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- Department of Public Safety.
- Delivery Point Sequence - a system of automated letter sorting used by the United States Postal Service.
- Damage per second, a standard way to calculate the damage dealt to other players or creatures in online role-playing games.
- A player whose primary role is to deal the maximum amount of damage possible, as opposed to a tank.
- disintegrations per second
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£1,250 on leathers, Spidi offers the previous version of this system, which it calls DPS, in bike vests and jackets from £270.
The only redeeming thing for the DPS is that, as soon as he submitted his proper proof of citizenship they granted the bloody permit!
Another called DPS's plan "a terrible decision that shows total disregard for the well being of DPS students."
DPS is wrestling with declining enrollment, aging facilities and the challenges of reversing public perception.
DPS is defined here as an assembly of computer hardware, software and policies equivalent to a TDR (trusted digital repository) 'whose mission is to provide reliable, long-term access to managed digital resources to its designated community, now, and in the future'.
I think a proper journalist would have taken the next step and either called DPS or simply looked on their website to understand what more they were doing to honor the man.
Dave Hendersott, chief Deputy of the Sheriff's Office spotted Nick and he called DPS twice to have them come out and give Nick a citation.
Arson investigators are asking that anyone with information about the crime call DPS or the Crimestoppers tip line at 1-800-252-TIPS.
If it doesn’t, the DPS is out of line asking forit.
If it doesn’t, the DPS is out of line asking for it.