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DNS is the Domain Name System, a network system used to translate names into IP addresses.
DNS may also refer to:
Science and medicine
- Deviated nasal septum, a displaced part of the nose
- 3,5-Dinitrosalicylic acid, in chemistry
- Direct numerical simulation
- Doctor of Nursing Science, an academic research degree
- Det Nødvendige Seminarium, a teacher training college in Denmark
- Didcot, Newbury and Southampton Railway, an English railway 1891–1923
- Dinas Powys railway station's station code
- Distressed non-swimmer
- Dragon NaturallySpeaking, speech recognition software
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