DRK


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AcronymDefinition
DRKDeutsches Rotes Kreuz (German Red Cross)
DRKDansk Retriever Klub (Danish: Danish Retriever Club)
DRKDeveloper Resource Kit (Windows Mobile)
DRKDemokratiska Republiken Kongo (Swedish: Democratic Republic of Congo)
DRKDeutscher Rottweiler Klub (German: German Rottweiler Club)
DRKDark Red Kidney Bean (agronomy)
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In the AU2EU pilot, 20 DRK test participants in the southwest of Germany will be equipped with sensors for in-home activity and status monitoring.
We are very pleased to partner with DRK and MyVacationRentalGuide," says Ed Ulmer, director of business development, Barefoot.
Age-distribution of Maximum recruitment rate first-time donors at DRK at age 18, lower plateau Blood Service and age ages 25-50; further structure in population decrease until age 67.
Steve Gray, vice president of marketing services, DRK, 101 Summer St.
We have seen both the challenges of living with mental illness as well as incredible men and women who overcome those challenges and shine, one of the things that inspired us to create this new scholarship," said Anthony DeLuca, DRK Attorneys.
In software marketing circles, DRK president David Kasabian is widely known as the creator of many of the industry's most effective ad campaigns and package designs.
Our growth is due our ability to engineer products to order, integrate the newest technology, adapt to customer needs and foster long-standing relationships like the one we have with DRK Enterprises.
Last summer, afte shopping around for a new design firm, Delta hired Boston-based DRK Inc.
The DRK BWH is one of the large Red Cross Blood Donor Services in Germany, collecting and processing approximately 25% of the blood supply in Germany.
The DRK BWH is one of the large Red Cross Donor Services in Germany, collecting and processing approximately 25% of the blood supply in Germany.