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DOC

1. Denominazione di Origine Controllata: used of wines
2. (in New Zealand) Department of Conservation

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/dok/ Common spoken and written shorthand for "documentation". Often used in the plural "docs" and in the construction "doc file" (i.e. documentation available on-line).
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"Schools are groups of the same species that swim in a common direction," Doc said.
- Doc 7 Wellman Graham Surface Condenser Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual
It was like a family gathering when Doc Willie, accompanied by his wife and ever helpful assistant Doc Liza, visited us at The STAR editorial office last Wednesday night, this time, as a senatorial candidate.
Instead he dragged Doc from the burning fuselage, which exploded as they ran for safety.
Electrolux is of the opinion that the DOC set this tariff rate by improperly citing, as the basis for this decision, a failure on behalf of Electrolux to submit data in a timely manner.
As tor the influence of feedstock type on DOC content as well at the extent to which it is prone to leaching from BC, several authors have reported that BCs from wood and woody biomass generally release less DOC compared to non-wood biomass (e.g., agricultural residue and animal wastes) (Mukherjee, Zimmerman 2013; Graber et al.
This week, wedding bells are ringing for PC Joe Penhale and the doc's nanny Janice (John Marquez and Robyn Addison).
For these samples, the average DOC was 607 X (range, 0 -3,614X); 99.42% of TNs had an average minimum DOC >50X.
So here it is a gap which can be filled by post doc researchers as post doc is totally a research based program, in which researcher work on a scientific problem and also help and guide other researchers in the lab.
But what also differentiates Doc -- and Dora the Explorer, an exceptionally popular Latina character whose toy line has sold $12 billion worth of merchandise over the years, Nickelodeon executives say -- is her crossover appeal.
In early 2009, the Massachusetts Department of Correction (DOC) leadership decided to give social media a try in order to send messages out to a broader audience.
"DOC MARA" was an Outstanding Young Scientist and was listed in the World Directory of Mathematicians.