Definition of 'DPP'
Example sentences containing 'DPP'
HUMAN VOICES (2003)
'I think we should at least talk to the DPP ,' said Truach.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
DPP was homeless, in the sense of having several homes, none of which he cared about more than the others.HUMAN VOICES (2003)
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