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ABDABundesvereinigung Deutscher Apothekerverbaende (Germany; Federal Association of German Druggists)
ABDABundesvereinigung Deutscher Apothekerverbände (National Union of German Pharmacists Associations)
ABDAAmerican Behcet's Disease Association (Chattanooga, TN)
ABDAAmerican, British, Dutch, Australian (World War II)
ABDAAmerican Board of Disability Analysts
ABDAAlberta Bottle Depot Association
ABDAArbeitsgemeinschaft der Berufsvertretungen Deutscher Apotheker
ABDAAmerican Baseball Dart Association
ABDAAmerican Business Development Alliance
ABDAAbnormal Battery Depletion Activities
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Displeased with the decision, Chokri Ben Abda harassed the local office members of Tunis I for their adherence to this decision.
The goal of the public transportation project in Jeddah is to provide the best and most suitable types and choices for public transportation, in addition to the easy use of car parks that are connected to public transportation paths on the city's borders, to decrease traffic congestions inside the city and lessen pollution," Abda added.
Mohammed Abdulhadi, Hussain Baboor and Abda Al Saudi led Al Dair to victory, making the most of scoring, while international goalkeeper Mohammed Abdulhussain contributed with several fine saves.
At the beginning of April, information leaked to Bulgarian media that the Bulgarian government agreed to accept a 38-year-old Syrian-born ethnic Kurd named Masum Abda Mohammed.
In Malaysia, Oman Air has appointed ABDA Aviation and in Tanzania, the Rickshaw Travel Group (RTG) is the airline's new GSA.
The ABDA has been created as the trade body which represents those involved in designing and building a biogas infrastructure in the UK.
The US Navy brass secretly considered the American ships and men in the ABDA fleet expendable.
Division One champions Skyline lost out 2-1 to The Farmers, who consolidated runners-up position with goals from Ben Gould-bourne and Abda Saleh.
They were told his sister Abda Bibi, 21, had forgiven him.
US officials have captured al-Qaeda's chief of naval operations, Abdulrahim Mohammed Abda Al-Nasheri, who is known as the Prince of the Sea.
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One hopes that we might expect a revised and expanded future edition with a tighter editorial hand, a more thorough treatment of the context established by Abda, Afghani, and Rida, and more detailed discussion of al-Banna.