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Synonyms for DP

a person forced to flee from home or country

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As part of the "strategic pause" announced in November 2005, SDDC held a Non-Advocate Review (NAR) to discuss ways to maximize the effectiveness of Families First and DPS development.
After determining the need, the Alabama DPS began planning a training program for its officers.
THERE IS NO ASSURANCE OR GUARANTEE WITH RESPECT TO THE PRICES AT WHICH ANY SECURITIES OF DPS WILL TRADE.
DPS and Spot Runner have established a co-branded online portal that contains a diverse library of diamond jewelry TV ads.
DPS offers its customers a subset of the testing services that we offer at BioReference.
High performance and scalability; leveraging Teradata's environment, Defiance DPS has minimal impact on performance, processing hundreds of thousands of rows per second
The combination of Symantec's LiveState Recovery solutions with DPS will protect critical data and ensure rapid recovery of complete systems with minimal impact on the organization," said Jim Herbert, general manager, Windows Server Division at Microsoft Corp.
The combination of DPS and Double-Take allows users to easily scale their data recovery systems beyond a single site and address the full range of common recovery needs, including protection of critical applications.
Production of the WEEBLES DVDs is a collaborative effort between the Hasbro Properties Group and DPS Film Roman.
Look out, world, here comes 'El Superbeasto,' another genre blending creation from the brilliant comic imagination of Rob Zombie," said John Hyde, CEO of DPS Film Roman.
As discussed in the Company's Form 10-Q for the period ended March 31, 2004, the Company's contract with the Maryland DPS has underperformed, fluctuating between minimal profitability, breakeven and losses.
DPS Zap WMS helps manage complex warehouse processes by optimizing space utilization, combining multiple picks and put-aways, and enabling customer compliant labels to be printed for shipments.
The new Pixim-enabled cameras, which include the PIXSTAR TK-WD310U from JVC, the Hyper-D from Baxall, and the 5100 series SIMD cameras from Pelco, leverage Pixim's DPS technology that converts images into digital format immediately at the point of capture, providing dramatically improved image quality and higher dynamic range than existing technologies.