Definitions

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  • Census-designated place

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Examples

  • He called CDP, in which the state owns a two-thirds stake and nonprofit banking foundations in which local politicians are heavily represented own the rest, as "already private in some measure."

    Italy Plans State Investment Fund

  • Christiana Figueres, the UN's Climate Secretary said at the launch, "CDP is to the future of business what the X-ray was to the then-future of medicine -- without it, we would never have seen the insides of the patient's health."

    Andrew Winston: The Most Powerful NGO You've Probably Never Heard of

  • The CDP is worth checking out because, although they focus on digitization projects in the west, their online resources would be of value to anyone interested in digitization, no matter where in the world they may be.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • UCDP spokesman Sipho Mfundisi said the charges related to allegations that the party, then known as the CDP, misused government funds to bolster its own coffers prior to the 1994 elections.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Kazek Kowalski writes, "Jerzy Cichocki from CD Projekt (company you should know from The Witcher game - CDP is Polish Capcom games publisher too) officially announced PC version of Resident Evil 5.

    Voodoo Extreme

  • Completing the CDP was another step forward in our sustainability journey.

  • The CDP is a major component of the Federal Emergency Management Agency's National Preparedness Directorate and is the nation's only Congressionally-chartered federal training facility.

    EMSResponder.com: Top EMS News

  • Activists called the CDP offices and pushed for passage.

    D-Day

  • We must also work with our DNC members to ensure the CDP is a full partner with the DNC's

    Calitics - Front Page

  • The CDP is the only federally chartered weapons of mass destruction training center, catering to emergency responders from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S.

    Washington Technology Current Issue

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