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DOCDéfibrillateur Opérationnel Connecté (French: Connected Operational Defibrillator)
DOCDynamic Overload Control
DOCDefend Oahu Coalition
DOCDigital Oscillator Chip (Ensoniq 5503 DOC)
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DOC2,5-Dimethoxy-4-Chloroamphetamine
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DOCDecommissioning Operations Contractor
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DOCDead on Contact
DOCData Operations Control
DOCDisciples of Christ
DOCDevelopment Operations Corporation (Fort Meyers, FL)
DOCDenominazione di Origine Controllata (Italian: Checked Origin Name)
DOCDeclaration of Conformity
DOCDiscipline Operations Center
DOCData Optimizing Computer
DOCDesign and Order Confirmation
DOCDissolved Organic Carbon
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DOCDescend on Course
DOCDigital Office Committee
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DOCDepartment of Corporation (California)
DOCDate of Conception
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DOCDominação de Origem Controlada (Portugal)
DOCDue Out Cancellation
DOCDouble-O Club (James Bond fan club; Denmark)
DOCDaughters of Compliance
DOCDisk on Chip
DOCDate Of Change
DOCDirect Operating Cost
DOCDistributed Object Computing
DOCDisaster Operations Center (American Red Cross)
DOCDay Old Chick
DOCDeoxycholate
DOCDigital Optics Corporation
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60010 Dominion of Canada has been undergoing cosmetic restoration work after moving into the museum workshop in late 2012, and this historic meeting marks a fond goodbye to Dominion of Canada from the National Railway Museum at Shildon in 2013.
Marie-Claude Reid, executive director general of Exporail, said: "Dominion of Canada has been an important part of our collection since the late Sixties and we are thrilled to be loaning her to the National Railway Museum to help the British people mark 75 years since Mallard broke the world speed record in style."
The engine has been shipped from Canada to be ready for the July celebrations to mark the 75th anniversary of the setting of a new world steam train speed record by the Dominion of Canada's sister loco - the Mallard.
TOGETHER AGAIN Dominion of Canada crosses the Royal Border Bridge at Berwick in 1937.
Our essays range across the longue duree of the history of Catholicism in Canada, beginning, improbably, with the Anglo-Saxon missionary Saint Boniface, whose story Meredith Bacola weaves into the Catholic history of the Red River colony, and ending (book reviews excepted) with Mark McGowan's re-consideration of the "uncomfortable pews" occupied by Confederation-era bishops in what would soon become the Dominion of Canada.
It is fully protected under the copyright laws of the United States of America, and of all countries covered by the International Copyright union (including the Dominion of Canada and the rest of the British Commonwealth), and of all countries covered by the Pan-American Copyright Convention and the Universal Copyright Convention, and of all countries with which the United States has reciprocal copyright relations.
The British North America Act of 1867 that established the ground rules for self-government in the newly federated Dominion of Canada was clear on the first part.
The Historica Canada web site states: "The Dominion of Canada wasn't born out of revolution or a sweeping outburst of nationalism.
The Prophetic Anti-Gallic Letters: Adam Thom and the Hidden Roots of the Dominion of Canada
The second major part of the study covers the fifty years between 1821 and 1870, when the company became a private joint-stock company and transferred Rupert's Land to the newly formed Dominion of Canada. Binnema is most compelling in these chapters as he skillfully delineates the complex relationships among the elite and metropolitan scientists and hinterland practitioners.
Readers trail the Loxleys on their journey to the Charlottetown Conference and witness the events that lead to the Dominion of Canada.
At confederation in 1867, the Province of Canada was divided into the provinces of Ontario and Quebec; these two provinces, along with New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, formed the Dominion of Canada (Dean, 1969; Archives of Ontario, 2008; Fig.
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