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Director of Public Prosecutions

n
(Law) (in Britain) an official who, as head of the Crown Prosecution Service, is responsible for conducting all criminal prosecutions initiated by the police. Abbreviation: DPP
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Director of Public Prosecutions

n (Brit) → Procuratore m della Repubblica
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Concerned officials were asked to forward the DPPs to the Internal Resources Division.
Solid Receivable Quality: The VZOT 2018-A pool consists of DPPs with primarily 24-month original terms (plus a small concentration with 6-month original terms) that are originated and serviced by subsidiaries of Verizon Communications Inc.
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She explained, "One of the obstacles the DPPS points out is that, 'smoking is addictive and this is common knowledge to everyone who takes up the habit.' Virtually no one knows exactly how addictive smoking is, and the tobacco industry has been hard at work manipulating their products to make them more addictive gradually.
On the other hand, by adding the DPPS, the [J.sub.SC] value and shunt resistance ([R.sub.sh]) were fairly increased, and the series resistance ([R.sub.s]) was decreased compared with the PMPS and PPS, which resulted in the improvement of the conversion efficiency to 10.46%.
(ii) An efficient algorithm, called Distributed Processing of Probabilistic Skyline (DPPS) query in WSNs, is proposed, which reduces the in-network amount of data transmission by filtering the irrelevant data on the sensor nodes.
President DPPS, Haji Aijaz Memon said that youth are the real asset and future of the country and we should provide them maximum opportunities so that they can prove their capabilities adding that the Muslims of South Asia are greatly indebted to QuaideAzam who earned a separate homeland
During DPP-assisted annealing, the radiated light is not absorbed by the Si crystal at positions in the B distribution where DPPs are not created under irradiation.
Researchers classified those who reacted more strongly to further away stimuli as having a large 'defensive peripersonal space' (DPPS).
The Constant-Mix and the Dynamic Proportion Portfolio Shield (DPPS) strategies have been developed to soften the effects of volatile markets and offer downside risk protection while providing attractive returns, it said.
The survey also found that only 62% of people had heard of DPPs.
DISGRUNTLED unionists could be set to follow their Belfast colleagues and resign en-masse from Ulster's District Policing Partnerships (DPPs).