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What does DPT stand for?

DPT stands for Days Prior To


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Studies have shown that these telltale ions surge three days prior to the estrogen surge, four days prior to the luteinizing hormone surge (which is detected in urine tests) and five days prior to ovulation, collectively known as prime fertility time.
The bonds are subject to mandatory tender: on the conversion date; five days prior to the Notice of Termination Date; five days prior to the expiration or substitution date of the SBPA; and on the day next succeeding the last day of a commercial paper period.
The notes are subject to mandatory tender: on conversion of the interest rate; the date immediately following the expiration of a fixed rate period; the first day of the calendar month in which the stated expiration date of the LOC occurs; 15 days prior to the effective date of any change in the frequency with which or the formula by which the interest rate on the notes is established during a variable-rate period, or the optional tender terms of the notes during a variable-rate period; during the variable-rate mode, the date proposed for delivery of a substitute LOC; during the variable-rate mode, the date designated for mandatory tender by the issuer, with the bank's prior written consent; the date on which either a default or insolvency of the LOC provider occurs.
The bonds are subject to mandatory tender: on conversion of the interest rate; on the date immediately following the expiration of a fixed-rate period; upon expiration, termination, or substitution of the LOC; on a credit obligor insolvency date, as such term is defined in the trust indenture; 15 days prior to the effective date of any change in the frequency with which or the formula by which the interest rate on the bonds is established during a variable-rate period; and 15 days prior to the effective date of any change in the optional tender terms of the bonds during a variable-rate period.