DARD


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AcronymDefinition
DARDDepartment of Agriculture and Rural Development (UK)
DARDDardic (linguistics)
DARDDroit au Respect et à la Dignité (French: Right to Respect and Dignity; political association)
DARDDynamic Axial Resistance Device (fitness product)
DARDDivision for the Application of Research Discoveries (US DHHS)
DARDDefense Accountability, Reutilization and Disposal Program (US DoD Joint Equipment Assessment Program)
DARDDynamic Axial Rotational Device
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Following the court appearance, DARD inspectors conducted further welfare inspections under warrant.
But a spokesperson for DARD revealed there is a contingency plan in place which would be activated immediately if there was an outbreak of bird flu.
Amazingly, there was also no sign whatsoever of any officials from the DARD or of any security force activity north of the border with the Irish Republic.
Both tracks received €150,000 in emergency funding from Horse Racing Ireland this year to maintain prize-money levels after the dramatic reduction in the Horse Racing Fund (HRF) administered by Dard.
Summary: The lead protagonist of 'Pyar Ka Dard Hai...' on Star Plus, Nakuul Mehta
Aficionados of the Arts and Crafts movement will delight in this beautifully illustrated biography of one of America's most influential graphic artists, William Joseph "Dard" Hunter (1883-1966).
A stand is included (stan dard), but wall mounts are also available.
For unserviceable or obsolete CBRN items, contact the Defense, Accountability, Reutilization, and Disposal (DARD) project.
Klara's doctor, Eduard Bloch, had administered iodoform, which was the stan= dard treatment for breast cancer at the time.
Affected consignments of the premix, which was produced in Northern Ireland, are being voluntarily withdrawn and recall arrangements are being overseen by the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) feed inspectors.