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An abbreviation for "direct message," a form of private communication on social media sites or Internet forums. It is most commonly used as a verb. I'll DM you the address. DM me if you have any questions. Send me a DM so it's not public.

DM me

A request to send one a direct message, a form of private communication on social media sites or Internet forums. DM me if you have any questions.
See also: dm

slide into (one's)/the DMs

slang To successfully flirt with someone via direct message (DM) on social media. If you're trying to slide into your crush's DMs, don't use a cheesy pick-up line. A: "I just slid into the DMs and asked her out on a date." B: "Wow, I can't believe that actually worked!"
See also: DM, slide
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DMS has reportedly experienced dramatic growth in the past 18 months.
DMS runs multiple shrink-wrapping machines that vary in speed and film sizes.
Using the same powerful automation behind MetaJure Smart DMS, ILLUMINATE automatically captures, OCR's and indexes all of the documents, folders, and email on personal computers, network drives, or other dedicated storage sites such as Microsoft[R] SharePoint[R], Worldox[R], and NetDocuments[R] - without disrupting the data.
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The new DMS system will be displayed at K 2016 this October in Dusseldorf, Germany.
The coordination of incentives within a group of heterogeneous decision makers (DMs) constitutes one of the main research topics in agency theory (Jensen and Meckling, 1976; Holmstrom, 1979; Bamberg and Spremann, 1987; Laffont and Martimort, 2001; Gibbons and Roberts, 2013).
When I refused to fulfill his demand, the DMS expelled me from the hostel and also registered a first information report (FIR) with the police against me four months back, she maintained.
DMS Offshore Investment Services Limited (DMS) is a company involved in fund governance with more than 225 professionals representing leading investment funds with assets under management worth over USD330bn.
Further, the report states that utilities adopting DMS may face interoperability issues due to a lack of standardization, and different vendors supplying various types of components for grids.
Commenting on the scope of the partnership, DMS' Chief Operating Officer, Michel Malkoun stated that, "Wamda is undoubtedly a premier platform for entrepreneurs in the MENA region, and our sponsorship is aligned with DMS' goal of supporting innovative thinkers and doers out of the Lebanese market.
DMS can be considered as a resource and a reusable material for construction purpose unless it is affected by industrial contaminant.
It is not surprising that we are mostly unaware of how deeply our lives today depend upon the functioning of complex expert systems, of the sort exemplified by DMS. For we generally tend to overlook the material infrastructures that surround us and support us: things like electrical wiring, elevators, and heating and cooling systems--not to mention the oxygen in the atmosphere and the bedrock beneath our feet.
DMS Offshore Investment Services, the world's largest fund governance firm, on Feb.
THE Delhi Milk Scheme ( DMS) has been incurring annual losses worth hundreds of crores of rupees for the past several years but the Union government seems to have no clear strategy to bail it out.
THE HAGUE, Netherland, Exset, pioneers of TV ecosystems for emerging markets, last week announced that Kudus Technology based in Namibia, has successfully developed monetisation applications that can be deployed by the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) using Exset's Digital Monetisation System (DMS).