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RDF

abbr.
1. radio direction finder
2. rapid deployment force
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Information gleaned from the study will be used to ensure a dignified life for all, the DCD statement said.
The Department of Community Development (DCD) launched a first-of-its-kind initiative with an aim to create future youth leaders.
As the entity overseeing the social sector in Abu Dhabi, the DCD is working on developing a technology strategy and establishing standard data and IT systems across the sector.
The MoU paves the way for Dubai Municipality and DCD to provide a unified and up-to-date basic map of Dubai to be used for planning, designing, and managing expansion as well as new projects.
This qualitative study explored the perspective of the caregivers about the life of children with DCD and the impact of the disorder with educating the parents the importance of participation in sports and ADL for children with DCD.
The project will allow DCD to upgrade its response and fire prevention capabilities to avoid allocating time and resources unnecessarily to false alarms.
DCD Energy Efficiency Improver's Award recognizes companies that can demonstrate the success of any project to improve the energy efficiency of a single or group of facilities through a journey of rigorous measurement, benchmarking, analysis, recommendation and implementation to a verifiable outcome.
The nitrification inhibitor used was dicyandiamide (DCD), present in the product Agrotain Plus[R], at 81.4% concentration.
Donation after cardiac death (DCD) is becoming the main source of organ transplantation in China.[1],[2] One of the major concerns regarding the increasing use of kidneys from DCD donors is the high incidence of delayed graft function (DGF) and high risk of early graft dysfunction and failure observed in such transplants.[3],[4],[5] Physicians consider DGF to be a clinical challenge because it predisposes the kidney to rejection and decreases graft survival.[6] Therefore, how to assess the quality of DCD kidneys before transplant and decide whether or not to abandon the kidney is a critical problem for kidney transplant surgeons.