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  1. DPN term is coming. So, that will be DPN, this is D P N. Now, if we take this point
  2. And dpn't give me this I never felt it garbage!
  3. Now you have a loop there, you want to take a needle, take the needle I have a dpn here,
  4. The response slope dPn by dx n is approximately linear for short xn ad pn ranges what is
  5. that? You see here, so dPn by Xn; that means, this slope which is supposed to be actually
  6. to actually that dPn by dxn. So, this slope is actually
  7. which gives dPn by dxn bar equal to 2 point minus 59 and this need this minus sign
  8. Im going to take a double pointed needle and transfer the first six stitches on to the dpn.
  9. I get many request to show how to cast on with a set of double point needles (dpn's), which we call a nadelspiel in German...
  10. And put them on to this dpn.
  11. So Im going to hold the dpn behind the work, and line it up with the first three stitches
  12. DPN.
  13. The first stitch on the DPN, wrap it and pull it through both stitches.
  14. Into the hook, close the latch, pull it through, size it with the DPN.
  15. This push for a new law got a big boost from the Deaf President Now (DPN) movement in 1988.
  16. Thanks to the DPN movement, the world was able to see that deaf and hard of hearing people could make
  17. The DPN movement happened in March of 1988, then only a month later, in April 1988 -- the ADA was passed!
  18. nominate a connection to that DPN server
  19. in the numerator, as DPN,