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DPP

Abbreviation for:
days post-partum
decapentaplegic protein
digital pulse plethysmography
Doctor-Patient Partnership
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Hsieh, a founding member of the DPP, previously visited China in the 1990s as a member of the Legislative Yuan, Taiwan's parliament.
KMT candidate Hsu Ching-huang, a former DPP member and son of a former DPP legislator, ran in 2008 as an independent and gained 10.
I welcome anyone who wants to come to the DPP and engage in that way.
DPP is one of the UK's principal independent planning consultancies, operating from a network of nine regional offices across the UK.
DPPs were invented by Ciba Specialty Chemicals, but its patents have expired and Clariant Corp.
This expansion will allow us to keep up with the demand for high-performance pigments (HPP) based on DPP chemistry," said Hermann Angerer, global head of Ciba Specialty Chemicals' coating effects segment.
In fact, the DPP found that over the 3 years of the study, diet and exercise sharply reduced the chances that a person with IGT would develop diabetes.
In the network's latest opinion poll conducted Wednesday, the DPP came out top with a 30% support rate, up from 22% at the end of last month.
Used by retailers to assist, primarily, with shelf space allocation and pricing decisions, DPP also has been used to help with store layout, display, promotion, delivery method, and new product selection decisions|1~.
DPP (direct product profitability) has been heralded as one of the more important advances in supermarket shelf management, yet its acceptance by managers in the industry has been slow.
Major grocery product manufacturers and processors are also using DPP in their retail sales programs to gain additional retail exposure.
With powerful online portfolio management tools and a leading-edge agent center, FTS and DPP will collaborate to provide outstanding service to their shared customers.