CDCCA

AcronymDefinition
CDCCACapital District Celtic Cultural Association (New York; foundation to preserve Irish and Scottish cultural activities; founded 1998)
References in classic literature ?
Ray, who was the more sensitive and always minded things more, had chapped hands and they hurt.
She told me she couldn't remember a time when she was so little that she wasn't lugging a heavy baby about, helping to wash for babies, trying to keep their little chapped hands and faces clean.
Queue-en-Brie was a very insipid place to stay at then, a village of farriers, and cow-girls with chapped hands, a long line of poor dwellings and thatched cottages, which borders the grand road on both sides for half a league; a tail (queue), in short, as its name imports.
On the surface he is as hard as the stone on which he chiselled, and his face is dyed red by its dust, he is rounded in the shoulders and a 'hoast' hunts him ever; sooner or later that cough must carry him off, but until then it shall not keep him from the quarry, nor shall his chapped hands, as long as they can grasp the mell.
Yes, my little man," Slightly anxiously replied, who had chapped knuckles.