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DBP and competes
It either competes against or works with DBP, depending on the situation involved.

DBP and bank
The Development Bank of the Philippines ( Filipino: Bangko sa Pagpapaunlad ng Pilipinas, Castillian Spanish: Banco de Agricola y Hacienda de Filipinas or Banco de Desarollo de Filipinas ), commonly known by its initials, DBP, is a state-owned development bank in Makati, Philippines.
In 1995, DBP became a universal bank when it was granted its universal banking license, and three years later, had its charter revised.
On the other end of the spectrum, DBP takes on a dual role with Landbank, another government-owned bank.

DBP and banks
Major banks include Philippine National Bank ( PNB ), United Coconut Planters Bank ( UCPB ), Development Bank of the Philippines ( DBP ), Allied Bank, Metrobank, Landbank, and Philippine Veterans Bank.
Instead, DBP diversifies banking choices whenever an area's banking sector is either dominated by one or a few banks, regardless of status.

DBP and such
Dispensers can also be found with several non-US patents, such as the German " DBP 818. 829 " ( Deutsches Bundes Patent ), and the Mexican " Patent Nr 141, 242 ".
All non-performing assets and liabilities were subsequently transferred to the government on June 30, 1986 and led to DBP forming a program to strengthen its institutions, such as a thorough revision of the credit process and a training program for the intensive implementation of new lending thrusts.
Experiments have demonstrated that in rodent studies this distance is shortened when the mother is exposed to chemicals that are anti-androgenic, such as dibutyl phthalate ( DBP ) or benzylbutyl phthalate ( BBzP ).
Some farmer also avail loans from ASCOT – CHED credit program and other access credit loans from financial institutions such as Land Bank of the Philippines ( LBP ), Development Bank of the Philippines ( DBP ) and Producers Bank channeled through the 18 credit cooperatives existing in the municipality.

DBP and Bank
* Development Bank of the Philippines ( DBP )
The P 1. 74-billion geothermal optimization ( expansion ) project, funded the Development Bank of the Philippines ( DBP ) is part of EDC's 192-MW Southern Negros Geothermal Production Field that supplies the power needs of 8 provinces in Negros, Panay, Guimaras and Cebu Islands.
However, other competitors include Land Bank of the Philippines, Philippine National Bank, RCBC, DBP, and Citibank Philippines.
* Development Bank of the Philippines ( DBP ): Most Outstanding Participating Financial Institution

DBP and Philippine
DBP services various sectors of Philippine society, from farmers to businessmen.
Although the Philippines has an economy largely dependent on agriculture, something that Landbank addresses, DBP aims for national development through financing the various businesses and economic sectors that keep the Philippine economy afloat.

DBP and .
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Post-war models bear the initials DBP, standing for Deutsches Bundespatent ( Federal German Patent ), instead of the DRP found on pre-war models.
When Di-n-butyl phthalate ( DBP ), diisobutyl phthalate ( DiBP ), benzyl butyl phthalate ( BBP ), Bis ( 2-ethylhexyl ) phthalate ( DEHP ) and di-n-pentyl phthalate ( DPP ) were combined, reductions in both testosterone synthesis and gene expression of steroidogenic pathway proteins were seen.
File: DBP 1974 792 Helene Lange. jpg | Feminist and DDP co-founder Helene Lange
Dibutyl phthalate ( DBP ) is a common ingredient found in nail enamels and hardeners.
DBP is a plasticizer that is used because of its flexibility and film forming properties, making it an ideal ingredient in nail polishes.
DBP is a chemical that remains on the nail, making the polish less brittle and apt to crack.
When nail-polished hands are washed, small amounts of DBP can leach out of the polish and come into contact with the skin.
Image: DBP 1959 308 Adam Riese. jpg | Stamp issued on the 400th anniversary of his death.
Previously, the older ADo type connectors had been used, or telephones had been hardwired to their ( VDo ) wall sockets, and only officially approved telephones ( legally distributable only by the DBP ) were allowed to be connected to the telephone system.
Furthermore, telephones and other communication devices could only be leased from the DBP and not be sold or bought on the free market.
Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka ( Malay for The Institute of Language and Literature ) ( abbreviated DBP ) is the government body responsible for coordinating the use of the Malay language in Malaysia and Brunei.
DBP Malaysia was established as Balai Pustaka in Johor Bahru on 22 June 1956, while DBP Brunei was established in the 1960s.
In 1957, DBP moved from Johor Bahru to Kuala Lumpur.
Through Ordinan Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka 1959, DBP was granted a charter with its own Board of Governors.
With the charter, DBP has the power to form policies regarding the Malay language, responsible to spread the language and is able to go into book publishing business.
DBP also producing many talented novel writers.
Most outstanding DBP novel writers are Miss Siti Habsah Abdullah, Mrs. Malardevi Margamuthu, and Mr. Syed Satahkatulah Bin Mohamed Kalik.
DBP publishes the Kamus Dewan, for many years the prestige dictionary of the Malaysian national language.
The dictionary is not only descriptive, but rather it is also prescriptive, as it represents the results of the efforts of DBP to adapt the Malay language to accommodate the challenges of technology and science.

competes and bank
In banking games, one player serves as a banker, who covers the individual bets of the other players, each of whom competes directly with the bank.
ANB claims to have the most deposits of any financial institution in Amarillo since 1987, a major accomplishment considering that ANB competes with several out-of-state bank companies.

competes and marketing
Innovative and sometimes controversial marketing campaigns have kept it as the number one selling soft drink in Scotland, where it competes directly with global brands such as Coca-Cola and Pepsi.

competes and against
The party competes against the Liberal / National Coalition for political office at the federal and state ( and sometimes local ) level.
A fantasy sport ( also known as rotisserie, roto, or owner simulation ) is a game where participants act as owners to build a team that competes against other fantasy owners based on the statistics generated by the real individual players or teams of a professional sport.
Q3A comes with several gameplay modes ; Free for All ( FFA ), a classic deathmatch, where each player competes against the rest for the highest score, Team Deathmatch ( TDM ), where usually two teams of four compete for the highest team frag total, Tournament ( 1v1 ), a deathmatch between two players, usually ending after a set time and Capture the Flag, which is played on symmetrical maps where teams have to recover the enemy flag from the opponents ' base while retaining their own.
Officials with ties to the Shanghai administration form a powerful faction in the national government, the so-called Shanghai Clique, which often competes against the rival Youth League Faction over personnel appointments and policy decisions: Xi Jinping, the presumptive successor to Hu Jintao as General Secretary and President, is a compromise candidate between the two groups with supporters in both camps.
The player competes against the computer.
In this film Harriet competes against Marion Hawthorne to see who has a better blog.
The school is a member of the Mayflower League, and competes against smaller schools in the region.
The largest of these schools is St. Mary Catholic Central High School, which enrolls over 400 students a year and has a full sports program that competes against the other public school districts.
Its highly ranked swim team competes against other private swim clubs in the area in meets held mostly in July.
This game is no longer played, as William E. Tolman now competes annually against its fellow Pawtucket public high school Charles E. Shea, rather than against St. Raphael Academy, a private Catholic high school.
The university competes against other institutions such as Royal Holloway University of London and Kingston University.
In March 2007 a Siemens board member was temporarily arrested and accused of illegally financing a business-friendly labour association which competes against the union IG Metall.
Haverford College competes at the NCAA Division III level in the Centennial Conference and has a rich history in collegiate athletics: Haverford boasts the only varsity cricket team in the United States ; its men's and women's track and field and cross country teams are perennial powerhouses in their division, with men's cross country winning the 2010 Cross Country Division III National Championships ; its soccer team is the nation's oldest and won the first intercollegiate soccer match in 1905 against Harvard College ; its lacrosse team has recently become a national power after placing well in the NCAA championships ; its fencing team has competed since the early 1930s and is a member of both the Middle Atlantic Collegiate Fencing Association ( MACFA ) and the National Intercollegiate Women's Fencing Association ( NIWFA ).
Set in the Wild West during the nineteenth century, the movie was a sex comedy that starred Divine as Rosie Velez, a promiscuous woman who works as a singer in saloons and competes for the love of Abel Wood ( Tab Hunter ) against another woman.
* In the b-story of " Black Widows ", the fifteenth episode of Totally Spies, Sam competes in the Beverly Hills High School spelling bee against Mandy, the archrival of her and her two best friends, Clover and Alex.
When his group competes against the Rockets they usually lose.
Boston College competes in the Beanpot against the three other major sports colleges in Boston: the Northeastern University Huskies, Harvard University Crimson, and Boston University Terriers.
This process competes against the stellar wind, which drives the gas out of the system, and accretion, which pulls material into the central T Tauri star.
Colchester competes in the Twin Town Games against Wetzlar, Avignon, Orléans, Tarragona, and Siena.
Christie Cup The University of Manchester competes annually in 28 different sports against Leeds and Liverpool universities in the Christie Cup, which Manchester had won for five consecutive years until 2011 where the University of Leeds won the competition on home soil .< ref >
Croft first appeared in the 1996 video game Tomb Raider, in which she competes against a rival archaeologist in search of an Atlantean artifact.
Harvard competes in one of the most heated rivalries of college hockey at least twice each season against Harvard's archrival, the Cornell Big Red, in installments of the Cornell-Harvard hockey rivalry.
The Princeton Debate Panel is one of the world's top intercollegiate debating societies, and competes regularly against teams such as the Oxford Union, the Cambridge Union Society, and the Hart House Debating Club.
The winner of the league championship competes against the winner in the Central League for the annual Japan Series.

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