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DC

The JCAHO directs that discontinue or discharge be written in full to avoid ambiguity.
Abbreviation for diphenylcyanoarsine; direct current; discharge; discontinue; Dental Corps; Doctor of Chiropractic.

DC

direct current; Doctor of Chiropractic.

DC

abbr.
1. da capo
2. direct current
3. or D.C. District of Columbia
4. Doctor of Chiropractic

DC

abbreviation for direct current.
An abbreviation for
Daily census
Death certificate
Dendritic cells
Diagnostic center
Diagnostic code
Diagonal conjugate
Dilated cardiomyopathy
Discharge
Discontinue
Disorder of communication
Distocervical—dentistry
Doctor of Chiropractic
Dorsal cortex

DC

Abbreviation for direct current;
discharge;
discontinue;
Doctor of Chiropractic.

DC,

n doctor of chiropractic.

DC

Abbreviation for direct current.
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GREAT FIND: Da Capo restaurant in Bixteth Street offers a warm welcome away from the madding crowd
Jazz in the Bittersweet Blues of Life by Wynton Marsalis & Carl Vigeland Da Capo Press, 2001, $25.
Ethel Waters with Charles Samuels, His Eye is on the Sparrow, New York, Da Capo Press, 1992, ISBN 0-306-80477-8
Handy, Father of the Blues, New York, Da Capo Press, 1991, ISBN 0-306-80921-2
There are several pop-music encyclopedias available; but "The Da Capo Companion to 20th-Century Popular Music" (Da Capo, 1211 pages; $29.
An updated version of a volume originally published by Faber, the Da Capo book is distinguished by its clear prose, its forthright judgments and its admirable inclusiveness; equal space is given, for instance, to Enrico Caruso, Eddie Cantor and Andrae Crouch.
A Celebration of African Music," "The Da Capo Guide to African Music" and "African Rock: The Pop Music of a Continent.
Following a biography of the composer that spans from her family history to her work with the Da Capo Chamber Players and her current career, an analysis of her musical voice is provided, including her compositional aesthetic and process and ideas about feminism and musical citizenship.