One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Doctor of Science.
- ‘The title he liked the best was always his DSc.’
- ‘Carol Boozer, DSc, one of the researchers, says she is cautiously optimistic about the study's findings.’
- ‘In order to create a similar product, Walker's chemist D. P. Callister determined Marmite's chemical composition, the research for which earned him a DSc from the University of Melbourne.’
- ‘In addition he was awarded an honorary DSc from the universities of Bath, Brunel, and Liverpool.’
- ‘In 1973 he received a DSc from Findlay University and was a professor at the Institute of Environmental Studies and director of the Water Resources Center at the University of Illinois until his 1994 retirement.’
- ‘He received his DSc from Imperial College in 1950.’
- ‘Leah Curtin, DSc, is another nurse whom great numbers of nurses across the country recognize and respect.’
- ‘On Sunday, April 21, from 5 to 6 PM, Leah Curtin, DSc, will host a student nurse reception.’
- ‘With her typical sparkling wit, keynote speaker Leah Curtin, DSc, captivated attendees during the session titled ‘Shared Values for a Troubled World.’’
- ‘Mark F. Schwartz, DSc, clinical co-director of dissociative disorders and compulsivity programs at Masters and Johnson, a St. Louis-based sex research and treatment center, can attest to that.’
- ‘She obtained a Ph.D in plastic surgery from Madras University in 1979 and was the first to obtain a DSc for her work on nutritional management.’
- ‘We read the article ‘Accommodating Latex Allergy Concerns in Surgical Settings’ by Esah S. Yip, DSc, with great concern and alarm.’
Distinguished Service Cross, (in the US) an Army decoration for heroism in combat or (in the UK) a decoration for distinguished active service at sea.
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