HDRA

AcronymDefinition
HDRAHenry Doubleday Research Association
HDRAHistoculture Drug Response Assay
HDRAHigh Desert Racing Association (est. 1976)
HDRAHeavy Duty Representatives Association (Elgin, IL)
HDRAHemispherical Dielectric Resonator Antenna
HDRAHoleshot Drag Racing Association
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A number of techniques have been employed for enhancing the performance characteristics of the HDRA.
Its central position in England made the HDRA and its work accessible to many more people than when based in Essex.
The quantitative impacts of the HDRA system were a measurable difference in time saved which equates into a significant cost savings for Jefferson County.
The survey is part of a major rose project set up by the Trust, HDRA and Roses UK, amid commercial and environmental concerns about the future of roses in this country.
The committee also approved TORs to constitute the Policy Board of HDRA, providing organ gram and constitution of HDRA, creating the basis of establishment of HDRA along with its basic components Drugs Regulatory Authority (DRA) and Healthcare Regulatory Authority (HRA), he added.
Through HDRA, first Laurence and later Alan and Jackie championed these methods, and today it is supported by such figures as the Prince of Wales -its patron for the past 20 years.
The old ritual of wassailing is to be revived by HDRA, the organic organisation, at its Ryton, Warwickshire, headquarters in the New Year.
TREAT yourself to a great day out at the organic gardens at Audley End in Saffron Walden, Essex, run by the HDRA - Europe's largest organic gardening organisation.
Spaces are still left on the club's coach trip to the HDRA Organic Organisation Demonstration Gardens in Ryton, near Coventry.
Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening", editor-in-chief Pauline Pears of HDRA (Dorling Kindersley/HDRA, 416pp, pounds 25) is long overdue.
HDRA, the organic organisation, has launched an autumn campaign to encourage gardeners to make leafmould instead of burning or binning fallen leaves.