DDDA

AcronymDefinition
DDDADublin Docklands Development Authority
DDDADouble Diplôme de Droit et d'Anglais (French: Double Diploma in Law and English)
DDDADodecanedioic Acid
DDDADublin Docklands Developers Autocracy (Ireland)
DDDADemolition Derby Drivers Association
DDDADirect Data Domain Adaptive (beamformer)
DDDADistributed Deadlock Detection Algorithm
DDDADeliberate Dumbing Down of America (book by Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt)
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[ClickPress, Tue Apr 02 2019] A publication on the "Global Dodecanedioic Acid (DDDA) Market Size 2017 By Application (Resins, Adhesives, Powder Coatings, Lubricants, and Others), By Region And Forecast 2018 To 2025" was revealed by Adroit Market Research today.
Synthetic biology company Verdezyne reported on Wednesday the launch of an agreement for sales and distribution of its BIOLON DDDA (biobased dodecanedioic acid).
LLC (CBC), the largest marketer and distributor of specialty chemicals in the Asia-Pacific region, announced an agreement for sales and distribution of Verdezyne's BIOLON(TM) DDDA (biobased dodecanedioic acid or "DC12").
"The DDDA is the owner of the development and we have strong legal advice to this effect.
The DDDA intends to anchor the Grand Canal Docks development with a cultural center, and while previous news reports had indicated that it was investigating the building of an opera house or concert hall, it now appears that the Abbey is its first-choice option for the development.
Georgia's Downtown Decatur Development Authority (DDDA) has created a novel idea for creating community comrades -- an annual beach party!
For example, if used in the Identifier, checking from DDA to DDDA would require examination of 650 lines, more than twelve pages.
[ClickPress, Fri Sep 28 2018] Dodecanedioic acid (DDDA) is a dicarboxylic acid.
In a statement, the 600 owners said: "We have received an offer of [euro]750,000 from the DDDA towards fixing the outstanding fire safety issues at Longboat Quay.