DCD


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DCD

(Document Content Description) An XML schema language from Textuality, Microsoft and IBM that is implemented as an RDF vocabulary. It supports data typing and schema reuse and is the successor to XML-Data. See XML schema, RDF and XML.
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Mohammad Yousuf Al Emadi, Manager of Network and Servers section of DCD, explained that the new drones can play multiple roles.
The hurdles children with DCD face fall into multiple areas and affect everything from simple movement to emotions.
As per the available data, there are reported cases of DCD of kidney in India but none for liver.
The DCD also implemented a personal dashboard in extension to the Dubai Life Safety Dashboard, which assists DCD and building owners to monitor city/building live from a single screen," Al Matroushi further said.
Lauding the achievement, Prakash Chablani, the managing director of Unigulf Group, said: "We worked closely with Afico towards acquiring the DCD certificate for its entire range of insulation and acoustic products.
According to the agreement, the Dubai Courts will facilitate procedures for the cases referred by the DFWC, which will, in turn, provide shelter and psychological and social services to all social groups that are sent by DCD, including victims of human trafficking, domestic violence, abuse and others.
Because DCD also amplifies the nutritional quotients in produce, it is critical we focus on implementing ways to ensure food security to avoid future famine not arguing over the safety of GM foods.
Controlled and detailed experiments examining the factors affecting the degradation of DCD in soil are few, and there have been no detailed experiments examining the effect of aeration on DCD degradation.
It is important to realise that most health professionals will use the term DCD, as opposed to dyspraxia, to describe children's motor (or movement) ability that is significantly below that of typically developing children.
While DCD is often regarded as an umbrella term to cover poor muscle coordination, dyspraxia refers to people who have additional problems planning, organising and carrying out movements in the right order.
Children with DCD present with impaired development of motor coordination that significantly disrupts performance of activities of daily living and academic achievement (Ayyash & Preece, 2003).
Under the new requirements OPOs must address key medical and ethical issues in the individual DCD protocols they develop with donor hospitals in their service area.