MDAD

AcronymDefinition
MDADMiami-Dade Aviation Department
MDADMaryland Association of the Deaf
MDADManitoba Doctors against Drugs (Canada)
MDADMAJCOM Data Administrator
MDADMonitoring and Data Analysis Division
MDADMineral Dust Airway Disease
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In the past, joint forces of the Quezon City Police District (QCPD) and the city hall teams of the Treasury Office and MDAD have seized unregistered and defective weighing scales at Commonwealth Markets and Litex wet and dry market.
MIA is owned by Miami-Dade County and is operated and maintained by Miami-Dade County Aviation Department (MDAD).
Newly opened markets can only operate once they install sewage treatment plants approved by the EPWMD, the MDAD and the CBO.
MHI believes that this robust record in APM deliveries and operation, coupled with the outstanding reliability the systems have demonstrated, led to the company's winning of the latest order from MDAD.
They were important figures in Tibetan society, and performed divination (mo, phya), gto rituals, diagnoses (dpyad), ransom rites (glad), funeral rites (skid, rmang, mdad), and other rites, mainly in the context of healing rituals and funeral rites.
Securities and Exchange Commission, has assigned an 'A' rating to Miami-Dade County, Florida's approximately $800 million aviation revenue refunding bonds series 2018ABC, issued on behalf of the Miami-Dade County Aviation Department (MDAD).
The Miami-Dade Aviation Department (MDAD) has gained final approval from the US Department of Commerce to designate Miami International Airport's entire 3,230-acre land parcel as a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) magnet site, the company said.
Earlier, the city's market development and administration department (MDAD) has recommended the closure of the eight privately-owned markets in the Balintawak area for reportedly operating without the necessary regulatory requirements.
Gates Hospitality CEO Naim Mdad agreed and said it was important to be balanced in what's offered.
The Miami-Dade Aviation Department (MDAD) convinced LAN Cargo to build its first U.S.
Under the measure all public and private markets in Quezon City are required to secure a permit from the Environmental Protection and Waste Management Department (EPWMD), Market Development and Administration Department (MDAD) and the city building official (CBO) to set up their respective sewage treatment plants as a prerequisite to the renewal of their business permits.
With this in mind, the Miami-Dade Aviation Department (MDAD), which operates the airport, is accelerating one of the nation's largest construction projects in the shape of a US$5.4 billion programme, to be implemented over the next eight to 10 years.