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I tell you, Billy and
Dy are perfect fools, and the folks are all mad.
dy liooar (time enough), Deemster," the doctor would answer.
But the preparations for the holidays went on in spite of 'Til
dy thought to propitiate Uncle Remus, she was mistaken.
Uncle Remus's movements and remarks had a wonderful effect on 'Til
dy. British Dictionary definitions for dy abbreviation for Benin (international car registration) Word Origin for DY
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The symbol for the element dysprosium
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The symbol for dysprosium. Dy A soft, silvery metallic element of the lanthanide series. Because it has a high melting point and absorbs neutrons well, dysprosium is used to help control nuclear reactions. Atomic number 66; atomic weight 162.50; melting point 1,407°C; boiling point 2,600°C; specific gravity 8.536; valence 3. See Periodic Table.
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