DUE may stand for:
- DNA unwinding element
- two, from the Italian due
- Due – Due, the football match between Denmark and Sweden in the UEFA Euro 2004
- Union dues, a membership fee paid by members of labor unions
- Postage due, mail sent with insufficient postage
- "Due", a song by the American musical group Mindless Self Indulgence
- Due, a character in the anime Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Strikers
- Due (place) (50°49′25″N 142°06′35″E / 50.823611°N 142.109722°E / 50.823611; 142.109722), Sakhalin Oblast, Russia, a coal mining area on the southwest of Alexandrovsk-Sakhalinsky (town).
Other articles related to "due":
... This may be due to physical causes such as a yeast infection or trauma during childbirth, while in some cases it may be due to psychological causes, or to a combination of causes ... Peri-menopausal and menopausal vaginismus, often due to a drying of the vulvar and vaginal tissues as a result of reduced estrogen, may occur as a result of "mi ...
... Due process is the legal requirement that the state must respect all of the legal rights that are owed to a person ... Due process balances the power of law of the land and protects the individual person from it ... exact course of the law, this constitutes a due-process violation, which offends against the rule of law ...
... incur considerable losses both in field and storage due to pathogens and insects ... Ruminants are considered to be resistant to the toxic effects of mycotoxins, presumably due to their superior mycotoxin-degrading microbes ... This suggests that since mycotoxins are difficult to digest by human microbes due to better degradation by rumen microbes as compared to mono-gastric animals like humans ...
... Due to its light weight and other properties, beryllium is also used in mechanics when stiffness, light weight, and dimensional stability are required at wide temperature ranges ... as aluminium, although this usage has fallen out of favor recently due to magnesium's flammability ... Due to its radioactivity, radium no longer has many applications, but it used to have many ...
... Examples of fields where this limitation applies include electronics (due to electrons), optics (due to photons), biology (due to DNA), and chemistry (due to molecules) ...
Famous quotes containing the word due:
“Praise is a more ingenious, concealed, and subtle kind of flattery, that satisfies both the giver and the receiver, though by very different ways. The one accepts it as a reward due to his merit; the other gives it that he may be looked upon as a just and discerning person.”
—François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (16131680)
“But in all things whether we shall make only a due use of the liberties we have asked, is left entirely to the judicious reader to decide.”
—Sarah Fielding (17101768)
“I wish to speak with all respect of persons, but sometimes I must pinch myself to keep awake, and preserve the due decorum. They melt so fast into each other, that they are like grass and trees, and it needs an effort to treat them as individuals.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)