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A toxic residue of DDT often found in animal tissue: it inhibits calcium production, causing many birds to produce extremely thin eggshells that break on contact with the brooder.
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(Dynamic Data Exchange) A message protocol in Windows that allows application programs to request and exchange data between them automatically.
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(calculus) Delay differential equation.
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(ethics) Doctrine of double effect.
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(computing) Dynamic Data Exchange.
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