DWP

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DWPDepartment of Work and Pensions (UK)
DWPDharma Wanita Persatuan (Indonesian: Dharma Women's Association)
DWPDealing with People
DWPDrinking Water Program
DWPDrinking Water Protection
DWPDynamic Web Page
DWPDynamic Web Processes
DWPDislocated Worker Program (various locations)
DWPDynamic Weapon Pricing (gamin, Counter-Strike: Source)
DWPDeep Water Port (shipping)
DWPDirect Written Premium (insurance)
DWPDritte Welt Partner (German: Third World Partners)
DWPDismissed With Prejudice
DWPDiscussed with Patient (medical shorthand)
DWPDepartment of Water & Power
DWPDynamic Web Page (Big Planet product)
DWPDemocratic Workers Party
DWPDominant Wave Period (weather)
DWPDigital Wave-Processing Experiment (Cluster spacecraft)
DWPDrop Wire Parallel (cable)
DWPDraft Working Paper
DWPDetailed Work Plan
DWPDaisy Wheel Printer
DWPData Warehousing Process (industry standard)
DWPDelphi WDOSX Project
DWPDriving While Phoning
DWPDynamic Wavelength Provisioning
DWPDishwasher Panel
DWPDetroit Wireless Project (Michigan)
DWPDeutsche WertpapierServiceBank
DWPDivision of Water and Power
DWPDutch Web Promotion (Netherlands)
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References in classic literature ?
The successful series of lively 'Sketches by Boz' dealing with people and scenes about London was preliminary to 'The Pickwick Papers,' which made the author famous at the age of twenty-four.
The young man in the billycock, who did not seem to be gifted with any tact in dealing with people beyond the general idea of clutching hold of their coats, stood outside the door, as dazed as if he had been thrown out bodily, and silently watched the other three walk away together through the garden.
If you are dealing with people who prefer to be indirect and you are inclined to be direct, you will be less tactful in how you say things and what you say.
Experts from UK College of Policing Stephen Berg and Robert Eschore will present lectures on the responsibilities of airport officials and the methods of dealing with people, including helping and guiding passengers.
In Latin America only one-third said English was most common when dealing with people in other countries.
"But women's leadership style ought to come into its own when dealing with people and displaying skills in communication, judgment, sensitivity and psychological insight - all traits needed to be a good leader," added Nicolson.
We just need a friendly person who enjoys dealing with people."
He discusses the social friction inherent in siting renewable energy projects: "Dealing with people can be messy and slow, particularly compared to working with energy flows and financial projections."
"We're not dealing with people whose portfolios have been affected."
Ministers are to overhaul the system for dealing with people who refuse to pay their local authority bills in a bid to boost collection rates.
It's dealing with people, dealing with situations, dealing with pressure.
"BlackRock provides a comfort level the residents in that you are not dealing with people who need some immediate quick hit or who come in with a reputation for treating tenants badly."