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CAHACape Hatteras National Seashore (US National Park Service)
CAHACanadian Amateur Hockey Association
CAHACentro Astronómico Hispano Alemán
CAHACalifornia Amateur Hockey Association
CAHAColorado Amateur Hockey Association
CAHACincinnati Amateur Hockey Association
CAHACapital Area Health Alliance
CAHACalifornia Academy for the Healing Arts
CAHACyclones Amateur Hockey Association
CAHACapital Amateur Hockey Association
CAHACarolina Amateur Hockey Association
CAHACoyotes Amateur Hockey Association
CAHACapitol Area Homeless Alliance
CAHAChristian Alliance Housing Association
CAHACanton-Akron Hockey Association
CAHACanton Amateur Hockey Association
CAHAColumbia Amateur Hockey Association
CAHAColin A. Houston & Associates, Inc.
CAHACadillac Area Hockey Association
CAHACharlotte Area Hotel Association (North Carolina)
CAHACalifornia Air Hockey Association
CAHAControlled Access Highway Agreement
CAHACanadian Association of Healthcare Auxiliaries
CAHACloquet Amateur Hockey Association
CAHACheyenne Area Hospitality Association (Wyoming)
CAHAConnecticut Aviation Historical Association
CAHACouncil of the Arts and Humanities Agency (Guam)
CAHACalcium Hydroxylaptite
CAHACapital Alliance Holdings Australia
CAHACommunications, Awareness and Healthcare Affordability (task force)
CAHACanadian Administrative Housekeepers Association of Canada
CAHACold Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia
CAHAComite de Accion de Huelga de Arte
CAHAChamber and Association of Hungarian Architects
CAHACentral Animal Health Association
CAHACoatesville Area Hockey Association (Coatesville, PA)
CAHACarlsbad Arts and Humanities Alliance (New Mexico)
CAHACenter Avenue Historic Association (Bay City, Michigan)
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Advancements will be made in technology for stain-removal in laundry products, enzymes and oxygen bleaches in automatic dishwashing detergents and hand care and aromatherapy in hand dishwashing detergents, according to the CAHA report.
Further, CAHA notes that alcohol ethoxylates have increased their lead as the major surfactant in consumer products and will continue to be among the fastest-growing surfactants through 2010.
"The restructuring of supply is an important factor, but the market is also having to contend with over capacity issues, new surfactants being developed, the increasing impact of environmental regulation and changes in the product value chain," said Joel Houston, president of CAHA.
Radiesse is an injectable called a dermal filler that uses calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHa), a naturally-occurring substance in the body found in teeth and bones.
Injectable agents currently approved by the FDA for use in SUI treatment include polydimethylsiloxane (silicone, Macroplastique[R]), spherical particles of calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA) in a gel carrier (Coaptite[R]), and carbon-coated zirconium beads (Durasphere[R]) (see Table 2).
(141) It is also true that some of these later authors explicitly ascribe the verses in question to Bhartrhari himself (thus Narayanakantha: tatha caha latrabhavan bhartrharih ...); (142) and even when no mention of Bhartrhari is made, the context often makes clear that Bhartrhari is seen as their author, as is the case for instance in Kamalasila's Pahjika on Tattvasahgraha 144, where the quotation occurs in the midst of a criticism of the sabdabrahmavada, which Santaraksita and Kamalasila undoubtedly ascribe to Bhartrhari.
(4) Microfocused ultrasound with visualization followed by injection of diluted calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA) significantly improved the CSS (P0.001) in 20 women with skin laxity and moderate to severe cellulite.
(42) "CAHA Constitution Adopted." Thompson Citizen, 21 November 1963; see "Senior Hockey Campaign Opens Sunday," Thompson Citizen, 28 November 1963.
Houston & Associates (CAHA), the market value of the six primary surfactants (LABS, MES, AES, AS, AE and APE) reached $14.6 billion in 2015.
Grano de Arroz Caha Flecha Pouf (below), made from palm fiber, $585; lavivahome.com.
To provide in-depth insights on the pattern of demand for dermal fillers, the market is segmented into different type filler material such as hyaluronic acid (HA), poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA), calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA), polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) and collagen.