Definition of 'DST'
Example sentences containing 'DST'
`Just a funny internal feeling," Ryle said seriously, but he was grinning as the door closed behind the DST man.DOUBLE DECEIT DOUBLE DECEIT
Which reminds me -- "He broke off for a moment,' -- I must have a word with the DST about those French +DOUBLE DECEIT
He had great respect for the DST, which functioned much like a combination of the CIA and FBI within France.THE SHADOWS OF POWER (2002)
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