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damp course, damp check, dampproof course

In masonry, an impervious horizontal layer of material (as tile, dense limestone, metal, etc.) to prevent the capillary entrance of moisture from the ground or a lower course, but used also below copings, above roof level in chimneys, and elsewhere to stop downward seepage.
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The power shortage mess was prompted by the failure of independent power producer DPC to deliver the 25 MW in its power supply agreement with the Paleco.
DPC, Ireland's independent supervisory authority for data protection, had earlier said that the number of potentially affected European Union accounts is less than 10% of the 50 million accounts in total potentially affected by the security breach.
If a physician leaves a hospital system to open a DPC practice, a non-compete clause might not apply, in Dr.
He added that, "with their continued rehabilitation of distribution lines, improvement of transmission lines and prioritization of new interconnection facilities, DPC can supply more electricity to more communities in the next 12-48 months.
Earlier, the DPC meeting held on December 6, 2017, and 19 promotion cases (six promotion cases of lecturers from federal government colleges and 13 cases from model colleges) were submitted and discussed to promote them as BPS-18 assistant professors.
The partnership will allow QNL to access DPC's international network to develop sustainable digital preservation solutions for the benefit of Qatari institutions and digital content important to Qatar and the region.
Juan Bicarregui, chair of the DPC Board and head of the Data Division for the Science and Technology Facilities Council, said: "In welcoming QNL to the DPC we recognise that the ongoing challenge of resilient access to digital materials is international.
The DPC is an independent advisory body to the government on development issues.
Harvey Building Products is a portfolio company of Dunes Point Capital, LP (DPC).
(DPC) is investing around P160 million to acquire 11.2 megawatts (MW) of additional capacity to serve 'missionary' areas in Masbate and Palawan.