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DHCDark Horse Comics
DHCDeutscher Hockey Club (German: German Hockey Club)
DHCDoctor Honoris Causa (degree)
DHCDaigaku Honyaku Center (Japanese manufacturer)
DHCDihydrocodeine
DHCDocumentary History of the Church (Latter Day Saints)
DHCDistrict Health Centre (various locations)
DHCDynamic Host Configuration
DHCDrop Head Coupe
DHCDigital Home Cinema
DHCDescent Hill Control
DHCDijon Hockey Club (France)
DHCDistrict Heating and Cooling
DHCDance Hall Crashers (band)
DHCDrop Head Coupe (automobile with convertible top; principally UK)
DHCDynein Heavy Chain
DHCDiscovery Holding Company (Colorado)
DHCDiscovery Health Channel
DHCDance Heritage Coalition (Washington, DC)
DHCDeHavilland Canada (aircraft)
DHCDetroit Housing Commission (Detroit, MI)
DHCDeputy High Commissioner
DHCDental Health Check
DHCDavidson Hotel Company (Memphis, TN)
DHCDouble High C (music)
DHCDirect Home Corporation GmbH (Germany)
DHCDynamic Host Control
DHCDepartment of Canadian Heritage
DHCDelaware Holding Companies
DHCDeputy Humanitarian Coordinator
DHCDihydrochalcone (sugar substitute)
DHCDigital Home Concept (various organizations)
DHCDenver Housing Corporation (Colorado)
DHCDiocese of the Holy Cross
DHCDestination Handling Charge
DHCDuty Honor Country
DHCData Handling Center
DHCDelayed Hyper Combo (gaming)
DHCDry-Hole Cost (oil exploration)
DHCDivision of Habitat Conservation
DHCDexter Hanley College (University of Scranton)
DHCDisposable Heroes Clan (gaming)
DHCData Handling Computer
DHCDynamic Huffman Coding
DHCDisaster Housing Checkwriter (FEMA)
DHCDisposition Hearing Conference (courts; Oklahoma)
DHCDelta High Coordinator
DHCDeck Hatch Closed
DHCDigitized Historical Collection
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The original model 208 Caravan of the early 1980s was targeted at the operators of the aging DeHavilland Canada Beavers and Otters that hauled great loads at leisurely speeds.
Wing Commander Russ Bannock's peacetime path soon took him to deHavilland Canada where he became responsible for development testing of the Chipmunk and also the Beaver.
The ARL-M, employed for airborne reconnaissance and surveillance, is fitted aboard a DeHavilland Canada RC-7B (commercial designation: DHC-7C Model 102) aircraft and consists of radar, communications-intelligence and imagery-intelligence systems.