DRI

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DRIDirect Rendering Infrastructure (Unix/Linux graphics system)
DRIDesert Research Institute
DRIDirection de la Recherche et de l'Innovation (French: Department of Research and Innovation)
DRIDes Relations Internationales (French: International Relations; higher education)
DRIDarden Restaurants, Inc.
DRIDefense Research Institute (organization for defense, insurance, and corporate counsel; Chicago, IL)
DRIDirectorate of Revenue Intelligence
DRIDirty Rotten Imbeciles (band)
DRIDiplôme de Recherche et d'Innovation (French: Diploma in Research and Innovation)
DRIDirect Reduced Iron
DRIDirect Renin Inhibitor
DRIDiamond Resorts International (various locations)
DRIDietary Reference Intake
DRIDirectly Responsible Individual
DRIDevelopment of Regional Impact
DRIDiabetes Research Institute
DRIDifferential Rate of Interest
DRIDépartement des Relations Industrielles (French: Department of Industrial Relations)
DRIDetection, Recognition, and Identification (Surveillance, Reconnaissance and Intelligence Systems)
DRIDisaster Recovery Institute (Canada)
DRIDerbyshire Royal Infirmary (UK)
DRIData Recovery Interface
DRIData Rate Indicator
DRIDeposit Resistant Injector
DRIDual Ring Interconnect
DRIDigital Research Inc.
DRIDigital Receiver Interface
DRIDirect Rendering Infrastructure
DRIData Routing Interface
DRIDoncaster Royal Infirmary
DRIDirection des Ressources Informatiques (French: Computer Resources Branch)
DRIDirection des Relations Internationales (French: Delegation for International Relations)
DRIDigital Rights Ireland (civil rights)
DRIDose-Reduction Index (drug treatment)
DRIDirect Relief International (Santa Barbara, CA)
DRIDanish Road Institute (Denmark)
DRIDeclarative Referential Integrity
DRIDifferential Reinforcement of Incompatible Behaviors
DRIDesignated Responsible Individual
DRIData Research Institute (Japan)
DRIDisability Research Institute
DRIDefense Reform Initiative
DRIDirect Reading Instrument (OSHA)
DRIDiplomatic Readiness Initiative
DRIDeath Row Inmate
DRIDigital Research, Incorporated
DRIDivision des Relations Internationales (French: International Relations Division)
DRIData Resources, Incorporated
DRIDenver Research Institute
DRIDigital Receiver Interface (OpenCable)
DRIDynamic Response Index
DRIDomotique Immotique et Réseaux Intérieurs (French: Home and Building Control Networks and Interiors)
DRIDépannage Rénovation Installation (French plumbing company)
DRIDelco Remy International, Inc. (automotive components manufacturer)
DRIDrilling Rate Index (engineering/geology)
DRIDead Reckoning Indicator
DRIDisco Related Injury
DRIDisability Rights Initiative
DRIData Ready Indicator
DRIDigital Recording Interface
DRIDecoder Reliability Information
DRIDistributed Reconnaissance Infrastructure
DRIDemon Research Initiative (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
DRIDetailed Report of Investigation
DRIDate Required Inplace
DRIDiploma in Radionuclide Imaging (College of Radiographers, UK)
DRIDemand Reduction Initiative
DRIDestination Routing Indicator
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Organizations receiving cash and product donations include AmeriCares, Catholic Medical Mission Board, Catholic Relief Services, Direct Relief International, Heart to Heart International, International Medical Corps, IsraAid, LDS Philanthropies, Lutheran World Relief, Inc.
com)-- The three charities that made it on Nu Image Ad Group's top list include Direct Relief International, Cancer Center of Santa Barbara and Visiting Nurses & Hospice Care.
The company said that the Abbott Fund grants will be provided to its relief organisation partners, including the American Red Cross, AmeriCares, Direct Relief International, World Vets and Feeding America adding that its product donations were provided to food banks and free clinics in states along the east coast, including New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.
Some of the nation's largest nonprofits experienced double-digit percentage declines, such as Dallas-based American Heart Association (down 15 percent) and Direct Relief International (down 19 percent).
Some of those helping out included the American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN), an organization that serves as a primary point of industry contact for disaster relief support; UPS contributed $1 million to support earthquake relief efforts through the UPS Foundation, its charitable arm; FedEx collaborated with designated charitable relief organizations to help ensure that aid was on the way, as well as provide transportation services for the American Red Cross, Heart to Heart International, Direct Relief International, and Water Missions; and Crowley Maritime Corporation reported that it's ready to ship emergency supplies and needed cargo as soon as port conditions allow.
In addition to products, BD is donating USD550,000 in cash to nine humanitarian aid partner organisations (American Red Cross, AmeriCares, Catholic Medical Mission Board, Direct Relief International, Heart to Heart International, Partners In Health, Project HOPE, Save the Children and the US Fund for UNICEF) and matching up to USD150,000 in donations from BD associates worldwide to the US Fund for UNICEF; this match is in addition to BD's traditional Matching Gift Program.
Another $250,000 will go to Partners in Health, AmeriCares, the Catholic Medical Mission Board, Direct Relief International, Heart to Heart International, Project HOPE and Save the Children.
This summer BD, together with Direct Relief International, launched a nationwide program to help people with insulin-dependent diabetes manage the disease during the recession.
In 2008, BD associates worked with Direct Relief International partners in Ghana.
Darnell, 36, is the Asia and Middle East program officer for Direct Relief International, an aid agency providing lifesaving medical supplies to hospitals and clinics worldwide.
Working in partnership with Direct Relief International, a disaster relief and medical assistance organization, the Alliance provides health education and nutritional supplements to individuals, families and communities that are medically underserved or at risk of a specific condition or illness.