DSD

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AcronymDefinition
DSDDirect Store Delivery
DSDDirect Stream Digital (Sony digital audio format)
DSDDeutsches Sprachdiplom (German: German Language Diploma)
DSDDevelopment Services Department (various locations)
DSDDecision Support Database
DSDDelta Sigma Delta (dental fraternity)
DSDDuales System Deutschland (German)
DSDDistrict of South Dakota (judiciary)
DSDDevelopment Services Division (various locations)
DSDDisorders of Sex Development
DSDDeveloper Services Division
DSDDirect Stream Digital
DSDDedicated Server for Domino
DSDData Security Division
DSDDetailed Systems Design
DSDDigital Self Defense
DSDDigital Services and Development Unit
DSDDirection de la Solidarité Départementale (French: Departmental Directorate for Solidarity)
DSDDigital System Design
DSDDisability Services Division (various locations)
DSDDivision of Student Development (various schools)
DSDDrainage Services Department (Hong Kong)
DSDDepartment of Sustainable Development (UN)
DSDDuct Smoke Detector
DSDDangerous Substances Directive
DSDDrop Size Distribution
DSDDefense Signals Directorate (AU)
DSDDirector of Staff Development
DSDDaggett School District (Utah)
DSDDefense Systems Division
DSDData Structure Diagram
DSDDocument Structure Description (XML)
DSDDeputy Secretary of Defense
DSDDistance Selling Directive (consumer legislation; EU)
DSDDirectorate of Staff Duties
DSDDevelopmental Special Duties
DSDDigital Solutions Division (various companies)
DSDDécoupes Systèmes Diamant (French: Diamond Cutting Systems)
DSDDigestive System Disorder
DSDDelaware School for the Deaf
DSDDetailed System Design
DSDDetonation Shock Dynamics
DSDDecision Sight Distance (road design)
DSDDynamic Separation of Duty
DSDDear Step Daughter
DSDDry Sterile Dressing
DSDDivision of Shortage Designation
DSDDigital Service Drive (software)
DSDDefence Studies Department (UK Joint Services Command and Staff College)
DSDDaily Security Dialogue
DSDDrug Strategy Directorate (UK)
DSDDigital Sharing Device
DSDDrivers Safety Device
DSDDynamic Service Delete
DSDDecimated Signal Diagonalization
DSDDropShip Direct (direct mail distribution and logistics company)
DSDDeed to Secure Debt (mortgage type)
DSDData Sharing Device
DSDDrug-Sniffing Dog
DSDDouble Shoulder Disarticulation
DSDData Specification Document
DSDDesign Specification Documents
DSDDirect Services Dialing
DSDDedicated Server Domino
DSDData Standards Definition
DSDDistrict Security Division
DSDDeep Submergence Device
DSDData Systems Designator
DSDDrop Ship Delivery
DSDData Source Definition
DSDDistrict Secretary's Division (Sri Lanka)
DSDData Schema Diagram
DSDDab Session Designs
DSDDoctor in Social Development (various universities)
DSDDouble Stamp Day
DSDData Service Delivery (Sprint)
DSDDemi-Séisme de Dimensionnement (French: Half Earthquake Design; nuclear energy industry)
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The Dangerous Substances Directive 76/464/EEC creates a legislative framework for dealing with water pollution caused by an extensive list of dangerous substances.
On July 13, 2000, the EU Court of Justice ruled against Portugal for its failure to adopt and communicate pollution-reduction programmes for ninety-nine dangerous substances under the Dangerous Substances Directive, and for failing to fix deadlines for their implementation (Case C-1998/261).
In the third case against Portugal, the Commission has decided to notify a reasoned opinion for non-respect of the EU's Dangerous Substances Directive (Council Directive 76/464/EEC on pollution caused by certain dangerous substances discharged into the aquatic environment of the EU).
The Dangerous Substances Directive (67/548/EEC) represents core legislation for dealing with chemicals in the EU.
This order was made in 2005, with judges criticising Ireland for not establishing an authorisation system for local authority water discharges of dangerous substances, as mandated by the 1976 European Union (EU) dangerous substances directive.
The dangerous substances Directive 76/464/EEC is one of the earliest pieces of EU environmental quality legislation.
As expected, light bulbs and domestic lamps were moved from the WEEE Directive to the Dangerous Substances Directive.
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