CDA

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CDACalifornia Dental Association
CDAChild Development Associate
CDACanada
CDACanadian Dental Association
CDACanadian Diabetes Association
CDACoeur D'Alene (ID, USA)
CDACapital Development Authority (Pakistan)
CDAChristen Democratisch Appèl (Dutch: Christian Democratic Appeal; Netherlands)
CDAConsiglio Di Amministrazione (Italian: Administration Board)
CDACopper Development Association Inc.
CDAConnecticut Development Authority
CDACategorical Data Analysis (various schools)
CDACommunity Development Authority
CDACalifornia Department of Aging
CDACote d'Azur (French Riviera)
CDACertified Dental Assistant
CDACleveland Disc Association (Ohio)
CDACritical Discourse Analysis
CDACascadian Dark Ale (beer)
CDAClinical Dental Assistant
CDAChristian Democratic Alliance (political party; South Africa)
CDACosmic Dust Analyzer
CDACentro de Alumnos (Spanish: Student Center)
CDACD Audio Track (filename extension)
CDAClinical Document Architecture (XML-based document markup standard)
CDACouncil for Disability Awareness
CDAChild Development Account (Singapore)
CDACoram Deo Academy (Texas)
CDAContract Disputes Act
CDACommunications Decency Act of 1996
CDACubic Defense Applications
CDACompound Document Architecture
CDACompact Disc Audio
CDACd Archiving
CDAContent Delivery Applications
CDAClinical Document Architecture
CDACompagnie des Alpes (French: Alps Company)
CDACollege Democrats of America
CDAContinuous Descent Approach (aviation)
CDACanadian Dermatology Association
CDAChandra Data Archive
CDAConfidential Disclosure Agreement
CDAChristian Democratic Appeal (political party; Netherlands)
CDACommunity Development Association
CDAComprehensive Development Agreement
CDACommunity Development Administration
CDACooperative Development Authority
CDACommission du Droit d'Auteur Canada (Copyright Board of Canada)
CDAComprehensive Data Analysis
CDACommission des Droits et de l'Autonomie des Personnes Handicapées (French: Commission on Human Autonomy for People with Disabilities; est. 2005)
CDAChargé d'Affaires (French: Responsible for Affairs; US State Department)
CDACareer Development Award (insurance)
CDACentro de Desarrollo de Agronegocios (Spanish: Agribusiness Development Center; various locations)
CDAColorado Dental Association
CDACenter for Data Analysis
CDACommedia Dell' Arte
CDAClean Dry Air
CDAConference of Defence Associations (Conférence des Associations de La Défence - Canada)
CDAControlled Droplet Application
CDACommonwealth Dental Association (UK)
CDACommand and Data Acquisition (Station; NOAA)
CDACanadian Dam Association
CDACriminal Defense Attorney
CDAChild Detection Agency (Monsters, Inc.)
CDAChittagong Development Authority (Bangladesh)
CDACapital Dividend Account (taxation)
CDAContribution au Développement de l'Apprentissage (French: Contribution to the Development of Learning; French tax)
CDAComité Départemental d'Athlétisme (French: Departmental Committee of Athletics)
CDAComputer Design Architecture (various schools)
CDACollaborative for Development Action
CDAChristian Democratic Alliance
CDACentral Design Agent (shipping)
CDACompressed Dry Air
CDACivil Defence Academy
CDAConstitution Drafting Assembly (Thailand)
CDACanadian Defence Attaché
CDACleveland Development Advisors (Cleveland, OH)
CDACommander's Digital Assistant (Army)
CDAClub de Défense des Animaux (French: Defense of Animals Club)
CDAColonial Dames of America
CDACuban Democracy Act of 1992
CDACentral Design Activity
CDACommunicative Disorders Assistant
CDACentre de Défense des Animaux (French: Animal Defense Center)
CDACongenital Dyserythropoietic Anemias
CDACentre Départementale d'Assèchement (French: Departmental Assessment of Reclamation)
CDAChabot Delrieu Associés (French labeling machine company)
CDAConceptual Design Activity
CDACorporate Dental Application (used by the Army Medical Command)
CDAConcept Demonstrator Aircraft
CDACalifornia Department of Agriculture
CDACommercial Derivative Aircraft
CDACentral Design Agency
CDACompact Digital Audio
CDAContributing Drainage Area
CDACall Data Accumulator
CDAContent Delivery Agent (web portal delivery technology)
CDAComptoir des Affaires (French discount business)
CDACivil Defense Agency
CDACanada Department of Agriculture
CDAConcise Dictionary of Akkadian
CDACoin Detection and Announcement
CDACoordinated Data Analysis (NASA website)
CDAClinical Data Associate (pharmacology)
CDACritical Design Audit
CDACentral Distribution Amplifier
CDAConditional Demand Analysis
CDAChristlich Demokratische Arbeitnehmer (German: Christian Democratic Employees)
CDACommunity Digital Assistant (sharable PDA)
CDACall Disposition Analyzer
CDACombined Development Agency (US, UK, and Canada)
CDACatalog Data Activity (US Army)
CDACurrent Differencing Amplifier
CDAClear Dry Adhesive
CDACercle des Arts (French: Circle of Arts; artists' collective)
CDACareer Design Associates, Inc.
CDAClub des Auteurs (French: Authors Club)
CDACrash Dump Analyzer
CDACertified Digital Archivist
CDACentre de Documentation Anarchiste (French: Anarchist Documentation Center; Center for Labor History; Nantes, France)
CDACertified Design Accountant
CDACorneal Dystrophy, Avellino Type
CDACommander's Decision Aid
CDAContagious Diseases Act (UK)
CDACyclic Division Algebras (a class of division algebra)
CDAComponent Data Administrator
CDAConnecticut Dressage Association
CDACanadian Domestic Airspace
CDACognitive Decision Aids
CDAConventional Distributed Amplifier
CDACore Depot Assessment (US DoD)
CDACongressionally Directed Action
CDACoastal Data Acquisition
CDAConstant Descent Approach (aviation)
CDAChicago Dwellings Association
CDACollision Detection and Avoidance
CDAComputer Design Activity
CDACountry Dance Association (various locations)
CDACombat Development Activity
CDACentre de Droit Américain (French: American Law Center)
CDACoverage Determination Application
CDACorona Dance Academy (Corona, CA)
CDACollaborative Decision Aid
CDACentre Drôme Ardèche (French: Drôme Ardèche Center; Joseph Fourier University; Grenoble, France)
CDACommon Datacasting Architecture
CDAConcurrent Detection Algorithm
CDACourriers de l'Aube (French transportation company)
CDAControl Duty Assignment
CDACapability Data Acknowledgement (ITU-T)
CDAConsecutive Diagnosis Algorithm
CDACoalition for a Democratic Abkhazia (Republic of Georgia)
CDAControlled Disposition Area
CDACigarettes des Autres (French: other people's cigarettes)
CDAConceptual Design Area
CDACooloola Dressage Association Inc. (Australia)
CDAClinique Dentaire Adventiste
CDACompressed Data, Audio
CDACall Duck Association (UK)
CDACesium Dhydrogen Arsenate
CDACommunications Distribution Assembly
CDACasualty and Damage Assessment
CDACognizant Design Activity
CDAConsolidated Device Architecture
CDACollegiate Debate Association
CDAUnited States Army DARCOM Catalog Data Activity
CDACommand Data Administration
CDACentral Development Activity
CDACharacter Data Archive
CDAClass Design Agent
CDAConnecticut Debate Association
CDACollege Diploma in Agriculture (UK)
CDAChambre des Associations (French: Chamber of Associations)
CDACombat Developer's Analysis
CDAColumbus DanceArts Academy (Dublin, OH)
CDAConcept Development Aircraft
CDACritical Decision Analysis
CDACitizen Discrimination Act
CDAChristian Duty Alliance
CDACost Distribution Account (US government)
CDACymdeithas Draughts Association (Wales)
CDACrash-Damaged Aircraft
CDACalcul Distribué et Asynchronisme (French: Distributed Computing and Asynchrony)
CDACrater Detection Algorithm (Mars exploration)
CDACorporate Directory Assistance
CDACollectif de Développement Audiovisuel (French: Audiovisual Development Collective)
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no one can look over the Contagious Diseases Act without at once recognising in it the most cruel, unjust, and despotic measure that has ever been proposed to a British Parliament.
The book is organized around reviews of prominent cases involving representatives of these outsider groups who were subject to official persecution or discrimination (such as Charles Stewart Parnell, Lord Rothschild, Charles Bradlaugh, and Oscar Wilde) and legislation aimed at the groups themselves (the Ecclesiastical Titles Act of 1851, the Contagious Diseases Act of the 1860s, and the Criminal Law Amendment Act of 1885).
Mark Bostridge's perceptive and engrossing reappraisal of Nightingale's life and reputation redresses the balance; while offering important insights into her prodigious energies as a nursing pioneer, it also underlines her considerable gifts as a statistician (a lifetime's passion), army health reformer, a campaigner against the Contagious Diseases Act, a land reformer in India and a leading light in the public health movement at home.
It was far more than this and was in part a fight by middle class women against the infamous Contagious Diseases Act and its effect on working class women.
In the chapter on Aurora Floyd, Tromp begins with analogies drawn between a certain vision of the dangerous woman inherent in the Contagious Diseases Act and Braddon's engagement with this figure in her work.
Gates treats such pioneering women as Josephine Butler, who defended women's rights against the oppression unleashed by the Contagious Diseases Act of 1864.
While she abhorred sin, being deeply religious, she regarded the women as being exploited victims of male oppression and led the national campaign, begun in 1869, to repeal the Contagious Diseases Act.
Women like Josephine Butler, a Victorian feminist who fought for women's suffrage and led the long campaign for repeal of the Contagious Diseases Act from 1869 to 1886' Eleanor Rathbone MP, who fought for family allowance benefits for women and in 1942 pushed the government to publicise the terrible events of the Holocaust.
Report of the Royal Commission upon the Administration and Operation of the Contagious Diseases Act (London, 1871), quoted in Thomas, 198.
Stead did not push the government into the Dreadnought programme in 1905, and Josephine Butler's Great Crusade against the Contagious Diseases Act did not last twenty-two years since it began with the famous `Ladies Manifesto' of 1870 and ended with the repeal of the acts in 1886.
Her "great crusade" was the repeal of the Contagious Diseases Act, which had previously given police powers to licence women, medically inspect and detain them.
Or are we returning to the Victorian days of the Contagious Diseases Act when women were rounded up and forcibly examined by the police?
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