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AcronymDefinition
LADALarga Distancia (Spanish: Long distance telephone services)
LADALive Art Development Agency (UK)
LADALangkawi Development Authority (Malaysia)
LADALook, Assess, Decide, Act (methodology)
LADALaw and Development Association (Zambia)
LADALaser-Assisted Device Alteration
LADALight Air Defense Artillery
LADALegal Aid and Defender Association, Inc (Detroit, MI)
LADALagrangian Data Assimilation
LADALatent Auto-Immune Diabetes of the Adult
LADALogical Application & Data Architecture
LADALatent Autoimmune Disease of the Adult
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Lada said in a statement: "We're currently revamping the hotel using a phased approach.
Suleiman dismissed the possibility of exporting Lada from Egypt as the neighbouring countries do not use Lada cars anymore.
Lada brings to Commvault more than two decades of experience in developing and implementing successful OEM and channel strategies for technology industry leaders.
Importing modern Lada cars would be a good start and the tariffs need to be low especially on electric vehicle imports!
On the other hand, CNFA/LADA will support procurement of rice processing mills for local entrepreneurs to establish or expand private sector agro-enterprises, promote full-time operation of mills procured with LADA support.
Saga's Board members now number seven — as Lada gains a seat at the table.
In the senior-most role within the company, Lada will be responsible for business development, strategic planning, project management as well as team member training and advancement.
As the second volume in Kiersten White's And I Darken series (a retelling of the Vlad the Impaler legend) begins, the ferocious Lada has fled the Ottoman Court with a band of warriors, determined to fulfill her destiny and secure the throne of Wallachia.
Ruthless and powerful older sister Lada initially fails in her quest to secure the Wallachian throne that should have rightfully been hers, sending her across Europe in a murderous rage with a small band of men and her lifelong friend, Bogdan, to seek out her birthright.
Its setting is 15th-century Wallachia and it is based on the life of Vlad II, voivode of Wallachia and member of the knightly Order of the Dragon, his children Vlad III, the Impaler (supposedly Stoker's inspiration for Dracula), reimagined as the vicious Lada, and her brother Radu, a vulnerable, beautiful dreamer.
But it is AvtoVAZ, the Tolyatti-based Russian producer of Lada cars, that has borne the brunt of the sector's unrelenting woes.