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DHADogan Haber Ajansi (Turkish news agency)
DHADocosahexaenoic Acid
DHADepartment of Home Affairs
DHADubai Health Authority (previously known as DOHMS)
DHADefence Housing Authority
DHADefense Health Agency (US DoD)
DHADepartment of Health and Ageing (Australia)
DHADihydroxyacetone
DHADepartment of Humanitarian Affairs (United Nations)
DHADiamond Herpanacine Associates (health products)
DHADoctor of Health Administration
DHADental Health Associates (various locations)
DHADialogues d'Histoire Ancienne (French: Dialogues of Ancient History)
DHADirectory Harvest Attack
DHADallas Housing Authority
DHADihydroartemisinin (antimalarial drug)
DHADivision of Hearings and Appeals (Wisconsin)
DHADehydroascorbate
DHADavid Higham Associates (UK)
DHACommonwealth Department of Health and Ageing (Australia)
DHADépartement d'Histoire et d'Archéologie (French: Department of History and Archaeology)
DHADianna Hutts Aston (author)
DHADisaster Housing Assistance (FEMA)
DHADetroit Hockey Association (Detroit, MI)
DHADirect Hardware Access
DHADetainee Holding Area
DHADescend, Heartless Angel (Kingdom Hearts game)
DHADoctor of Healthcare Administration
DHADirect Historic Approach (archaeology)
DHADanube Hydro Austria
DHADe-Hydroabietic Acid
DHADirect Humanitarian Aid
DHADesign Hazard Analysis
DHADependent Housing Area
DHADeparture Holding Area
DHADhahran, Saudi Arabia - Dhahran International (Airport Code)
DHADistri Haut Anjou (French firewood business)
DHADisposable Hearing Aid
DHADigital Headed Assembly
DHADepartment of Hearings and Appeals
DHADirections for Handling and Administration (clinical trials)
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Russ, of the city of Dallas Housing Authority, does not agree.
For the same amount of money the Dallas Housing Authority spent on building homes for 75 families, it could have provided 200 families with $5,000 a year in housing vouchers for six years.
City leaders and the Dallas Housing Authority called Sepulveda a threat to the renovation plan and to minority employment.
Commission Member Alphonso Jackson, of the Dallas Housing Authority, said there is only one definition, "a mother, father, and children." Grantland Johnson, a Sacramento County Supervisor, said that the Commission "shouldn't focus on form, but on functions and outcomes."
The other members, as provided by the White House are: Commission Chair John David Ashcroft, governor of Missouri; David Blankenhorn, president of the Institute for American Values in New York; Alphonso Jackson, executive director of the Dallas Housing Authority; Irene Johnson, president of the LeClaire Courts Resident Management Corporation in Chicago; Josephine Velazquez, a children's advocate in Miami, Fla.; and Bill Wilson, pastor of the Metro Assembly of God in Brooklyn, N.Y.
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