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DCB

(organic chemistry)
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DCB Bank is a new generation private sector bank with 310 branches across 19 states and three union territories in India.
Severe infestation of DCB damages the seed cotton embryo resultantly seed viability is reduced (Kirkpatrick, 1923; Pearson, 1958; Srinivas and Patil, 2004).
DCB has been supplying data communications equipment to businesses nationwide since 1981.
The Lutonix 035 DCB is also the only DCB being evaluated in an IDE trial for the treatment of dysfunctional arteriovenous fistulae located in the upper extremity.
DCB u15 Junior League Central Division ken ferguson Cup: Sunderland v Burnmoor, Durham City v Philadelphia, Eppleton v Hetton Lyons.
ABB will provide the DCB with FOCS equipment for the smart substation in Fuping, Shanxi province, which will supply power for a rapidly developing industrial area there.
DCB has a wide ranging structure of support for new businesses - from those looking to set up their first businesses to established entrepreneurs looking to launch a new venture.
Earlier, winning the toss and choosing to bat first, DCB Kings got a steady start with openers Iqbal Khan (31, 27b, 3x4) and Usman Mustaq (12, 14b, 1x4) sharing 33 runs for the opening wicket.
Natrajan, Managing Director & CEO, DCB Bank inaugurated the Bank's new branches.
Key words: DCB tests, carbon fiber, fracture toughness, interlaminar, delamination
Piloted in 1998, DCB introduced three things to ASL management: tying the decision of what and how much to stock to both the benefits produced and the resources required, emphasizing the need to deal with highly variable demand, and using automated exclusion criteria.
Linear regression coefficients [[beta] (95% CI)] for 1,4- DCB (a) and pulmonary function outcomes in NHANES III, 1988-1994.