from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Department of Commerce
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- drug of choice
- Department of Corrections
- dissolved organic carbon
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So naturally he went to the CIA and DOC is seen as token. nolaboyd Says:
But upon visiting the Alice Springs Airport site the other day to track down a transfer bus, my eye was immediately caught by a grim-looking warning (in DOC format) about Murray Valley encephalitis (MVE) and Kunjin disease, both mosquito-borne maladies that are common in the area.
So, a way to remember if the full moon is approaching or going away is to remember the word DOC (the "O" meaning full).
Everyone calls her DOC because not only is it a play on her initials but she administers to all who know her with a gentle good-humored scalpel.
Yes, DOC is a hodge-podge agency lacking a clear mission or focus: its pieces don’t fit together under a common theme.
It is amazing that more people didn't realize Cars was made many years ago with Michael J Fox when it was called DOC HOLLYWOOD.
If Brent Myers, director of registration and victim services at the DOC, which is in charge of the registry, doesn't comply, he will go to jail until he does comply, said Morgan County Superior Court I Judge G. Thomas Gray Monday during a hearing.
As we were waiting for the main course to be served, the best man / MC called the DOC and I over and suggested we play some type of ice breaker game.
My victory against the DOC is a victory for all prisoners in Pennsylvania, as well as groups who support prisoners.