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docs

(1) Short for documents or documentation.

(2) See Google Docs.
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Google will also add similar warning screens to its Apps Scripts, which are used to allow custom macros and add-ons for the company's productivity apps like Docs and Sheets.
But still we could not develop good research culture in the country and one of the major lacking factors is lack of Post Doc researchers.
"Hey, Doc," the policeman said, "I'd like you to meet the new member of our group for this year's trip.
In addition to the most recent contract award, Top Docs has been providing physician recruitment for the Government under a Federal Supply Services Contract for Professional Medical Services since April, 2002, 3 months after opening offices in the Atlanta area.
For the 23rd consecutive year, France's Sunny Side of the Doc will transform the city of La Rochelle into a non-fiction film market rendezvous.
Google adds new features to Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Maps
The new structure can contain a collection of SMART Docs within one document set, so it could hold an entire set of closing docs, replicating the ePackage concept.
Internet search engine company Google has redesigned its Google Docs & Spreadsheets offering, to make it easier for users to manage the documents accumulated, following feedback.
Mechanical doc levelers and doc seals had been installed throughout the facility previously.
Two years ago Maysles received the Hot Docs Lifetime Achievement Award together with his late brother, David, for his groundbreaking films Give Me Shelter, Grey Gardens and Salesman.