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Synonyms for DOE

the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States

mature female of mammals of which the male is called 'buck'

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"We don't want to wake up in the middle of the night and find that our dream of a clean hydrogen revolution has become a nightmare." CONTACT: DOE Office of Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies, (800)DOE-3732, hydrogen_fuelcell.html; Uhion of Concerned Scientists Clean Vehicle Program, (617)547-5552, www.ucs
To be sure, Doe could simply operate Wild Wheels as an unincorporated division of Doe Industries, in which case any losses by one operation would automatically offset profits in the other--without the complexities of filing a consolidated tax return.
Unfortunately, the real-life result is that the DOE allows its contractors to decide whether to defend a case, to choose the lawyers (subject to approval by the DOE), and to exert tremendous influence over decisions such as whether to settle or go to trial.
Design-Ease helps users conduct DOEs using two-level factorial, fractional factorial, or Plackett-Burman designs.
This does not mean I should give others everything they could possibly want.
While pulling down with the hands and nodding the head, chant, "Doe Doe Dee Dee."
I do not mean that we should get nothing in the here-and-now, but rather than in the long run it means nothing if what we do has no meaning in the continuum, if it does not contain elements of the past and seeds for the future.
An important collection of papers was that edited by Chew[43] which appears to have been the first conference on DOE in Nov.
If WIPP does open and that enormous piece of Southwest real estate becomes the nation's latest nuclear waste holding grounds, critics - and a majority of the public - believe that at some point radioactivity will leak from the site.
However, as you will see in our more detailed product reviews, that does not mean the products are without glitches.
The General Accounting Office (GAO), Congress's investigative arm, does valuable evaluative work.
The 386 and 486 have advanced memory management capabilities that the 286 does not have, enabling multiple applications to run simultaneously (see Windows).
DLJ does a direct business that is doing very, very well.
Windows 95 is inherently faster: Not only does the computer process the data quicker (because the information moves in 32-bit, rather than 16-bit, bundles) but also Windows 95 can do more than one job at a time (multitasking).