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DEPDeputy
DEPDeposit
DEPData Execution Prevention (computer security)
DEPDepartment of Environmental Protection
DEPDependent
DEPDeparture
DEPDepot
DEPDeposition
DEPdeployed (US DoD)
DEPDillinger Escape Plan (band)
DEPDiethyl Phthalate
DEPDielectrophoresis
DEPDescanse En Paz (Spanish: Rest in Peace)
DEPDirection de l'Education Permanente (French: Department of Further Education; est. 1974)
DEPDébit Expiratoire de Pointe (French: peak expiratory flow)
DEPDistributed Engineering Plant
DEPDisability Education Program (Australia)
DEPDisplaced Employee Program
DEPData Entry Panel
DEPDesert Eagle Pistol
DEPDisability Equality Partnership (UK)
DEPDesign and Engineering Practice
DEPDistal Embolic Protection (cardiology)
DEPDisney's Electrical Parade
DEPDroit de l'Environnement dans la Pratique (French)
DEPDevelopment Education Programme
DEPDeaf Empowerment Program
DEPDeflection Error Probable
DEPData Encryption Peripheral
DEPDraft Equipment Publication
DEPDefense Enterprise Program
DEPData Encryption Processor
DEPDelayed Enlistment/Entry Program (US DoD)
DEPDomestic Emergency Preparedness (FEMA)
DEPDegressive Error Protection (algorithm)
DEPDirectory Enabled Provisioning
DEPDivision des Etudes et de la Prospective (French: Division of Studies and Forecasting)
DEPDocument Enterprise Platform
DEPDistributed Engineering Plan
DEPDual Element Pump
DEPDesign External Pressure
DEPDevelopment and Environmental Project (Tanzania)
DEPDescending Evoked Potential (neurophysiological intraoperative monitoring)
DEPDimanche de l'Eglise Persécutée (French: Sunday of the Persecuted Church)
DEPDevelopment Education Project
DEPDisease Education Program (various organizations)
DEPDivision de l'Enseignement Privé (French: Division of Private Education)
DEPDipartimento de Economia Politica (Italian: Department of Economic Policy)
DEPDepth-Of-Field Exposure Program (Canon)
DEPDiagnostic Environnement Prévention (French: Environment Prevention Diagnostics)
DEPDivision des Établissements Privés (French: Private Institutions Division)
References in classic literature ?
In order to get a perfect gradation between two forms in the upper and lower parts of the same formation, the deposit must have gone on accumulating for a very long period, in order to have given sufficient time for the slow process of variation; hence the deposit will generally have to be a very thick one; and the species undergoing modification will have had to live on the same area throughout this whole time.
And what an amount of degradation is implied by the sedimentary deposits of many countries
You mean that the return of a deposit of gold which is to the injury of the receiver, if the two parties are friends, is not the repayment of a debt,--that is what you would imagine him to say?
It was undoubtedly a deposit which Cornelius de Witt, already threatened by the unpopularity with which his countrymen were going to honour him, was placing in the hands of his godson; a contrivance so much the more cleverly devised, as it certainly was not at all likely that it should be searched for at the house of one who had always stood aloof from every sort of intrigue.
The deposit intrusted to Van Baerle, and carefully locked up by him, was nothing more nor less than John de Witt's correspondence with the Marquis de Louvois, the war minister of the King of France; only the godfather forbore giving to his godson the least intimation concerning the political importance of the secret, merely desiring him not to deliver the parcel to any one but to himself, or to whomsoever he should send to claim it in his name.
But during my visit to you the day before yesterday, sir, which you appear to recollect so well," replied Eugenie, "I saw you arranging a deposit -- is not that the term?
That deposit may be at any moment withdrawn, and if I had employed it for another purpose, I should bring on me a disgraceful bankruptcy.
Stafford owes much of its wealth to the large deposits of the rare china clay found in it from time to time.
on all deposits and giving the address of the Thrift and Independence Aid Association in Vauxhall Bridge Road.
It was like the cask of Danaides into which the public had been pleased to pour its deposits.
No--no--it is not that--I gave the notes myself; but he removed the deposits, I tell you.
On the shell it is fast: in the flesh it is loose; but always has for a kernel a small hard substance, maybe a barren egg, maybe a grain of sand, around which the pearly matter deposits itself year after year successively, and by thin concentric layers.