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DBCDesign By Contract
DBCDarlington Borough Council (UK)
DBCDynamic Brake Control
DBCDatabase CAN (Controller Area Network; file format)
DBCDenton Bible Church (Denton, TX)
DBCData Bus Controller
DBCDouble Byte Character
DBCData Broadcasting Corp.
DBCDigital Business Center
DBCData Buffer Controller
DBCData Base Container
DBCData Base Creator
DBCData Base Connectivity
DBCDecibels (referenced to the carrier)
DBCDiagnose Behandeling Combinatie (Dutch)
DBCDistance between Centers (optics)
DBCDigital Business Card (various meanings)
DBCDansk BiblioteksCenter (Danish Bibliographic Centre)
DBCDragon Boat Canada (governing body)
DBCDetroit Boat Club (est. 1839; Michigan)
DBCDiversified Business Communications (various locations)
DBCDynamic Business College (Tokyo, Japan)
DBCDevelopment Bank of China
DBCDead Brain Cells (Canadian Heavy Metal band)
DBCDistrict Budget Committee (various locations)
DBCDictionnaire Biographique du Canada
DBCDecatur Baptist Church (Alabama)
DBCDenied Boarding Compensation
DBCDetailed Business Case (various organizations)
DBCDeath by Chocolate
DBCDeaconess Billings Clinic (Montana)
DBCDuplicate Bridge Club
DBCDirect Bond Copper (semiconductor manufacturing)
DBCDirty But Clean (DBC Pierre, Man Booker Prize winning novelist)
DBCDashboard Confessional (band)
DBCDaniel Boone Council (scouting)
DBCDowntown Business Community (various organizations)
DBCDraguignan Badminton Club (France)
DBCDuBois Business College (DuBois, PA)
DBCDatabase Computer
DBCDesign Basis Conditions (atomic energy)
DBCDurham Bird Club (UK)
DBCDocumentation Based Care (Finland)
DBCDavid Brower Center (Berkeley, CA)
DBCDuPage Birding Club (Illinois; est. 1985)
DBCDécolletage, Bar Cutting (French machining company)
DBCDaytona Beach College (Daytona Beach, FL)
DBCDallas Business Club (Dallas, TX)
DBCDominique Brisard Construction (France)
DBCDevice Bay Controller
DBCDon Bosco College
DBCDacorum Borough Council (Hertfordshire, UK)
DBCDolphin Beach Club (Florida)
DBCDupré Bois et Construction (French carpentry company)
DBCDesign-Build Contract
DBCDominique Bard Consultant (France)
DBCDécor Béton Corse (French decorative concrete company)
DBCDocument Binding Company Ltd. (Ireland)
DBCDirect Business Consumers (France)
DBCdistribution à base communautaire
DBCDon't Be Cruel (song)
DBCDB Cooper (band)
DBCDundee Bank of Canada
DBCDivonne Bridge Club (France)
DBCData Bus Coupler
DBCDeutscher Bumerang Club
DBCDelftsche Bridge Club (Netherlands)
DBCDemocratic Business Council (Virginia)
DBCData Bus Control
DBCDugald Baird Centre (University of Aberdeen; UK)
DBCDirector of Barrack Construction (UK)
DBCDust Bowl Central (band)
DBCDanish Bacon Company (UK)
DBCDigital Battlefield Communications
DBCDigital Broadband Communications (Waltham, MA)
DBCDeputy Brigade Commander
DBCDispersive Boundary Condition
DBCDiode Box Controller
DBCDeterministic Broadcast Channel
DBCDistrict Basket Club (French basketball club)
DBCDauphine Bourse Club (French: Dauphine Exchange Club; Paris-Dauphine University; France)
DBCDordtse Bridge Club (Netherlands)
DBCDanetre Bridge Club
DBCDigital Business Concepts, LLC
DBCDirect Brand Contribution
DBCDatabase Communications, Inc.
DBCDon't Bother Clicking/Checking
DBCDriver Built Company (trucking)
DBCDiscount Beverage Center (Ithaca, NY)
DBCDatabase Contractor
DBCDraper Lab Bridge Club (Cambridge, MA)
DBCDrinking Bridge Club
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Club members participated in a hands-on demonstration about how sound travels, met DB Cooper, the engineers "listening mannequin," and handled different sound-dampening materials.
DB Cooper held up a jet mid-flight and floated to freedom with the cash strapped to his back.
The FBI finally admitted defeat in the search for DB Cooper, who parachuted from a jet in 1971 with $200,000 (PS150,000) strapped to his back.
In the 1981 film The Pursuit of DB Cooper, he was a former Green Beret soldier named JR Meade.
In 2007, the FBI agent Larry Carr released previously unknown facts about the case and the DB Cooper frenzy started anew.
Among the other stories are the death of record-setting aviator and balloonist Steve Fossett in a light plane accident, the loss of bandleader Glenn Miller during World War II, the mysterious case of the hijacker known as DB Cooper, and the 1937 Hindenburg disaster.
Once inside, he begins to establish connections with everyone from a mob boss (Peter Stormare, at his sneering best) to an aged inmate (Muse Watson) rumored to be legendary robber DB Cooper.
Jolted into taking a grip on life by the death of fourth, overachieving adventure loving buddy Billy, they decide to honour his memory by fulfilling his planned quest for the fabled long lost loot of (real life) outlaw DB Cooper who bailed out of his plane over Oregon30 years ago, never to be seen again.
US skyjacker DB Cooper parachuted from a Boeing 727 in 1971 with pounds 150,000 in ransom money.
A fugitive known as DB Cooper made a daring escape by parachute and triggered a hunt that gripped America.
A man, who became known as DB Cooper, hijacked a Northwest flight from Portland to Seattle on November 24, 1971.