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DPB

in New Zealand
domestic purposes benefit: an allowance paid to solo parents

DPB

/d*-pib'/ The PDP-10 instruction "DePosit Byte" that inserts some bits into the middle of some other bits. Hackish usage has been kept alive by the Common LISP function of the same name.
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Support for those groups considered less deserving, including sole parents and the unemployed, was weaker but spending on the DPB and unemployment training and assistance gained favour during the early 1990s, contradicting expectations that neo-liberal attacks on welfare dependency would turn public opinion overwhelmingly against groups stigmatised as welfare dependent.
O aumento na DPB com a inclusao de RIM pode ser atribuido ao aumento proporcional do farelo de soja, uma fonte proteica com elevada degradabilidade ruminal, no entanto, o custo das dietas formuladas com incremento da proporcao deste ingrediente deve ser considerado.
However, despite recent changes in philosophy and in policies, women in New Zealand are far more likely to be able to complete an undergraduate degree and in some cases, continue for an advanced degree while receiving the DPB.
In contrast, Perle's DPB had become a neocon sanctuary, including such leading advocates of war on Saddam as former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (R-GA), former CIA Director James R.
Their friends on the DPB and in the media then stoked the public's fears about the WMD threats through frequent appearances on TV and a barrage of newspaper columns and magazine articles.
The portion of the twig distal to the DPB or DUT, which could contain more than the current annual growth (CAG), was converted to biomass using equations for regression lines relating fresh diameter (Y) and dry weight (X) of twigs (Telfer 1969, Potvin 1981).
Perle's resignation on March 28th, after stories in the New York Times and The New Yorker reported that he had violated ethics rules by using his position on the DPB for personal financial benefit.
Opening the case for the Council, Mr John Snell, said that the DPB had initiated a spot-check of patient records at Miss Sanderson's Southampton surgery in June 1998.
Mr Miller admits neglecting his professional responsibilities, receiving fees he was not entitled to, telephoning the patient's mother and failing to produce records to the DPB.
DPB staff can then investigate further by mining into the data and looking at individual and groups of cases.
The original deal, signed in January 1995, was to outsource the DPB's VME and Unix servers, desktops, software and networks for five years, although the DPB retained ownership of the ICL VME mainframe.