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DPData Processing
DPDot Pitch
DPDoctor of Pharmacy
DPDeep
DPDepth
DPDouble Play
DPDiamond Pearl
DPDiamond and Pearl (Pokémon)
DPDeadpool (Marvel character)
DPDeep (drafting)
DPDiploma Programme (International Baccaulerate)
DPDynamic Positioning
DPDynamic Programming
DPDirector of Photography (film & television)
DPDemocratic Party
DPDeep Purple (band)
DPDeath Penalty
DPDanny Phantom (TV show)
DPDown Payment
DPDemokrat Parti
DPData Protection
DPDiscussion Paper (various organizations)
DPDual Processor
DPDana Point (Orange County, California)
DPDeep Penetration
DPDouble Penetration
DPDevelopment Plan
DPDouble Pole
DPDigital Power
DPDesktop Publishing (usually seen as DTP)
DPDinner Party
DPDiet Pepsi
DPDigital Photographer
DPDays Prior
DPDude Perfect (Youtube show)
DPDetective Pikachu (movie)
DPDr Pepper
DPDue Process
DPDual-Purpose
DPDepository Participant
DPDomestic Partner
DPDomestic Partnership
DPDouble Precision
DPDistribution Point
DPDisplay Picture (internet chat)
DPDaytona Prototype (racing car)
DPDaft Punk (band)
DPDew Point
DPDouble Pedestal (furniture)
DPDouble Post (online forums)
DPDemand Planning
DPData Package
DPDrowning Pool (band)
DPDisaster Preparedness
DPDirect Payment (various organizations)
DPDamper Pedal (musical equipment)
DPDichroic Prism (Optics)
DPDate Party
DPDomino's Pizza
DPDesign Professional
DPDeep Park (various organizations)
DPDesign Pressure
DPD-Penicillamine
DPDetroit Pistons
DPDegree of Polymerization
DPDead Prez (band)
DPDeadly Poison (gaming)
DPDeath Proof (2007 movie)
DPDivision des Personnels (French: Division of Personnel)
DPDesign Phase
DPDiffusion Pump
DPDistributed Processor
DPData Privacy
DPDynamic Provisioning (Hitachi Data System)
DPDustin Pedroia (baseball player)
DPDecisive Point (US DoD)
DPDepersonalization (mental disorder)
DPDevelopment Prototype
DPDown Pipe
DPDélégué du Personnel (French: Staff Representatives; French labor law)
DPDavid Production (Japanese animation studio)
DPDigiPen (Institute of Technology)
DPDeputy President
DPDirect Participant
DPDial Pulse
DPDecimal Place(s)
DPDigital Projector
DPDrill Pipe (oil drilling)
DPDecision Point
DPData Pump
DPDonkey Punch
DPDear Prudence (Beatles song)
DPDrug Product (galenical formulation of an API active pharmaceutical ingredient)
DPDraft Proposal
DPDark Phoenix (gaming)
DPDamage Point (gaming)
DPDefense Program
DPDistrito Policial (Police Precinct, Brazil)
DPDigital Processor (electronic circuitry)
DPDefense Programs (DOE)
DPDependency Property (Microsoft)
DPdynamic pressure
DPDeparture Procedure (navigation)
DPDual Pathology
DPDramatic Performance (forensics)
DPDelivery Point
DPDeparture Point
DPDevelopment Proposal
DPRick DiPietro (hockey player)
DPDelhi Police
DPDomestic Problems (band)
DPDiesel Pump
DPDead Poetic (band)
DPDragon Punch (gaming)
DPDrop Point
DPDeputy Principal
DPDeception Point (book)
DPDistribution Plan
DPDomestic Preparedness
DPDynamic Producer
DPDocumentation Plan
DPDominion Post (West Virginia University newspaper)
DPDirector of Personnel (Air Force)
DPDissociated Press (programming)
DPDensity, Pressure
DPDemocracia Popular (Spanish: Popular Democracy)
DPDemarcation Point
DPDefense Points (gaming)
DPDiabetes Program
DPDeposited Plan (real estate)
DPDarling Partner
DPDefensive Power (online gaming)
DPDesignated Port (Cisco)
DPDiametral Pitch
DPDefect Prevention
DPDrip Proof
DPDirector of Programs
DPDorsalis Pedis (artery)
DPDiesel Pusher (motorhome)
DPDistrict Park
DPDemocrazia Proletaria (Italian radical left wing party)
DPDisposal Procedures
DPDelta Pressure (change of pressure across a wall or membrane)
DPDeck Paint
DPDistinct Part (long term care unit of an acute hospital)
DPDirectorate for Policy Support (US DoD; Defense Intelligence Agency)
DPDynamic Planning
DPDye Penetrant
DPDocuments Against Payment
DPDynamic Priority (queue)
DPDirect Playback
DPDisplay Processing
DPDesignated Project
DPdry point
DPAir Force Component Plans Officer (staff; US DoD)
DPDeployment Period
DPDesignated Premises (UK)
DPDorset Police (UK)
DPDivision of Physics
DPDemonstration Plan
DPDance Point (gaming, Dance Dance Revolution)
DPDefinitely Promote
DPDirect Bank Pointer (computer programming)
DPDihydroartemisinin-Piperaquine (pharmacology)
DPDel Playa Drive (Isla Vista, California)
DPDeluxe Packages
DPDoctor of Podiatry
DPDrop Policy (IEEE)
DPData Page Pointer
DPDesignated Parts
DPDynamically Position
DPDaemon Prince (Warhammer game)
DPDirector's Policy
DPDefective Pricing
DPDigital Pain (Quake World Team Fortress, Quake 1 Mod)
DPDyson Perrins Laboratory (Oxford University Organic Chemistry Laboratory)
DPDefensive Planning
DPDesignated Parks
DPDigital Purgatory (web comic)
DPDice Pool (gaming)
DPDropped Plain Dress
DPBy Direction of the President
DPDistributed Periphery (Profibus-Siemens)
DPDCS/Personnel
DPDust Palliative
DPDynamic Propagation
DPDirch Passer (Danish stand up comedian)
DPData Systems Interoperability Panel
DPDjungelpatrullen
DPDispersion Pistol (Unreal 1)
DPDisplaced Person
DPDevelopment Project
DPDiagnostic Processor
DPDonator Pack (HoboWars, gaming)
DPDigital Pandemic (website)
DPDynamite Planted (gaming community)
DPDigital Photography
DPDivine Prophet
DPDisposal of Plutonium
DPDwell Point
DPDismount Point
DPDummy Pull (parachuting, skydiving)
DPDaxin Petroleum
DPDigital Performer (audio software)
DPParachute drift
DP(USN Rating) Data-Processing Technician
DPDigipak (CD packaging)
DPDirect Path
DPDistrict Parliamentarian (Toastmasters)
DPDomain Polymorphic (genetic code)
DPDevelopmental Processor
DPDomain Polymorphic
DPDifferential Pressure
DPDecision Paper/Package
DPDynamic Planner CSCI
DPDigital Preservation
DPDirty Pair (Anime)
DPAlexandro Del Piero (soccer player)
DPDistributed Proofreaders (Project Gutenberg)
DPDivine Purpose (band)
DPDisplay Processor
DPDivine Principle
DPDistribution Panel
DPDiplomatic Pouch (online magazine about the board game Diplomacy)
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Although the essence of the right to due process is the opportunity to be heard, such opportunity would be wasted if it would fall on deaf ears.
due process, the fundamental structure of the adjudicatory process takes
Even as he calls for more due process for men he is trying to deny one of his accusers her due process by claiming the president is above the law in New York state and should not have to answer her claims.
Instead, the court conducted the usual due-process inquiry, examining "the defendant's contacts with the forum," and ultimately concluding that personal jurisdiction was inconsistent with due process. Toumazou, slip op.
Due process of law first emerged in the United Kingdom as a moral requisite that judicial authorities must respect, then as a constitutional principle in the United States' Bill of Rights and finally in Europe and Latin America as a judge-made, unwritten principle of administrative law during the late nineteenth/early twentieth centuries.
My argument is that Clause 39 and later concepts of due process developed precisely in order to defeat prerogative or administrative adjudication--that is, to defeat the binding adjudications that rulers tried to impose outside the courts of law.
(11) Advocates for children and parents contend that due process is too expensive for most parents who cannot afford to pay the attorneys and expert witnesses whose participation is essential in a due process hearing.
Similarly, modern-day liberals remain firmly committed to the demise of liberty of contract while at the same time championing Lochnerian substantive due process for privacy and abortion rights.
Is there no opportunity for a court, in your view, to say that this violates, for an American citizen, the elementary due process that the Constitution requires?
In general, the notion of procedural due process protection dictates that appropriate and just procedures be used whenever the government takes a person's property.
Orth focuses on two due process maxims: one shall not be a judge in one's own cause, and the law shall not take from A to give to B.
This is where the notion of "fundamental fairness," or due process, (7) comes into play.