DPCD

AcronymDefinition
DPCDDepartment of Planning and Community Development
DPCDDisplay Port Configuration Data
DPCDDidier Plomberie Chauffage Dépannage (French: Didier Plumbing Heating Repairs)
DPCDDodge-Plymouth-Chrysler-DeSoto (Chrysler logo)
DPCDDoberman Pinscher Club of Dallas (Dallas, TX)
DPCDDirectorate of Planning and Community Development (UK)
DPCDDoberman Pinscher Club of Detroit (dog club; Detroit, MI)
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After drying in air for 2 hours, the inoculated strawberries were processed using DPCD at 5.0, 7.5 or 10.0 MPa for 5, 10 or 20 minutes.
The researchers found that treating strawberries at 10.0, 7.5 and 5.0 MPA with DPCD reduced E.
It appears that DPCD can effectively reduce levels of bacteria on some products.
DPCD's Office of Homing is leading the project with the support of Enterprise Community Partners Inc.
"With this comprehensive review of each neighborhood we will be better able to work with all stakeholders and identify plans that have the highest and most valuable impact," said DPCD Commissioner James E.
greater connectedness and increased community strength (DPCD 2010: 26-27).
DPCD (2009) Department of Planning and Community Development, Victoria, The Victorian Government's Action Plan: Strengthening community organisations, available: http://www.dvc.vic.gov.au/web14/dvc/dvcmain.nsf/allDocs/ RWP3FD930299F664FE2CA25704A001BE2A2?OpenDocument [accessed 4 September 2009].
Stage one was conducted by Department of Planning and Community Development (DPCD), an agency looking after the implementation issues of Melbourne 2030.
The concomitant dwelling number increases are attributed to many factors, some of which are: strong national economy, growth in household incomes, low interest rates, and population growth (DPCD, 2007a).