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> In a previous article, susanm -at- NCD -dot- Com (Susan Mitchell) says:

>>My friend mentioned something about DNA as well. What's that?

> This nicely ties into your second question: What does DNA stand for?
> The most widely used term DNA represents is deoxyribonucleic acid, a
> nucleic acid that is the main constituent of the chromosomes of cells that
> determines hereditary characteristics. Through some chance happenstance,
> some say random mutation and other say intervention from interstellar
> visitors from E. Vermicelli, the little mammals mentioned above became
> what we now call Usenetters. Critters like yourself, who find it easier
> to post questions like these than look in the dictionary.

My, aren't we sarcastic though?
See following, all knowing one!

>From: sgeorge -at- citi -dot- umich -dot- edu (Scott George)

>DNA--Digital Network Architecture.

>It defines network protocols, formats, etc. The product name is DECnet.

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