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  • abbr. Doctor of Canon Law
  • abbr. Doctor of Civil Law

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  • : Initialism of Doctor of Civil Law. (a terminal higher education degree)
  • Initialism of Digital Command Language.
  • Initialism of Double-Checked Locking.


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  • Yes, there is a couple of things, the acquisitions, particularly DCL, which is a women's health focused business did bring us volume in histology year-over-year that helped that number.

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  • ( "DCL") were exchanged for trust units of the Fund.

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  • Most ObjectDCL user enquiries happen in closely related forums, such as DCL, VisualLISP and others.

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  • I asked a PA "DCL" officer who has an Israeli counterpart at the Israeli "DCL" military office in Jabal Manouh in Hebron.

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  • It's possible that you have not heard yet, because I was the first one to write two books that talked about this character, I have two books called - Help the Saci, published by the DCL Publishing House, the other is called - The True Saci, from the EUL Publishing House.

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  • Não sei se já ouviram falar que o Saci na verdade é um personagem indígena e que tem duas pernas, é provável que não ouviram ainda, pois eu fui o primeiro que escreveu dois livros que fala sobre esse personagem, tenho dois livros com o título - Ajuda do Saci, da Editora DCL, e o outro que se chama - O Saci Verdadeiro, da Editora UEL.

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  • The original DCL tempered its eagerness to enter into a Bronfman partnership with Scottish prudence.


  • Although the DCL was nearly as old as the sixty-four-year-old Ross, it was he who had turned it into a formidable trust.


  • For the next five years, while the British market for whiskey and gin dropped more than 6 percent annually, and even as a worldwide depression bared its teeth, the directors of DCL paid their shareholders of its common stock a dividend yielding 20 percent annually.


  • Because that made it impossible for DCL to take a position in the Canadian market with clean hands in any case, maybe it made sense to work out something with the Bronfmans, but . . . not with the Bronfmans.



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