Other than the geometric terms (dodecagon, dodecahedron), the simplest ones would be "dodo" (an extinct flightless bird) and words using "dodge". .
Other Unusual words : .
…dodder, dodderer, doddery (similar to "to totter", or to tremble) .
dodecaphony, -ics, -ist, -ism (related to 12-tone music) .
dodecanal (chemical "lauric aldehyde" C 12 H 24 O used in perfume) .
dodecane (series of oily hydrocarbons) .
dodipate, dodipoll ("sheared head", an insult like "blockhead") ( Full Answer )
i bet u anything Victoria wrote this question. lol if im right and its Victoria's post, i jus wanna say good try but ur not gonna find the answer here. good luck i looked ever…ywhere. i thin Mr.Genova just made that up =] ( Full Answer )
Directives establish or describe policy, programs, andorganizations. They also define missions, provide authority, andassign responsibilities. Instructions include more detail… on how toimplement a directive. ( Full Answer )
A few DOD telecommuting guidelines are DOD managers are required tosay who is eligible, and employees and their supervisors arerequired to sign a telework agreement. Telework …is known astelecommuting with the DOD. ( Full Answer )
A Federal Police Officer also know as 083 Police Officer as a position identifier is a uniformed Police Officer that patrols DOD property. A Police Officer on DOD property iss…ues summons and arrests for crimes that have taken place. Since there is no Federal traffic laws, the Police Officers enforce state motor vehicle laws. When there is an infraction that has taken place on Federal property, and there is no Federal statue to charge the person with, the Police Officer charges the person with the state law. ( Full Answer )
The TCP/IP model is a description framework for computer network protocols created in the 1970s by DAR PA, an agency of the United States Department of Defense. It evolved fro…m ARRANT, which was the world's first wide area network and a predecessor of the Internet. The TCP/IP Model is sometimes called the Internet Model or the DoD Model TCP/IP model, or Internet Protocol Suite , describes a set of general design guidelines and implementations of specific networking protocols to enable computers to communicate over a network. TCP/IP provides end-to-end connectivity specifying how data should be formatted, addressed, transmitted, routed and received at the destination. Protocols exist for a variety of different types of communication services between computers. ( Full Answer )
It is defined as: "The unlawful use of violence or threat of violence to instill fear and coerce governments or societies. Terrorism is often motivated by religious, political…, or other ideological beliefs and committed in the pursuit of goals that are usually political." ( Full Answer )
I take it you mean Day Of Deafeat? (great game!) a ped is a pedestrian, just like in the real world. To put it more basically, a person, such as characters on the game are ped…s, AKA NPC (non player controlled) example: GTA 4, Roman is an NPC, Dardan is an NPC, and so on! ( Full Answer )
Assuming by DOD system you mean the Department of Defense...These days the most constant and possibly greatest threat to the D.O.D system are technological infiltrators. One o…f the worst possible threats against our Country is the idea of some of our most valuable information falling into the wrong hands (i.e the "football" filled with nuclear launch codes). If any person were to acquire classified/protected information or shut down our systems it would be a National Security disaster. ( Full Answer )
HIPPA under the DoD is covered by the following rules, regulations, laws, and legislation: .
Public Health Service Act, 42 U.S.C. 242k(k) .
Health Insurance Portability an…d Accountability Act of 1996, Public Law 104-191, 104th Congress .
Title 45--Public Welfare, Subtitle A--Department of Health and Human Services, Part 160--General Administrative Requirements, and Part 164--Security and Privacy .
DoD 8580.02-R, DoD Health Information Security Regulation, dated 12 July 2007 .
DoD 6025.18-R, DoD Health Information Privacy Regulation, dated January 2003 ( Full Answer )
From the Middle English given name "Dodde, Dudde", from the Old English pre 7th Century personal byname "Dodda, Dudda", ultimately from a Germanic root "dudd, dodd", "somethin…g rounded", used to denote a short, rotund man, or possibly a bald one, from "dod", to make bare, cut off. . ( Full Answer )
The administrator for the DoD SBIR is Christopher S. Rinaldi. This company deals with small business innovation research and is in association with the army, the navy and the …air force. ( Full Answer )
One will find that at the DOD EMALL website one can search for and order parts and supplies, and also receive stock out reports and supportability analysis. This site is for …DOD and federal government customers to find finished goods and services from the commercial marketplace and government resources. ( Full Answer )
The amount of time it takes for a dog's nipples to go down can vary greatly depending on a few different things. If the dog is around the puppies, it can take months before th…e teets shrink to normal size. ( Full Answer )
John Dod has written: 'Seuen godlie and fruitfull sermons' -- subject(s): English Sermons, Sermons, English 'A plaine and familiar exposition of the thirteenth and fourtee…nth chapters of the Prouerbs of Salomon' -- subject(s): Bible, Commentaries 'Dod's sayings' 'Moral reflections, or Flowers selected from the garden of Mr. Dodd' -- subject(s): Aphorisms and apothegms, Conduct of life, Quotations, maxims 'A remedy against priuat contentions' -- subject(s): English Sermons, Sermons, English 'A plaine and familiar exposition' -- subject(s): Bible, Commentaries 'Old Mr. Dod's sayings' -- subject(s): Aphorisms and apothegms, Conduct of life, Early works to 1800, Maxims, Quotations, Quotations, maxims 'Ten sermons' -- subject(s): Lord's Supper, Early works to 1800, English Sermons, Sermons, Baptism, Close and open communion 'A plaine and familiar exposition of the eleuenth and twelfth chapters of the Prouerbes of Salomon' -- subject(s): Bible, Commentaries, Early works to 1800 'A remedy against privat contentions' -- subject(s): Bible, English Sermons, Sermons, Sermons, English 'A plaine and familiar exposition of the tenne commandments' -- subject(s): Ten commandments ( Full Answer )
Marcus Dods has written: 'The visions of a prophet' -- subject(s): Prophets, Bible 'The Gospl of St. John ..' -- subject(s): Commentaries, Bible 'Early letters of Marcus… Dods, D.D., late Principal of New College, Edinburgh' -- subject(s): Correspondence 'Early letters of Marcus Dods, D.D. ..' 'Later letters of Marcus Dods, D.D' 'The Gospel of St. John' -- subject(s): Bible, Commentaries, Criticism, interpretation, Interpretation, John's gospel, To 1900 'Mohammed, Buddha, and Christ' -- subject(s): Buddhism, Christianity, Church history, Islam, Buddha and Buddhism 'The Gospel of St. John' -- subject(s): Bible 'The prayer that teaches to pray' -- subject(s): Lord's prayer 'The book of Genesis [and] The book of Exodus' -- subject(s): Accessible book 'Why be a Christian?' -- subject(s): Apologetics, Christianity, History, Religious life, Young men, Youth 'Erasmus, and other essays' -- subject(s): Religion 'The parables of our Lord' -- subject(s): Bible, Criticism, interpretation, Parables 'Footsteps in the path of life' -- subject(s): Meditations, God 'Israel's iron age' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Bible, Biography, Meditations, Twelve tribes of Israel, Jews, History, Bible. O.T. Judges 'Isaac, Jacob and Joseph' 'An Exposition of the Bible, a series of expositions covering all the books of the Old and New Testament by Marcus Dods [and others]' -- subject(s): Commentaries, Bible 'Isaac, Jacob and Joseph' 'An introduction to the New Testament' -- subject(s): Bible, Introductions, New Testament 'On Christian doctrine ; The Enchiridion' -- subject(s): Bible, Theology, Hermeneutics, Preaching, History ( Full Answer )