RRA

(redirected from Reproductive Rights Alliance)
AcronymDefinition
RRARestructuring and Reform Act of 1998 (US IRS)
RRARapid Rural Appraisal
RRARemote Record Access
RRAReservation Random Access
RRARotate Right Accumulator
RRARailroad Retirement Act
RRARace Relations Act
RRAInternal Revenue Service Restructuring, and Reform Act of 1998
RRARahanwein Resistance Army
RRARed River Authority (Texas)
RRARound Robin Archive (computers, databases)
RRARelative Risk Aversion
RRARhetoric of Religious Antiquity (various organizations)
RRARadioreceptor Assay (detecting steroid hormones in blood serum)
RRAReconstructionist Rabbinical Association
RRARegistered Research Agency (Australian government)
RRARussell Reynolds Associates
RRARegistered Records Administrator
RRAReclamation Reform Act of 1982
RRARegistered Radiologist Assistant
RRARed Ribbon Army (gaming)
RRAResident Research Associateship
RRAReproductive Rights Alliance
RRARothstein, Rosenfeldt, Adler (law firm; Fort Lauderdale, FL)
RRAReform and Restructuring Act
RRARegional Reporters Association
RRARadio Resource Allocation
RRARoad Roller Association (UK)
RRARock River Arms, Inc.
RRARadiation Research Associates, Inc (Fort Worth, TX)
RRARolls Royce Allison
RRARolls-Royce and Associates Ltd
RRAResidual Risk Assessment
RRARefugee Relief Act of 1953
RRARadio Relay Aircraft
RRAResearch and Related Activities Account (US NSF)
RRARefitted and Retired Aircraft
RRARed Revolutionary Army
RRARocket Rail Association (Quake 2 Clan)
RRARobert Rytter & Associates, Inc.
RRARequirements Request Action
RRAResearch Review Act
RRARiddlesdown Residents' Association (UK)
RRARisk and Reliability Analysis
RRARockingham Regional Ambulance, Inc
RRAResource Requirements Analysis
RRARobin's Revenge Army
References in periodicals archive ?
SARRA is the result of a SADC Advocacy Workshop on Sexual and Reproductive Choice organised by South Africa's Reproductive Rights Alliance, a national alliance of women's rights and health organisations.
A regional study done by Reproductive Rights Alliance in 2002 found that nearly all SADC member states provided limited access to services.
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