KADO


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AcronymDefinition
KADOKarakoram Area Development Organization (est. 1996; Pakistan)
KADOKorean Agency for Digital Opportunity and Promotion (South Korea)
KADOKeys Association of Dive Operators (Florida, USA)
KADOKhmer Angkor Development Organization (est. 1999; Cambodia)
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The Secretary of Hunza Gems Association Babar Ali appreciated the efforts of KADO and USAID in initiating the project for socially and economically disadvantaged people in Hunza.
Although lakes and rivers provide avenues for pleasure and for recreational aspects of urban culture, a respondent living in Kado district mentioned that some trucks that evacuate sewage from septic tanks do empty it into Jabi Lake or nearby streams.
Additionally, we studied cyprids of Capitulum mitella from Japan, which were raised and prepared following Kado and Kim (1996).
The current schemes consist mainly of insect control, since it has been supposed that insects play a role in the transmission of the pathogen (KADO, 2003).
"If it's truly a new signal, it's incredibly interesting," Marumi Kado, a researcher working with a LHC particle detector, the ATLAS collaboration, told Nature.
[11.] Kado S, Isobe T, Ishoka S, Yamakido M, Shibata Y, Kuraoka T.
Wendy Kado, regional manager at Silver Spring Foods Inc., Eau Claire, Wis., is also taking more calls from customers wanting Asian, Hispanic and Latin flavor profiles.