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DOC

1. Denominazione di Origine Controllata: used of wines
2. (in New Zealand) Department of Conservation

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/dok/ Common spoken and written shorthand for "documentation". Often used in the plural "docs" and in the construction "doc file" (i.e. documentation available on-line).
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So, he's going to keep on going for his body, Doc Rubin says.
Segal clashed with the DOC in the past, first in 1988 over payment for can-redemption value, again in 1992 for accounting-irregularities charges that were later dropped, and most recently in 1997 when he paid a $1,700 fine for improperly filling out recycling paperwork.
DOC 1 DCS is a scalable and resilient Web service deployment of Group 1 Software's DOC 1 document generation engine for real-time creation of variable content and customized documents in support of customer-facing applications.
Containing native data links within the Mortgage Cadence lending platform, this solution eliminates the need to create a custom interface to a third-party doc prep provider.
From 1998 through December 2002, DOC alleges that Cho represented himself to be either licensed or failed to disclose that he was not properly licensed.
The Mortgage Cadence Finale solution also contains a sophisticated delivery platform, through which completed doc packages are created as .
In the past year, DOC assisted with a Southern California district attorney's office to bring criminal charges against three perpetrators for selling promissory notes offering a 12 percent annual return and then absconding with seniors' money.
PortalPlayer's comprehensive platform solutions include system-on-chip, firmware, software and third-party integration tools, and now - for the first time, support for M-Systems' high-density DOC H-series EFDs.
DOC H-Series EFDs provide a highly reliable and robust embedded memory solution to answer the growing demands for solid-state storage within automotive audio systems.
KS) , one of the world's leading memory semiconductor manufacturers, and M-Systems (Nasdaq: FLSH), an industry leader and innovator of flash-based data storage devices, today announced plans to offer their first-ever jointly introduced DiskOnChip (DOC) embedded flash drive (EFD) - DOC H3, based on the field-proven DiskOnChip architecture.
DOC H3 will allow device designers to easily integrate cost-effective, high-density, on-board storage utilizing Toshiba's latest multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash, and M-Systems' built-in TrueFFS(R) flash management software in firmware.