HADCHousing Authority of Dekalb County (Decatur, GA)
HADCHaymarket Affair Digital Collection (Chicago Historical Society)
HADCHolloman Air Development Center
HADCHeart of America Dance Centre (Lees Summit, MO)
HADCHonorary Aide-de-Camp (French: Honorary Camp Assistant; Canada)
HADCHough Area Development Corporation (est. 1968; Cleveland, OH)
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The month-long operation provides essential preventive and corrective maintenance to the High Arctic Data Communications System (HADCS).
Fie called the HADCS the "information highway of northern Ellesmere Island." The system is used in support of all Canadian Armed Forces northern operations, like Operations NANOOK and OIMMIO, as well as for communications with the bi-national defence organization North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD), and thus contributes to continental defence.
It can be inferred that the higher content of dry matter (88.20% DM for HADC and 88.25% DM for DC) and the highest passage rates, caused by high ruminal degradability of spineless cactus (Batista et al., 2009) were possibly responsible for considerable increases in CMS.
The diet HADC had higher (p < 0.05) CPI (g [day.sup.-1]) than the FC diet.
Research into the added risk associated with the presence of an AUD on HIV infection rates and on disease progression to AIDS and HADC is only in its infancy.
The most serious consequence of this deterioration is HADC, which is found in approximately 15 percent of HIV-infected people, mostly in those patients whose immune systems have already been severely damaged by HIV (i.e., patients who are severely immunosuppressed (4)).
He added that they will also receive benefits such as shelter, clothing, and food; participate in self-help group meetings; and undergo training which can enable them to move up in the HADC organization.
"Frankel seems to be stronger and morepowerfulthisyear,"saidCecil."He had a setback last month which, if it hadc ometwoweekslater,wouldhave meanthimmissingthe Lockingebuthe isfinenowand readyforarace.
Histone deacetylases (HDACs) are a protein family consisted of 18 proteins which could be categorized into 4 groups according to their structural and functional resemblance: class I (HADCs 1, 2, 3, and 8), class IIa (HDACs 4, 5, 7, and 9), class IIb (HDACs 6 and 10), class III (sirtuins 1-7), and class IV (HDAC 11) [59].
There are no landlines to Eureka, and the military and EWS communications are handled by the High Arctic Data Communications System (HADCS; jproc.ca/rrp/alert.html).