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ADRAAdventist Development and Relief Agency
ADRAAdministrative Dispute Resolution Act
ADRAAgencia Adventista para el Desarrollo y Recursos Asistenciales (Peru)
ADRAAlternative Dispute Resolution Act
ADRAAdministrative Dispute Resolution Act of 1990
ADRAAustralian Drivers Rights Association (est. 1998)
ADRAAgence Adventiste d'Aide et de Développement (French)
ADRAAddictive Disorders Regulatory Authority
ADRAAnimal Diseases Research Association (United Kingdom)
ADRAAmerican Dream Restoration Act
ADRAAgencia de Desarollo y Recursos Asistenciales de la Iglesia Adventista de Guatemala (Agency of Development and Welfare Resources of the Adventist Church of Guatemala)
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The report said that the number is expected to increase six times due to potential of the above-mentioned cities as to attract investments, especially that authorization for some 533 buildings has been given in the cities to put in service later, including 191 facilities in Adra, 276 in Sheikh Najjar, and 66 in Hessia.
For one, Adra did not attend a meeting held by the six MPs, together known as the "Consultative Gathering," despite expectations.
According to the initiative put forward by President Michel Aoun, Adra would have entered the government as a member of the president's bloc after the prime minister-designate, Saad Hariri, refused to have the minister in his bloc.
PO2 Merwin Mendez said concerned citizens brought Adra to the Heart of Jesus Hospital in San Jose City but was declared dead on arrival by the attending physician.
Chevrolet, a subsidiary of General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM), is likely to name the production version of the Adra compact SUV, the Gem-B.
Following their success in Dhahiyat Al-Assad, the Syrian Armed Forces stormed Jeish Al-Islam's positions at the 'Adra Quarries, killing 18 enemy combatants from the aforementioned group, while also capturing this area after a two-hour battle.
The first phase would involve a family of eight being released in exchange for food for civilians in Adra .
Under the deal, food supplies would be allowed into Adra, and an unspecified number of people held in regime jails would be set free, in exchange for the release of the 1,500 families held in the town, said Al-Watan.
State television said Assad inspected a shelter for people displaced by fighting in Adra, which lies about 12 miles northeast of central Damascus and was partly captured by rebels three months ago.
The deputy foreign minister noted to the ADRA role in the humanitarian services for the poor of Yemeni families that live in remote places and the refugees' communities as well.
Dozens of people from Adra were hospitalized, suffering from vomiting, shortness of breath and convulsions, they added.