DROC

AcronymDefinition
DROCDemocratic Republic Of Congo
DROCDomain Registry of Canada
DROCDandenong Ranges Orienteering Club (Victoria, Australia)
DROCDéclaration Réglementaire d’Ouverture de Chantier (France)
DROCDigital Radiography Operator Console (Aquisition Software and Graphical Interface)
DROCDirt Riders Of Colorado (off-road motorbike group)
DROCDiscovering the Reality of Our Community
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He was addressing in the meeting of DROC committee at his office.
After briefing the UN personnel in Kinshasa, the capital of DROC, and explaining AFRICOM's efforts, the UN logisticians began coordinating with AFRICOM "loggies."
Of these countries, only seven (Afghanistan, Angola, Congo (DROC), Equatorial Guinea, Samoa, Somalia, and Yemen) export goods that account for 10% or more of total U.S.
Armed rebellions have occurred in Sudan, Angola, Uganda, Sierra Leone, Senegal, Guinea-Bissau, Congo-Brazzaville, Central Africa Republic, and the DROC. Genocide occurred in Rwanda.
(31.) Ballinin, E., Morel, J.B., Droc, G., Price, A., Courtois, B., et al., A genome wide meta analysis of rice blast resistance gene and quantitative trait loci provides new insights into partial and complete resistance.
(5.) Droc, B., "Contractul in dreptul international privat", [4], 106 -117.
(32.) The avoidance of a blanket amnesty in Canada has entailed deployment of all manner of temporary processes through the 1980s and 1990s to stave off full commitment, including the PDRCC, DROC, and the Administrative Review.
The list of challenges is daunting: a vast sanctuary for terrorism (al Qaeda in the Trans Sahara), perpetual war-like conflicts (Darfur as the current tragedy), weak or failing states (DROC, Cote D'Ivoire), and humanitarian crises (HIV/AIDS, drought, famine).
Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, and Challenges Analysis (DROC)