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D.A.

n. slang for District Attorney. (See: District Attorney)

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A Mary Kay Cosmetics consultant who is also a student in the program provided a day of beauty for D.
Steven Weber (``Wings'') stars as David Franks, a character probably not too dissimilar to series technical adviser (and former Los Angeles District Attorney) Gil Garcetti, who should have plenty of insight into politically motivated D.
The objective of the Interdisciplinary Content Knowledge Component is to develop the D.
She never appears in court to try cases; she runs around finding solutions to her clients' personal problems and then sits down over coffee and croissants with her old friend the D.
Charlie has a strong track record and the true passion to lead our Oregon group in coming years," said Jim Kerr, Senior Vice President, Regional Director for D.
Shares in the Davidson 99 Regional Stock Index cannot be bought or sold, and companies included in the index may or may not be covered by D.
Dave's receipt of this prestigious award validates our success in terms of growth, industry focus and product expertise," said Brad Gevurtz, Head of Investment Banking for D.
They oversee both the Lake Oswego and Salem offices for D.
Gores will be responsible for growing the K-12 education sector business for D.
SwiftView is an exceptional strategic acquisition for eLynx," said Norm Duffett, Managing Director ofE[sz]Investment Banking for D.
The Davidson 99 Regional Index lagged behind the major market indices during the quarter, reflecting a big shift in market attention away from smaller regional industrial and basic material companies that have a significantly greater weighting in the Davidson 99 Regional Index than their weighting in the major market averages," said Fred Dickson, Chief Market Strategist for D.