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DRP

(1) (Distribution and Replication Protocol) A W3C protocol for downloading only updated Web information (differential downloads). The website maintains an index of its files, including HTML pages, images and applications. The browser downloads the DRP index, which serves as a roadmap to the updated files when compared to the current index.

(2) (Disaster Recovery Planning) See disaster recovery.

(3) (Dynamically Reconfigurable Processor) An adaptive computing architecture from NEC Electronics (www.necel.com) that was introduced in 2003. See adaptive computing.
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Ares Capital's dividend reinvestment plan is summarized in more detail in the Joint Proxy Statement/Prospectus previously sent to Allied Capital stockholders.
Check with the public library for copies of ``No-Load Stocks'' by Charles Carlson, Evergreen Enterprises' ``Directory of Companies Offering Dividend Reinvestment Plans,'' and ``Standard & Poor's Directory of Dividend Reinvestment Plans.
Despite these complex tax implications, dividend reinvestment plans provide a convenient and easy way for investors, particularly small investors, to build ownership in a company over a long period of time.
Xerium also announced that it expects to establish a dividend reinvestment plan (DRIP) during the first quarter of 2007.
Shareholders electing participation before the payment date may reinvest their dividends in additional shares of common stock through the Dividend Reinvestment Plan originally adopted in March 2003 and amended and restated in March 2006.
Shareholders participating in Liberty All-Star Growth Fund's Dividend Reinvestment Plan and Cash Purchase Plan will receive shares purchased for them on the open market by the Plan Agent (if the shares are trading at a discount from their net asset value) or issued to them by the Fund (if the shares are trading at or above their net asset value).
Shareholders participating in Liberty All-Star Equity Fund's Dividend Reinvestment Plan and Cash Purchase Plan will receive shares purchased for them on the open market by the Plan Agent (if the shares are trading at a discount from their net asset value) or issued to them by the Fund (if the shares are trading at or above their net asset value).