DPLC

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AcronymDefinition
DPLCDirect Pay Letter of Credit (finance)
DPLCDomestic Private Leased Circuit (telecommunications)
DPLCDebout pour le Congo (French: Standing for the Congo; Belgium)
DPLCDépôts Pétroliers de la Corse (French: Oil Deposits of Corsica)
DPLCDigital Photography Learning Center
DPLCDemocratic Party of Lane County (Oregon)
DPLCDépassement du Plafond Limite de Classement (French: Exceeding the Maximum Limit of Grading; Switzerland)
DPLCDigital Power Line Carrier (telecommunications)
DPLCDesign for Product Life Cycle (national conference; India)
DPLCDayton Power and Light Company (also seen as DPL and DP&L; Dayton, OH)
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The Democratic Party of Lane County has not taken a stand on Measure 20-280, said Chris Wig, chairman of the party.
Chris Wig, chairman of the Democratic Party of Lane County, will represent critics.
Chris Wig, chair of the Democratic Party of Lane County, read "A Message from Charlottes ville," from the head of Indivisible Charlotte.
Peter DeFazio and the Democratic Party of Lane County.
The Democratic Party of Lane County, left-ish among Oregon Democrats and progressive compared with the national party, has much in common with the 1956 Republican Party.
Fahey, former chairwoman of the Democratic Party of Lane County and current treasurer of the Democratic Party of Oregon, says she's better versed than Manning on statewide issues.
Fahey, a former chairwoman of the Democratic Party of Lane County, has raised $47,000 in campaign funds this election cycle, while Manning, a former Eugene Water & Electric Board commissioner, has raised $30,000.
And Chris Wig, chairman of the Democratic Party of Lane County, has so far drawn no endorsements from incumbents, although he says he has garnered endorsements from other politicians.
Running in the crowded Ward 1 field are: Chad Anderson, a building repair contractor; Kelly Boyd, a Eugene minister; Emily Semple, who owns a Eugene graphic design business; Joshua Skov, a private consultant who co-founded Good Co., a firm focused on sustainable business; and Chris Wig, chairman of the Democratic Party of Lane County.
The three other announced candidates are Chad Anderson, a building repair contractor; Joshua Skov, a private consultant who co-founded Good Co., a consulting firm focused on sustainable business; and Chris Wig, chairman of the Democratic Party of Lane County.
The three candidates who announced they're running for Brown's seat are Chad Anderson, a building repair contractor; Joshua Skov, a private consultant who co-founded Good Company, a consulting firm focused on sustainable business; and Chris Wig, chairman of the Democratic Party of Lane County. Brown said he hasn't made an endorsement and he would like to see more people run for the open seat.
A smaller suite, separated from the warehouse by the office of the Democratic Party of Lane County, is a design studio.
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