DLO


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DLO

abbr.
dead letter office
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The DLO said ticks were found on the bodies of around 30-40 per cent of animals that reached Multan which shows that farmers were already aware of the problem, and, perhaps, removed ticks from animals on their own before bringing them to the market.
After being enhanced by HE, the image is likely to be manipulated by DLO unconsciously or maliciously [18].
A buyer can appeal against the valuation after which the DLO would undertake an onsite valuation, with the possibility of putting an even higher price on the property.
Further examination of the DLO salary sheet demolishes Kane's claim that hefty cash bonuses are rare.
The reason, quite simply, is that the subcontractor does the work cheaper and the DLO pockets the difference and this is used to subsidise practices which are otherwise uncompetitive.
Created in 2000, the DLO delivers a broad range of logistics services from procuring and repairing submarines to delivering food and providing postal services.
The philosophy of the DLO is to present courseware that is available anytime and anywhere for the intended audience.
American Insulated Wire's DLO power cable products include Industrial Motor Lead Cable, which, originally developed for wiring diesel-electric locomotives, can be used in a far broader range of applications than the highly specialized use for which they were originally developed.
The council recently gave the go-ahead for the transfer of work from the DLO to three Public Private Partnerships.
The North Lanarkshire Council workers were slaughtered a couple of years ago because the DLO ran up a pounds 4.
A BID will be made tomorrow to oust the local authority consultant hired by North Lanarkshire to sort out its DLO 'missing millions' mess.