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AcronymDefinition
DEPDeputy
DEPDeposit
DEPData Execution Prevention (computer security)
DEPDepartment of Environmental Protection
DEPDependent
DEPDeparture
DEPDepot
DEPDeposition
DEPdeployed (US DoD)
DEPDillinger Escape Plan (band)
DEPDiethyl Phthalate
DEPDielectrophoresis
DEPDescanse En Paz (Spanish: Rest in Peace)
DEPDirection de l'Education Permanente (French: Department of Further Education; est. 1974)
DEPDébit Expiratoire de Pointe (French: peak expiratory flow)
DEPDistributed Engineering Plant
DEPDisability Education Program (Australia)
DEPDisplaced Employee Program
DEPData Entry Panel
DEPDesert Eagle Pistol
DEPDisability Equality Partnership (UK)
DEPDesign and Engineering Practice
DEPDistal Embolic Protection (cardiology)
DEPDisney's Electrical Parade
DEPDroit de l'Environnement dans la Pratique (French)
DEPDevelopment Education Programme
DEPDeaf Empowerment Program
DEPDeflection Error Probable
DEPData Encryption Peripheral
DEPDraft Equipment Publication
DEPDefense Enterprise Program
DEPData Encryption Processor
DEPDelayed Enlistment/Entry Program (US DoD)
DEPDomestic Emergency Preparedness (FEMA)
DEPDegressive Error Protection (algorithm)
DEPDirectory Enabled Provisioning
DEPDivision des Etudes et de la Prospective (French: Division of Studies and Forecasting)
DEPDocument Enterprise Platform
DEPDistributed Engineering Plan
DEPDual Element Pump
DEPDesign External Pressure
DEPDevelopment and Environmental Project (Tanzania)
DEPDescending Evoked Potential (neurophysiological intraoperative monitoring)
DEPDimanche de l'Eglise Persécutée (French: Sunday of the Persecuted Church)
DEPDevelopment Education Project
DEPDisease Education Program (various organizations)
DEPDivision de l'Enseignement Privé (French: Division of Private Education)
DEPDipartimento de Economia Politica (Italian: Department of Economic Policy)
DEPDepth-Of-Field Exposure Program (Canon)
DEPDiagnostic Environnement Prévention (French: Environment Prevention Diagnostics)
DEPDivision des Établissements Privés (French: Private Institutions Division)
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However, to get rid of three or more unwanted suitcases, residents should contact the DEP to schedule pickups in advance, the agency said.
Instead of protecting West Virginias water, DEP has sold us down the river.
Since 2014, the DEP has given the company two deadlines to put varying amounts of fill in the pit at the quarry off Phillips Mill Road.
During the inspection, the DEP observed that Webster Ventures had built the dock in wetlands resource areas associated with Webster Lake.
Similar effects have not been reported in animals exposed to diethyl phthalate (DEP); however, limited human studies have suggested a possible association between DEP exposure and male reproductive health outcomes (Swan 2008).
With a huge backlog of cases, said to number 14,000, DEP "looked at Massachusetts and modeled our LSRP program after theirs," said Berkowitz.
DEP officials are asking the court to order owners Peter Pajaczek and Peter Paleczney to submit and implement an approved assessment and remediation plan and to remove and properly dispose of solid waste at the site that is being stored without a permit.
The DEP team was also faced with the challenge of getting the entire PBA on-campus faculty excited about this new program.
The merger provides DEP unitholders with ownership in a much larger and more diverse partnership as EPD had approximately USD33bn of consolidated total assets on 30 June 2011.
After MPs took parliament oath in Kurdish instead of Turkish in 1994, DEP MPs immunity was lifted and the MPs were sent to prison.
Particularly galling to the recyclers and demolition contractors affected by the proposed rule is that DEP did not notify them about the proposed rule.
In addition, HBC can construct biodiesel production plants in certain states using the DEP technology.