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Contemporary Examples of dm

Historical Examples of dm

  • Large trees of this species in Indiana are usually from 4-6 dm.

    Trees of Indiana

    Charles Clemon Deam

  • As an English name is pronounced ădam; as French, -dng, as German, dm.

  • In the Elphinstone Codex it has been written-over into Ivm, once resembles vm more than dm and once is omitted.

    The Bbur-nma in English

    Babur, Emperor of Hindustan

  • Most Albanian families charged refugee families an average of 500 DM a month for their accommodation in subhuman conditions.

    After the Rain

    Sam Vaknin

  • Large and very tall trees; bark of young trees tight, beginning to scale when the trees reach 1-2 dm.

    Trees of Indiana

    Charles Clemon Deam

British Dictionary definitions for dm


symbol for
  1. decimetre


the internet domain name for
  1. Dominica


abbreviation for
  1. (in Canada) deputy minister
  2. (the former) Deutschmark
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dm in Medicine


  1. decimorgan
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