DCL


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DCL

abbr.
1. Doctor of Canon Law
2. Doctor of Civil Law

DCL

abbreviation for
(Education) Doctor of Civil Law

D.C.L.

Doctor of Civil Law.
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The DCL attribution rules incorporate these rules and modify them such that the domestic corporate owner is treated in the same manner as the foreign corporation, and the FBSU is treated in the same manner as the U.
The OSDL DCL Technical Capabilities is the work of current OSDL member companies and interested individuals and defines over 300 prioritized capabilities.
DCL has focused its energy on manufacturing, marketing, and servicing its line across a broad range of clinical chemistry instrumentation which are used in small-, medium-, and large-volume laboratories.
The creation of DCL in 1877 by the merger of six Scottish distilling businesses followed two decades of unsuccessful attempts to contain, through trade associations, the excessive competition and falling profit margins which plagued the industry.
We're proud of our trajectory, and look forward to further growth in 2013," said DCL CEO Mark Gross.
So [this] is the project we've been working on [with] DCL of adding cited references to the content of Scopus between 1996 and 1970.
For further details the public can reach DCL through its website : www.
Hawa Bastaki, Head of DCL, said that their labs use the most advanced equipment and technologies to confirm the quality of gems and precious metals traded in the emirate, making Dubai one of the most trusted city for the trade of precious metals, especially gold.
Incorporated in 1995, DCL is a non-deposit-taking, non-banking financial company registered with the Reserve Bank of India.
regulations further prohibit a domestic corporation from using a DCL from a foreign country if the law of that foreign country also prohibits a domestic company from using a foreign loss.
In its comments concerning the treatment of separate units as domestic corporations, TEI explained that the rules imply that a loss arising from a foreign branch separate unit will be treated as a DCL even where the branch is not subject to an income tax of a foreign country.
DCL has proven to be an invaluable component of the answer along with fellow winners AOL, Inc.