DFC


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DFC

abbr.
Distinguished Flying Cross

DFC

abbreviation for
(Military) Distinguished Flying Cross

D.F.C.

Distinguished Flying Cross.
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Hill said the management team and him will focus their efforts on turning DFC Mall into the destination of choice for residents and tourists, offering them a one of-a-kind experience.
DFC Finance is a newly created entity by Lone Star Funds, Sterling's owner.
50 per common share in cash, including assumption of net debt, resulted in DFC Global being delisted.
The contract will cover almost 40 per cent of the nearly 1,500- km Western DFC.
DFC power plants potentially represent an efficient and cost-effective approach to separating CO2 while generating ultra-clean power rather than consuming power, as required by current CO2 capture technologies.
Qatar International Petroleum Marketing Co, or Tasweeq, sold the DFC cargoes at a discount of between 50 cents and $1.
All completed DFC projects have gone on to win global acclaim.
Marubeni's commitment clearly demonstrates that the market drivers for our high-efficiency and ultra-clean DFC products in the Asian market are strengthening," said FuelCell Energy president and chief executive officer R.
Small Army RC units mobilized between 1997 and 2001 continued to present to deployment stations with DFC 3 rates ranging from 14% to 36%.
Airmen previously awarded the DFC for heroism are also authorized to wear the device.
The Amosorb DFC oxygen scavenger from BP Chemicals in Naperville, Ill.
You can spread some Christmas cheer at the Vision club in Cardiff in the all-night DFC show with our great competition.