RDPC

AcronymDefinition
RDPCRural Domestic Preparedness Consortium (Richmond, KY)
RDPCRegional Data Processing Center (VBA)
RDPCRight Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex (central nervous system)
RDPCRadar Data Processing Center
RDPCRichard Douglas Parker Collegiate (Thompson, Manitoba, Canada school)
RDPCReunión Democrática del Pueblo Camerunés (Spanish)
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Os mapas de RDPC (Figura 3) apontam para os mesmos resultados encontrados por Fonseca et al., (2016a) e Aguiar e Fonseca (2017), pois, se observa a concentracao de renda em determinados municipios (Diamantina, Teofilo Otoni e Nanuque), sobretudo, em 2010.
Au Littoral, il se classe en tete, notamment a Douala, capitale economique du pays, avec 38,60% des voix, suivi en seconde position par le RDPC (35,75%).
A RDPC contou com uma economia socialista dirigida pelo Estado, com base em planos de longo prazo e com forte enfase no desenvolvimento da industria pesada.
A unified fast solution for the single/interferometric/stereo SAR geolocation equations is proposed in this paper, which is based on the RDPC model.
QuantumClean, a provider of validated high-purity outsourced process tool parts cleaning, surface treatment, refurbishment, analytical and engineering services to the semiconductor industry, has received TSMC's Fab 12 P4 and RDPC Supplier Service Appreciation Award.
He commented: "We all in Cameroon know that those so called motions of support are drafted by the central committee of the RDPC. Cameroonians will not be fooled." Members of various non-governmental organisations (NGOs) also condemned Biya's suggestion.
Basados en esta premisa, se realizo un estudio biomorfometrico de la porcion terminal del nervio mediano (NM), del ramo superficial del nervio ulnar (RSnU) y de los ramos digitales palmares comunes (RDPC).
Therefore, a proposal was drafted for the establishment of a Regional Development Planning Center (RDPC) that would not only act as the institutional context of the planned UNESCO Chair, supporting its teaching and research activities, but would also gather data, perform diagnosis and planning, and otherwise facilitate the rural development of the region.
Accordingly, they created regional professional development centers (RDPC) designed to deliver staff development services to the seventeen Nevada county school districts.
As a town council-member (since 1986); representative to the Maricopa Association of Governments Regional Council (MAG) (since 1988); and representative to the Regional Development Policy Committee (RDPC) (Vice Chairman at the RDPC's inception in 1989, and Chairman since 1991), the author was well positioned to participate in the events detailed.