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DSCDistinguished Service Cross
DSCDigital Selective Calling
DSCDigital Still Camera
DSCDynamic Stability Control
DSCDC (Direct Current) Sourcing Capability
DSCDixie State College (Saint George, UT, USA)
DSCDiscovery Channel
DSCDigital Security Controls (Concord, Ontario, Canada)
DSCDigital Signal Controller
DSCDifferential Scanning Calorimetry
DSCDifferential Scanning Calorimeter
DSCDoctor of Science
DSCDye Solar Cell (energy conversion technology)
DSCDescendant
DSCDecision Support Center
DSCDevelopment, Security, and Cooperation
DSCDirectory of Social Change (UK)
DSCDocument Structuring Conventions
DSCDalton State College
DSCDallas Semiconductor
DSCDebt Service Coverage
DSCDeferred Sales Charge
DSCDocument Service Center
DSCDenver Service Center (US National Park Service)
DSCDefense Supply Center
DSCDave, Shelly and Chainsaw (radio show)
DSCDemocratic State Committee
DSCDigital Scan Converter
DSCDutch Swing College Band (Delft Netherlands)
DSCDeaf Service Center (Florida, USA)
DSCDowntown Sailing Center (Baltimore)
DSCDistilled Spirits Council
DSCDiffering Site Condition
DSCDiscrete Singular Convolution (algorithm)
DSCDigital Switch Corporation
DSCDeveloping Skills Checklist
DSCDeployment Support Command (Fort Eustis, VA; component of Military Traffic Management Command)
DSCDeployment Support Command (US Army)
DSCDistrict Steering Committee (Toastmasters)
DSCDry Cask Storage
DSCDisease Surveillance Centre (Scottish Agricultural College)
DSCDial Shelf Controller (Cisco)
DSCDesign Service Center (Seagate)
DSCDeep Sound Channel
DSCData Stream Compatibility
DSCDry Stone Conservancy
DSCDirect Satellite Communications
DSCDirect Support Cost
DSCDoctoral Student Conference
DSCDoctor of Surgical Chiropody
DSCDynamic Scientific Controls
DSCDigital Source Collector (Army)
DSCDisplacement Shift Complete
DSCDouble Silk Covered (wire insulation)
DSCDefense Software Collaborators
DSCDigital Station Card
DSCDirect Software Control
DSCDelfts Studenten Corps
DSCDevelopment Studies Center (Australian National University)
DSCDental Study Club (journal)
DSCDallas Symphony Chorus
DSCDistant Station Connected
DSCDigital-to-Synchro Converter
DSCDownlink Signalling Failure Counter
DSCDepartment of Street Cleaning (New York)
DSCDelivery Source Code
DSCDown Stage Center
DSCDefense Space Council
DSCDaylesford Secondary College (Daylesford, Australia)
DSCDepartment of Statutory Corporations
DSCData Switching Center
DSCDual Supply Control (microcontroller)
DSCDigital Support Corporation
DSCDesktop Support Center
DSCDocuWare System Consultant
DSCDoubly-Selective Channel
DSCDenver Social Club
DSCData Security Conference (RSA)
DSCDaily Service Charge(s)
DSCDiscipline Safety Committee
DSCDigital Service Channel
DSCDifference Set Cyclic (coding)
DSCDie-Side Capacitor
DSCDedicated Signaling Channel
DSCDedication Sacrifice Courage (gaming clan)
DSCDefoe Shipbuilding Company
DSCDistribution of Stockage Code
DSCDynamic Switched Call (Cisco)
DSCDedication, Sacrifice, Courage (Medal of Honor team)
DSCDesign Size in Classes
DSCDigital Stabilization Console
DSCDaughters of Saint Camillus
DSCDomesticated Satellite Carrier
DSCDistributor Sales Center (Intel)
DSCDefense Shipping Council
DSCChief Data Systems Technician
DSCDuro Supply Company (Bay City, Michigan)
DSCDesign Safety Criteria
DSCDouble-Sided Clipping
DSCDelphi Speech Compression-CODEC
DSCDigital Source Clock
DSCDirector's Staff Coordinator
DSCDirectory Service Completion
DSCDouble Star Corporation
DSCDelaware Safety Council, Inc.
DSCDay Scholars Club
DSCDulaney Swim Club (Maryland)
DSCDestination-Specific Command
DSCDormant Stock Code
DSCDynamic Sound Compression (sound attenuation)
DSCDental Student Council (various universities)
DSCDynamic-Show de Caumont
DSCData Sharing, Consistency
DSCDeft Security Consultants (New York, NY)
DSCDefence and Security Committee (NATO)
DSCDubai Studio City (United Arab Emirates)
DSCDepartmental Select Committee (UK)
DSCDesign and Social Context (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology; Australia)
DSCDaily Schedule Control (employee performance record)
DSCDivision of Supervision and Consumer Protection (US FDIC)
DSCDuo for Sony Cybershot (camera equipment)
DSCDouglas Shire Council (Australia)
DSCDisease-Specific Care
DSCDriver Safety Course (various locations)
DSCDistrict of South Carolina (judicial district)
DSCDépartement de Santé Communautaire (French: Department of Community Health; Canada)
DSCDutch Supercar Challenge (racing)
DSCDiabetes Self-Care
DSCData Source Control (mobile communications)
References in classic literature ?
When the jealous and niggardly policy of their British sovereign denied them even that humblest of requests, and instead of liberty would barely consent to promise connivance, neither he nor they might be aware that they were laying the foundations of a power, and that he was sowing the seeds of a spirit, which, in less than two hundred years, would stagger the throne of his descendants, and shake his united kingdoms to the centre.
The sacred bond which knit you together was indissoluble while you lived; and oh, may it be to your descendants the example and the pledge of harmony to the latest period of time
I have heard, that whenever the descendants of the Puritans are to show the spirit of their sires, the old man appears again.
Those long-lost descendants of the ten tribes of Israel would now learn the history of their forefathers.
They and their descendants wandered forty years in the desert, and then Moses, the gifted warrior, poet, statesman and philosopher, went up into Pisgah and met his mysterious fate.
They would grow old insensibly; they would see their son and daughter come to years of reason, marry in due course -- the one a pretty girl, future mother of healthy children; the other a handsome, manly fellow, obviously a soldier; and at last, prosperous in their dignified retirement, beloved by their descendants, after a happy, not unuseful life, in the fullness of their age they would sink into the grave.
He had fallen into the hands of descendants of the ancient sun worshippers.
1) They relate that the creature was sent by the gods to punish the descendants of Cadmus, and that the Thebans therefore excluded those of the house of Cadmus from kingship.
In them I recognized the descendants of the ancient Chinese race.
I am fully convinced that species are not immutable; but that those belonging to what are called the same genera are lineal descendants of some other and generally extinct species, in the same manner as the acknowledged varieties of any one species are the descendants of that species.
The Republic of Plato is also the first treatise upon education, of which the writings of Milton and Locke, Rousseau, Jean Paul, and Goethe are the legitimate descendants.
Following this is a paragraph stating that "John Stewart 1st of Ardsheall of his descendants Alan Breck had better be omitted.