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DBC

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A data-parallel bit-serial C based on MPL. SRC, Bowie MD.

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DBC is an exchange-traded fund and is not actively managed.
The other 50% of DBC is owned by Icelandic investment fund Fans Eignarhaldsfelag, which until recently owned shares in Iceland Foods and is understood to be interested in selling its stake.
This year DBC has won contracts to supply Little Chef, worth 12m [pounds sterling], and Cafe Nero Express.
DBC is a commodity pool that is managed by DB Commodity Services LLC, a commodity pool operator registered with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and that is a member of the National Futures Association.
Rodney Hunt, Today's Group MD said: "While we shall be sorry to see DBC leave, after a relationship going back some 12 years, we are satisfied that it is not through any terms issues but purely because of the situation they inherited through the purchase of Tom Granby.
DBC was originally set up as a subsidiary of ESS-Food, in which all three Danish producer co-ops had a share.
What makes DBC different is that over the last 12 months we have analysed consumer trends and retailers' needs for the next decade.
The Cleveland Clinic has become the first facility in the world to install the AXIOM Artis dBC Magnetic Navigation System(TM) from Siemens Medical Solutions, the world's first biplane magnetic navigation system.
Although the DBC is not making a loss, bearing in mind the profit levels our competitors achieve our board is not satisfied with those currently made by the company.
Carrier rejection, shown in Figure 2, for the MIQY-70M is 40 dBc (typ.