HRCA

AcronymDefinition
HRCAHonda Riders Club of America
HRCAHamilton Region Conservation Authority (Canada)
HRCAHuman Rights Council of Australia Inc.
HRCAHuman Rights Centre of Azerbaijan
HRCAHospital Report Card Act (Illinois)
HRCAHuman Rights Commission Act (various locations)
HRCAHigh Resolution Coverage Area
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The HRCA Media Coordinator informed hereA on SaturdayA that the meeting of HRCA which held under the chair of President Mir Suleman Talpur has reviewed at length the substandard and performance of Hyderabad Region Cricket Team in the last cricketing season in Pakistan.
and HRCA demand an independent inquiry into what appears to have been an orchestrated attack on Azerbaijani opposition presidential
Statistically significantly low prevalence of HRCA was encountered in the obese group (57.7 Percent) as compared to normal/overweight group (75.8 Percent) (p Less than 0.05).
The HRCA board is against the proposed recycling center and municipal landfill, called the Sedalia Sustainability Center, because officials are concerned that the area will become tainted by a landfill that will likely have broad and long-lasting negative environmental consequences, according to a letter sent from Landgrave to the Douglas County Board of Commissioners, who will have final say over the rezoning.
Utilizing an HRCA may allow for decreased dose without compromising efficacy.
The Ninth Circuit found that "[t]he Eldorado FEIS never assessed the potential role of the remaining suitable habitat within the former HRCA for a maintained Tahoe PAC075 despite the acknowledged presence of owls in the area," an omission amounting to "an insufficient consideration of cumulative impact under NEPA." (325) The Ninth Circuit concluded that EII would probably succeed on the merits of its claim that USFS violated the forest plan by failing to actually survey the PACs.
(15.) The Human Rights Council of Australia (HRCA) has outlined redistributive principles of development and assistance based upon the fundamental acknowledgement of the human rights of aid recipients.
We implement the model empirically by using a simultaneous, multiequation, endogenous switching model applied to a sample of 424 parent-daughter pairs from the 1986-87 matched Hebrew Rehabilitation Center for the Aged (HRCA) Survey of Elderly and National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)-HRCA Child Survey.
Katherine Murphy, Hebrew Rehabilitation Center for Aged (HRCA), Research and Training Institute, Boston, MA, USA
One area where Sweden has been in the European forefront of HRM has been the field of human resource costing and accounting (HRCA).
For assessing resource utilization patterns, a comparison sample was created by selecting individuals from a longitudinal stratified random sample, representative of all community-residing elders in Massachusetts,(2) that was constructed by the Research and Training institute, Gerontological Research Division of the Hebrew Rehabilitation Center For Aged (HRCA).(3) This sample, referred to as the traditional community residence sample, included data for 1982, 1984, 1986, and 1987.