American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A nucleoside analogue antiviral drug that inhibits the replication of retroviruses such as HIV by interfering with the enzyme reverse transcriptase. Also called zalcitabine.
- n. an antiviral drug used to combat HIV infection
“Several researchers reported that combining AZT with the experimental drugs known as DDC and DDI substantially increased survival rates.”
“In De doctrina Christiana (henceforth "DDC"), St. Augustine lays the groundwork for a good, spiritual exegesis by elucidating on the virtue of charity, and all that means.”
“District Court for the District of Columbia ( "DDC") is not my normal subject matter, as I don't often post on law - if at all, these days - but is one of great interest to me since it's being prosecuted by the counterintelligence division of the Department of Justice.”
“EDID and HDCP are implemented by storing pertinent information on a chip in the monitor, which information is then communicated to the computer to which the monitor is connected via a "DDC" wire in the video cable.”
“Development of reusable components such as DDC, DUC, Digital FIR Filters, Poly-phase filters, Modulators and De-Modulators for various communication standards, MAC (Media Access Control) Layer and protocol layers, Components for FEC, RF Analog Front End as IP”
“I worked with interior designer Jesse Carrier to merge raw, industrial elements of the space with found items like 19th-century doors from upstate New York and Charme chairs from DDC.”
“This is to correct the widespread misconception that the commission was discarding the voter register given that it will not be using Direct Data Capture DDC machines for accreditation in the April elections.”
“USAA, the financial services corporation, also employs DDC for its grassroots lobbying and mass e-mailed its customers Friday morning to call lawmakers and oppose reform (view a copy here).”
“However, starting in 2009, health insurance companies laundered up to $20 million dollars through the Chamber to run anti-health reform ads, used firms like DDC to scare customers and send their employees to anti-health reform town halls and rallies, and worked closely with front groups to viciously smear reform legislation.”
“Last year, DDC helped JP Morgan Chase coordinate a stealth campaign to kill efforts to tax banker bonuses.”
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