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PDC

Abbreviation for:
pancreatic ductal carcinoma
parkinsonism-dementia complex
paroxysmal dystonic choreoathetosis
poorly differentiated carcinoma
public dividend capital, see there  
private diagnostic clinic
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Tony Yaroshak, President and CEO of Stainless Steel Technology, is a long-standing client who praised BDC as a valuable contributor to the success of his business.
BDC is here to serve its members, and with that comes the need to provide diverse services.
By selling stakes the BDC has contributed to the promotion of competition and efficiency.
Sierra Income Corporation is a non-traded business development Company (BDC) that invests primarily in first lien senior secured debt, second lien secured debt and, to a lesser extent, subordinated debt of middle market companies in a broad range of industries with annual revenue between USD 50m and USD 1.0bn.
Under the legislation, regulatory asset coverage requirements for BDCs will decline to 150% of debt from 200% of debt, effectively allowing BDCs to increase debt to equity leverage to 2.0x from 1.0x.
It would be recalled that BDC operators had last week rejected a directive for them to compulsorily approach CBN thrice weekly to purchase forex.
The Advanced BDC reticle has wind-compensating marks on both the left and the right sides of the lower vertical crosshair, and they are calibrated for a 10-mile-per-hour crosswind when the rifle is zeroed, depending on the cartridge, at either 100 yards or 200 yards.
"BDC is very proud to achieve this significant regulatory approval for our BUHLMANN fCAL[R] turbo," states Thomas Hafen, CEO of BUHLMANN.
If the five lawmakers fail to smooth out differences and leave, the BDC group will have to dissolve itself since it will have less than the 10 MPs needed to be set up (it currently has 14).
In a letter to the GFBTU, Mr Ivanov said the ship was initially owned by BDC Blue WLL, whose shareholder and chief executive was British citizen Robin Bartram Brown.
It can be said that the subjects in BICI inventory (Littleton et al, 2005), their score was one standard deviation higher than average, were recognized as people with Body Dysmorphic Concern BDC.