DCCODouble-Crested Cormorant (phalacrocorax auritus)
DCCODiffusion Coefficient in Crude Oil
DCCODefense Commercial Communications Office
DCCODane County Code of Ordinances (Wisconsin)
DCCODisability Care Coordination Organization
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Una vez identificados los factores influyentes en el proceso se utilizo un diseno compuesto central ortogonal (DCCO) conformado por un factorial 24, ocho puntos estrellas con un [alfa] [+ o -] 1,545 y tres puntos centrales (Tabla II) para generar el polinomio cuadratico que represente el % de obtencion de etanol.
(Wassily Kandinsky was a neighbor, a detail that had postwar consequences when Nina Kandinsky, the painter's exacting widow, granted Castelli representation of the master's work in the United States, leading to his first bouts of serious art dealing here.) The couple embraced the last-gasp indolence associated with swank Europe between the wars--that of Art Dcco and the streamlined Paris '37 style.
As part of a wide-scale law reform intended to clampdown on, among other issues, commercial crime, eight leading prosecutors from the Organised Crime Directorate (DCCO) within the Prosecutor's Office of the High Court of Cassation and Justice had to leave their positions: three chose to retire and the rest were dismissed.