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DOL

Display Oriented Language. Subsystem of DOCUS. Sammet 1969, p.678.

Dol

 

(dul, doul), an Uzbek and Tadzhik percussion instrument, which consisted of a two-sided drum and a wooden drumstick with a knob at the end. The dol is no longer used.

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In the meantime, plan fiduciaries should consider what steps they might take to defend against an enforcement action by the DOL. First, a plan fiduciary should understand and document what procedures it has in place, either directly or through a plan service provider, to address these issues.
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