It is similar to W, all dimensions of the latter surface being multiplied by DT.
There is a suspicion that it may be the Bergamotte DT renamed after a Polish nobleman.
He's got DT's, blue-devilsand I've seen him, and I'm swarming myself with little red devils after it.
The principal events of Israel's past history mentioned in DT.
It is often known as the Royale DT, and has had various other synonyms.
Thus the efficiency of the cycle is dvdp ⁄ H, and this by the former definition is DT ⁄ T.
Indeed Moses had provided for a kingdom and given the law upon which the king was to rule (DT 17:14-20).
Now suppose dp imposed without change of volume, and DT to be the resulting temperature change.
I remember being present at the Cirque DT during one of Moscous rehearsals, ridden by Mdlle.
An equestrian, named Prince, was performing at the Cirque DT a vaulting act on two horses, which were leaping fixed bars.
1813, medical Latin, literally "trembling delirium," introduced 1813 by British physician Thomas Sutton, for "that form of delirium which is rendered worse by bleeding, but improved by opium. By Rayer and subsequent writers it has been almost exclusively applied to delirium resulting from the abuse of alcohol" [Sydenham Society Lexicon of Medicine]. As synonyms, Farmer lists barrel-fever, gallon distemper, blue Johnnies, bottle ache, pink spiders, quart-mania snakes in the boots, triangles, uglies, etc.
delirium tremens delirium tre·mens (trē'mənz)
An acute, sometimes fatal episode of delirium that is usually caused by withdrawal or abstinence from alcohol following habitual excessive drinking and that is characterized by sweating, trembling, anxiety, confusion, and hallucinations.
An acute, sometimes fatal episode of delirium that is usually caused by withdrawal or abstinence from alcohol following habitual excessive drinking or an episode of heavy alcohol consumption. It is characterized by trembling, sweating, acute anxiety, confusion, and hallucinations.