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The meaning of «dci»

The DCI (formerly, Duelists' Convocation International) is the official sanctioning body for competitive play in Magic: The Gathering and various other games produced by Wizards of the Coast and its subsidiaries, such as Avalon Hill.
DCI Banks is a British crime drama series produced by Left Bank Pictures for the ITV network. The series is based on Peter Robinson's Inspector Alan Banks novels and stars Stephen Tompkinson as Detective Chief Inspector Alan Banks.
Detective Chief Inspector Grace Barraclough is a fictional character in the ITV1 soap opera Emmerdale, portrayed by Glynis Barber.
DCI Global Partnerships is a community of friends, partners, projects and supporters that began in England, in 1985. DCI Global Partnerships is the name given to the community of people working with these projects, while the legal side is run by UK charity DCI Trust.
DCI Group is an American public relations, lobbying and business consulting firm based in Washington, D.C.
DCI-P3, or DCI/P3, is a common color space for digital movie projection from the US-American film industry.
DCI may be an abbreviation for:
DCI Cheese Company is a United States food industry company specializing in cheese, headquartered in Richfield, Wisconsin (in Mayville, Wisconsin before 2005).
DCIM may refer to:
This is a list of characters from the police procedural British television series, The Bill. The fictional characters displayed here are ordered alphabetically by character surname.

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