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SDSASet Decorators Society of America
SDSAShared Dynamic Storage Area
SDSASafe Drive Stay Alive (Uk road safety campaign)
SDSASan Diego Science Alliance
SDSASynthesis Dependent Strand Annealing
SDSASamsung Data Systems America
SDSASan Diego Surfing Academy
SDSASchool Development Support Agency (UK)
SDSAScottish Down's Syndrome Association
SDSASan Diego Shoulder Arthroscopy
SDSASelect Data Service Administrators
SDSASan Diego Sailing Academy
SDSASouth Dakota Soybean Association
SDSASaskatoon & District Soccer Association
SDSASecondary Surge Arrester
SDSAStroke Drivers Screening Assessment
SDSASelf-Descriptive Situational Awareness (US DoD)
SDSASan Diego Screenwriters Association
SDSASoftware Development and Support Activity
SDSASubsecretaría de Desarrollo y Simplificación Administrativa
SDSASouth Davis Soccer Association
SDSAStructure-Dependent Sequence Alignment
SDSASubminiature Digital Speech Aid
SDSAScotia District Soccer Association
SDSAStructure and Dynamics of Solar Atmosphere
SDSAStanford Deputy Sheriffs' Association (Stanford University)
SDSASan Diego Soccer Alliance
SDSASouth Dakota Sheriffs' Association
SDSASouthern District Support Association (Australia)
SDSAStandard Detailed Site Assessment (Canada)
SDSASyntax-Driven Semantic Analysis
SDSASoham & District Sports Association (UK)
SDSASouth Dakota Snowmobiling Association
SDSASemantic Differential Self-concept Assessment
SDSAShalini and Dave Sinha Austin Promotions (UK motorhome rental business)
SDSASenior Director, Scientific Affairs
SDSASodium N-Dodecanoylsarcosinate
SDSASingle Dose Spinal Anaesthesia
SDSASharp Document Solutions Company of America
SDSAState Drug Supervisory Administration
SDSAStudents Debating Association of South Australia
SDSASodium Dodecane Sulfonic Acid
SDSASeaman Apprentice, Steward Striker (Naval Rating)
SDSASpin-Dependent Scattering Asymmetry
SDSAStandard Distributor Sales Agreement
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