Defects Per Unit

Defects Per Unit
Unit measures: DPU

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  • DPU — ist die Abkürzung für dialectos portugueses en Uruguay, siehe Portunol die Danube Private University in Krems Dänemarks Pädagogische Universität in Kopenhagen den Flughafen Dumpu in Papua Neuguinea einige Begriffe der Informatik Data Processing… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • DPU — Development Planning Unit (Academic & Science » Universities) Data Processing Unit (Governmental » Military) * Defects Per Unit (Miscellaneous » Unit Measures) * Dumpu, Papua New Guinea (Regional » Airport Codes) …   Abbreviations dictionary

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