D & C
or D and C
Origin of D & C
Related Words for dcmagnetic, electrical, heat, service, rousing, dynamic, tense, stirring, AC, voltaic, tension, light, current, juice, spark, galvanism, utilities, electron, voltage, ignition
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Contemporary Examples of dc
Kyle Dietrich, 36, is a host of one of the DC Dinner Parties.
Lennon casually told some DC friends about it and found there was local interest in establishing Dinner Parties.
James Trainum was a police officer with the Washington, DC Metropolitan police force.How the U.S. Justice System Screws Prisoners with Disabilities
December 16, 2014
GALLERY: 'JUSTICE FOR ALL' MARCH IN WASHINGTON DC There were plenty of representatives of the fringe too.Sharpton Recalls Civil Rights Struggle in DC March Against Police Violence
December 13, 2014
After raising a cool $2m last night, Will met the President today in DC while Kate visited a Harlem youth project.Kate Middleton and Prince William's $2m Dinner
December 8, 2014
Historical Examples of dc
We should not and we will not run public schools from Washington, DC.State of the Union Addresses of George W. Bush
George W. Bush
Do not attempt to operate on DC or line supplies of other voltages or frequency ratings than those stated on the cabinet back.Zenith Television Receiver Operating Manual
Zenith Radio Corporation
Muttering darkly to himself, he changed the pump engine leads to DC current and closed the switch to the battery bank.Make Mine Homogenized
Take dk equally inclined with dc, and upon it a weight equal to e, which call 6.The Life of Galileo Galilei, with Illustrations of the Advancement of Experimental Philosophy
John Elliot Drinkwater Bethune
Let us begin where storm clouds loom darkest--right here in Washington, DC.
abbreviation for (in the US and Canada)
abbreviation of direct current, attested from 1898.
abbreviation of District of Columbia, apparently not widely used before 1820, but eventually it became necessary to distinguish it from the many other Washingtons in America. The city and the district (then known as Territory of Columbia) were named 1791; the territory was organized as a "district" in 1801, but the towns within it (Washington, Georgetown, Alexandria) remained separate municipalities and at one time all took D.C. The district was effectively organized as a unitary municipality in 1871.