JKwaZulu-Natal's deputy director of public prosecutions Ross Stuart said: ``It was just a terrible and unfortunate accident which nobody could have done anything to avoid.
What does DDPP stand for?
DDPP stands for Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions (various locations)
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We have 3 other meanings of DDPP in our Acronym Attic
- Département des Droits Phonographiques et Numériques (French: Digital and Phonographic Rights Department)
- Direct Deposit Prenote Tape
- Dufour Diffusion Produits Nouveaux (French: Dufour Diffusion New Products)
- Deacidified and Deodourised Palm Oil (nutrition)
- Debian Developer's Packages Overview (software)
- Defense Dissemination Program Office
- Delta Dental Plan of Oklahoma (insurance)
- District Development and Panchayat Officer
- David Duchovny Page of Lust (fan site)
- Double Differential Polarization Shift Keying
- Digital Design Principles and Practices (John F. Wakerly book)
- Diisodecyl Phenyl Phosphite
- Direct Data Placement Protocol
- Directions Départementales de la Protection des Populations (French: Departmental Offices for the Protection of Populations)
- Diversity Development and Procurement Program (National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce)
- Danny Duran Public Relations (West Hollywood, CA)
- DD Performance Research (Sealy, TX)
- Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation
- Dossier Descriptif de Projets Regroupés (French: File Description of Grouped Projects)
- Difficult Doctor-Patient Relationship Questionnaire
Samples in periodicals archive:
KwaZulu-Natal's deputy director of public prosecutions Ross Stuart said: 'There are no real issues left for this department in this case.
Following leads brought to light during the sittings Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), a team of expert investigators led by the deputy director of public prosecutions, Tone Pretorious (who worked on the Wouter 'Dr Death' Basson case), has been detailed to unravel the mystery behind the 19 October 1976 death of the Mozambican leader, Samora Machel.