DNC


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DNCDemocratic National Committee
DNCDemocratic National Convention
DNCDelaware North Companies
DNCDo Not Call
DNCDurham (Amtrak station code; Durham, NC)
DNCDo Nothing Congress (politics)
DNCDanone Nations Cup (international football competition)
DNCDéclaration de Niveau de Compétence (French: Declaration of Skill Level)
DNCDigital Nautical Chart
DNCDilation and Curettage
DNCDomain Name Commissioner
DNCDo not Collect
DNCDynamic Network Control
DNCDowntown Norfolk Council (Norfolk, VA)
DNCDoes Not Conform
DNCDominion Nuclear Connecticut (Waterford, CT)
DNCDunwoody Nature Center (Dunwoody, GA)
DNCDistributed Network Control
DNCDemain en Nouvelle-Calédonie (French: Tomorrow in New Caledonia; New Caledonia)
DNCDynamic Network Configuration
DNCDeadNetCentral
DNCData Not Collected (healthcare reporting)
DNCDistributed Network Computing
DNCDeveloping Nations Committee (International Federation of Accountants)
DNCDodge Nature Center (West Saint Paul, MN)
DNCDeclared Net Capacity (power generation)
DNCDistributed National Collection
DNCDance Courses
DNCDistrict of North Cowichan (British Columbia)
DNCDownconverter
DNCDynamic Network Controller
DNCDynamic Noise Covering
DNCDéfendant Notre Cause (French: Defending Our Cause; rap group)
DNCDegoy Net Consultants (France)
DNCDinitrocarbanilide
DNCDomestic Names Committee
DNCDermatology Nurse Certified
DNCDai Nippon Construction Co., Ltd. (Japan)
DNCDay-Night Capability
DNCDelayed Neutron Counter
DNCDirector, Naval Communications
DNCDistributed Network Conference
DNCData Name Card
DNCDi-Nitrocellulose
DNCDisco Night Culture
DNCDirectorate of National Coordination
DNCDoes Not Compute
DNCDepartmento Nacional de Cafe (Brazil)
DNCDo Not Change
DNCDisaster Nursing Chairman
DNCDiocese of Natchitoches Collection (Louisiana)
DNCDirect Network Cabling (systems)
DNCDo/Does Not Care
DNCDo Not Carry
DNCDid Not Compete (racing)
DNCDo Not Cross
DNCDynamic Neural Control
DNCDirect Numerical Control
DNCDistributed Numerical Control
DNCDrill and Ceremony
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In a separate letter to Democratic Party Chairman Tom Perez, Bennet's campaign asked how the DNC decided which polls to allow and questioned why Democrats were trying to narrow the field months before Iowa caucuses.
The journalist goes on to accuse the managing editor of a major news outlet, of deliberately working to benefit the DNC, not her employer, which puts her under the scrutiny of acting as a "political operative" and not a "fellow journalist".
The DNC already rejects contributions from corporate PACs whose goals conflict with the Democratic party platform.
Trump appeared to refer to Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who chaired the DNC during the election when its servers were hacked, and a Pakistan-born information technology worker found by the House of Representatives inspector general to have inappropriately accessed congressional data.
During the same time, the DNC also paid the wife of a senior Department of Justice official, Bruce Ohr, involved in allowing the surveillance of the Trump advisor, to target Trump and prevent his election.
Brazile writes that soon after taking the DNC job, she discovered evidence of a "secret takeover" by the Clinton campaign.
"I had tried to search out any other evidence of internal corruption that would show that the DNC was rigging the system to throw the primary to Hillary, but I could not find any," she wrote, saying she had undertaken the review in response to concerns from Clinton's insurgent primary opponent, Sen.
The group focused on a new analysis from an individual known as the Forensicator, who uncovered evidence that the files stolen from the DNC by the hacker known as "Guccifer 2.0" were most likely leaked, not hacked.
DeepMind's new differentiable neural computer (DNC) can be fed standard information like a map or family tree and work out the relationships between the items listed on the data structure, reports The Next Web.
Texas is set to become the fourth state participating in the DNC's Victory Leaders Council program, which establishes groups of prominent state Democrats to work directly with the party operation in Washington.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange announced yesterday that he would give a $20,000 reward to anyone who could provide information leading to the conviction of the murderer of a Jewish DNC staffer.