The dia was always more forward leaning on this,” one U.S. official said.
But the dia assessment is based on two important assumptions.
The dia assessment, this source said, focused largely on the damage done to the military.
Theseus married his deliverer, but when he arrived at Naxos (dia) forsook her, and she hung herself.
He had a name in os and dia, something like Bagos de Feredia.
His pronunciation is not good— Chakap-nia ta terus, or dia chakap pelet, or tlor.
But I got your dia'nosis now, same as a medical man that's right.
During the reign of dia Sobi of the first dynasty the empire passed through a crisis.
diabolus dicitur a dia, quod est duo, et bolos morsus; quasi dupliciter mordens; quia ldit hominem in corpore et anima.
before vowels, di-, word-forming element meaning "through, thoroughly, entirely," from Greek dia-, from dia "through, throughout," probably from the root of duo "two" (see two) with a base sense of "twice."
dia- or di-
A prefix meaning "through" or "across," as in diameter, the length of a line going through a circle.