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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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Tina Butler, senior patrol agent, District 5, DOC; Vincente Nerio, correctional officer, Lincoln Correctional Center, DOC; Michael Range, correctional officer, Stateville Correctional Center, DOC; Kess Roberson, youth supervisor II, Youth Center - Harrisburg, DJJ; Gather Warnsley, correctional residence counselor I, Decatur Adult Transition Center, DOC
Stella Rodriguez has been Doc Rubin's nurse for 21 years, and in all that time she's never referred an overdue bill to a collection service.
Our standard procedure is to not comment on lawsuits, and especially with pending litigation against a DOC employee, we just can't talk.
With DOC 1 DCS, we are able to enlarge and improve our service portfolio for customers in the insurance field," says Patrick Jaeggi, manager of Output at Centris AG.
The platform supports doc prep for not only first mortgages, but also second mortgages and HELOC's.
Hopefully, the actions taken by DOC and the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office will deter anyone considering this type of misconduct in the future.
The Mortgage Cadence Finale solution also contains a sophisticated delivery platform, through which completed doc packages are created as .
Californians should always contact DOC before they invest to check the status of the transaction or investment they are considering and the licensing status of the person who is selling it.
We are very pleased that Mad Doc has continued to entrust ECD's software for protection in both the commercial gaming and government research environments, and look forward to the ongoing opportunities our partnership will bring.
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.
The virtually paperless computerized approach to legal research allows the Alaska DOC to reallocate staffing for its law libraries by greatly reducing security risks related to contraband stashed in books and by eliminating the labor-intensive process of maintaining each library collection.