DPer


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DPer

/dee-pee-er/ Data Processor. Hackers are absolutely amazed that suits use this term self-referentially. *Computers* process data, not people!

See DP.
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The first and second peaks, at 226 and 288[degrees]C, were attributed to the decomposition of APP and the esterification reaction of DPER and phosphoric acid formed by APP.
In this context, I and DPER are elements of a vector of noneconomic variables in equation (3).
In November 2011, the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform published their plan 'Public Service Reform' (DPER, 2011) which outlined how customer services and public sector efficiency was to be improved over the coming four or five years.
(50) He was a learned scholar known for his commentaries and illustrations (dper brjod) to the Kdvyddarsa, called also gnyal pa chos rje bsod nams grags pa and dka' chen bsod nams grags pa.
Therefore, the aim of this work was to investigate the co-microencapsuiation of APP and dipentaerythritol (DPER) with MF resin by means of the in situ polymerization method and the use of the co-microencapsulated APP and DPER (M(A&D)) in polypropylene (PP).
(5) The NSB regards the assignment of a lead role to the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform (DPER) to promote data sharing across the public sector, as a very welcome development.
[right arrow] prasuyeta dper na bud med gzhon nu dbul mo \ brken ma \ mgon med pa \ nad kyis thebs pa \ bar ma dor sdug bsngal bar gyur pa \ sbrum pas nyen pa zhig mgon med pa khang pa zhig tu song ba las \ bu mo de bu byung nas \ de na snga nas gnas pa gzhan dag gis de de'i nang nas bskrad de nyong mongs me de bu btsas ma thag tu byis pa kha dmar khyer nas \ lo legs pa'i yul zhig tu chas te song ba las.