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OADOxford American Dictionary
OADOpinionated about Dining
OADOpen Access Directory
OADOptical Add Drop
OADOpen Architecture Driver
OADOracle Application Dealer
OADOracle Application Developer
OADOracle as Discoverer
OADover the Air Downloading
OADOnce-A-Day (milking)
OADOld as Dirt (band)
OADOffice for Addictive Disorders (Louisiana)
OADOrdo Augustiniensium Discalceatorum (Latin: Order of Discalced Augustinians)
OADOver Air Download (firmware update method)
OADOral Anti-Diabetic
OADObstructive Airway Disease
OADOriginal Air Date
OADOverall Diameter (ophthalmic)
OADOntario Association of the Deaf (Canada)
OADOriginal Animation DVD
OADObject Activation Daemon
OADObscure Auditory Dysfunction
OADOhio Association of the Deaf
OADOklahoma Association of the Deaf
OADOption Adjusted Duration
OADOrdered to Active Duty
OADOverseas Arrivals and Departures
OADOfficers' Accounts Division (US Navy)
OADOveractive Adrenaline Disorder (Ford Motors marketing campaign)
OADOver-Action Dolphin (dance move)
OADOregon Association of the Deaf, Inc.
OADOperational Availability Date
OADOne and Done
OADOrlando Anime Day (Florida)
OADOccupation Analysis Document
OADOperational Aviation Detachment
OADOccipitoatlantal Dislocation (medical)
OADOrdered Algebraic Decoding
OADOss Alarm Dispatcher (Alcatel-Lucent; Paris, France)
OADOrdinary Arbitration Division (ICAS)
OADOff-Axis Directivity
OADOther Adverse Disposition (criminal cases)
OADOperationally Available Data
OADSpecial Audits Division (DCAA)
OADOffice of Atomic Development
OADOpen Abdominal Drainage
OADOperational Availability Demonstration
OADOrganisation d'Aide au Developpement (French: Organization to Aid Development)
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According to the overseas arrivals and departures movement data, the annual resident loss has been around 50,000 to 60,000 each year for the past decade.
The resulting Overseas Arrivals and Departures (OAD) data set is then sent to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), which uses it to calculate the contribution of net overseas migration (NOM) to Australia's population.
Tourist arrivals to Australia from China increased by 12 per cent in July 2012 according to the latest Overseas Arrivals and Departures figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics today.