DDB

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AcronymDefinition
DDBDowntown Development Board
DDBDogue de Bordeaux (French: Bordeaux Dog)
DDBDouble-Declining-Balance (depreciation method)
DDBDoyle Dane Bernbach (advertising agency)
DDBDistributed Database
DDBDevice Dependent Bitmap
DDBDynamic Database
DDBDigital Database
DDBDependency Directed Backtracking (tree search algorithms)
DDBDe Delftse Bedrijvendagen (Delft University of Technology career fair)
DDBDownload Data Block
DDBDue Date Buddies (women with same due date)
DDBDigital Data Bus
DDBDortmund Databank
DDBDigital Data Buffer
DDBDisplay Data Base
DDBDigital Domestic Bus
DDBDiscussion Database
DDBDoctor Diagnosed Bronchitis
DDBDynamic Data Bank
DDBDeaf, Dumb and Blind
DDBDigital Dictionary of Buddhism (project)
DDBDeep-Discount Bond
DDBDen Danske Bank (Denmark)
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The usual first-year depreciation allowance for the property (for regular tax purposes) would be $140,000 (the first year of the double-declining-balance method for five-year property subject to a half-year convention).
The usual first-year depreciation allowance for the property would be $3,640 (the first year of the double-declining-balance method for five-year property, subject to a half-year convention).