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FHAFederal Housing Administration
FHAFederal Highway Administration
FHAFuture Homemakers of America (now FCCLA)
FHAFarmers Home Administration
FHAFlorida Hospital Association
FHAFraser Health Authority (various locations)
FHAFederation of Housing Associations (Australia)
FHAFomento de Hipotecas Aseguradas (Spanish: Promotion of Insured Mortgages)
FHAFood & Hotel Asia (trade show)
FHAFamily Health Association (various locations)
FHAFirewire and Scsi Host Adapter
FHAFair Housing Act of 1968
FHAFloating Homes Association (Seattle, WA)
FHAFederal Health Architecture
FHAFincière Hugues Aurèle (French construction company)
FHAForkhead-Associated
FHAFoundation for Health in Aging
FHAForced Hot Air (heating)
FHAFondo de Hipotecas Aseguradas (Spanish: Insured Mortgage Fund)
FHAFunctional Hazard Assessment
FHAForeign Humanitarian Assistance
FHAFarm and Home Advisor (San Diego, CA)
FHAFull Height Anamorphic
FHAFire Hazards Analysis
FHAFoundation for Humanity’s Adulthood
FHAFood and Humanitarian Assistance
FHAFault Hazard Analysis
FHABureau for Food and Humanitarian Assistance
FHAFinnish Heart Association
FHAFrontier Highways Authority (Pakistan)
FHAFamily Housing Administration
FHAFlight Hardware Availability
FHAFirst Harmonic Approximation (power management)
FHAFrankenmuth Historical Association (Frankenmuth, Michigan)
FHAFiber-Optic Headend Assembly
FHAFetal Heart Activity (obstetrics)
FHAFine Hardwoods Association (Indianapolis, Indiana)
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(287.) Brief for the Seattle Floating Homes Association and the Floating Homes Association of Sausalito as Amici Curiae in Support of Petitioner at 22, 23, Lozman v.
The fishing village of Sausalito, opposite San Francisco, is home to the Floating Homes Association which evolved from the free-spirited artists, shipbuilders and writers who lived aboard the arks and the various types of boats which were anchored in San Francisco Bay in the 1800s.