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Dax

Dax (däks), town (1990 pop. 20,119), Landes dept., SW France, in Gascony, on the Adour River. It has long been famous for its hot mineral springs. An aviation school is in the town.

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DAX

DAX Stock exchange Deutsche Aktienindex (German share price index)

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