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  • DIT has since built a rich tradition of theoretical models over the past two decades.
  • Most of players from DIT days are still forming the core group of the team.
  • In DIT, culture is defined as information and behavior acquired through social learning.
  • On Dit is usually distributed outside the university in similar locations to other street press publications.
  • A series of dits could be sent by rocking the arm back and forth.
  • She is reading the fashionable daily paper, smiling as some on dits meet her eye. Cited from The Coquette's Victim, by Charlotte M. Braeme
  • "Elle me dit" was released as the album's lead single in France.
  • On Dit's title is French and has a number of different translations.
  • This could mean that "newly converted" dit not plainly support their king.
  • DIT University has four hostels for men and one for women.
  • "What for dit you did it -- go down there?" Cited from The Furnace of Gold, by Philip Verrill Mighels
  • Until the late 19th century, several families also had a "nom-dit" tradition.
  • The mission statement of C-DIT has been a guiding light in the successful history of the organization.
  • It is also the name of several places in France, called "lieu dit".
  • DIT was the first Irish team to compete in European Cup.
  • There have been extensive criticisms of Rest's work in general and the DIT in particular.
  • Over the years C-DIT has evolved into a centre of convergence.
  • HBE is more concerned about ecological process and DIT more focused on historical process.
  • For this reason, DIT screening has applications to human, animal and wildlife health protection.
  • Dit Clapper became the team's first playing coach, while Ross remained with the team as general manager.
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Synonyms of dit