ADLA

AcronymDefinition
ADLAAfrican Distance Learning Association
ADLAAnimal Defense League of Arizona (est. 1997)
ADLAAmerican Drum Line Association
ADLAArchdiocese of Los Angeles (California)
ADLAAbove Denver Lodging Association (Evergreen, CO)
ADLAAlaska Division of Legislative Audit (est. 1955)
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387-388; Le Travailleur, 5, 7 June 1910; La Democratie de l'Ouest, 7, 8 June 1910; ADLA 1M528, "Commisaire special," 13 June 1910, "Sous-prefet," 9 June 1910, "Commisaire central," 9, 14 June 1910.
The air forces also destroyed terrorists' hideouts and vehicles in Qleib al-Thour, al-Rouda and Adla in Hama's eastern countryside.
Economic advisor for the minister of tourism Adla Ragab said Arab tourism represents a promising market for Egypt despite the decline in the flow of tourists to Egypt, since Gulf countries always support Egypt on both a political and an economic level.
Rashad Klaly, the official of Makmour district in the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan said in a press statement that "yesterday evening, the coalition aircraft had bombed the headquarters of Daash in Adla village, southwest Makmour district in Nineveh province, killing and wounding dozens of terrorists ".
Units of the army and the armed forces killed scores of the Takfiri terrorist organizations' members in Adla, al-Khudaira, al-Turkmaniyia, al-Sayyad and Jana al-Albawi in the countryside of Hama central province.
This, in effect, was the logic of Puerto Princesa City Assistant Prosecutor Marivic Adla Bungay in her resolution absolving Herbe Borbon.
Elham Habre and his wife Adla recount how he repaired their house after it was destroyed in the 1955 earthquake.
Dogdugu ev, bugun de ayni adla anilan Mahmut Papa Mahallesi'nde cok buyuk bir ev imis.
Economic Adviser to the Minister of Tourism Adla Ragab said many tourist programmes were launched for Arab tourists over the past year, especially for those from UAE and Saudi Arabia.
Many terrorists were killed when army units targeted terrorists in the villages of al-Harjan, to the south of aol-Fasda, Adla and Um Mayal in the eastern countryside of Hama.