HAD


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AcronymDefinition
HADHIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) Associated Dementia
HADHospitalisation à Domicile (French: Home Hospitalization)
HADHome Affairs Department (Hong Kong)
HADHole Accumulation Diode (Sony)
HADHole Accumulated Diode (Sony)
HADHuman Adenovirus (pathogen)
HADHumanitarian Aid & Development (various locations)
HADHearing Aid Dispenser
HADHole Accumulation Diode
HAD3-Hydroxyacyl-CoA Dehydrogenase (deficiency)
HADHarrow Association of Disabled (UK)
HADHealth Assessment Document
HADHemadsorption (laboratory virus testing)
HADHuman Adjuvant Disease
HADAtlantic Haddock
HADHospital Anxiety Depression
HADHomeland Air Defense
HADHardware Data Acquisition
HADHubble Data Archive
HADHeadbangers Against Disco
HADHalmstad, Sweden - Halmstad (Airport Code)
HADHeinemann Australian Dictionary
HADHigh Availability Device
HADHeat Activated Device
HADHigh Aluminum Defect
HADHarness Assembly Drawing (electrical wire assembly drawing for manufacturing of cable harness assemblies)
HADHeat Acquisition Devices
HADHorizontal Acoustic Depiction
HADHeated Air Ducting
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