Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Related to TAHA: Taha Hussein
TAHATexas Amateur Hockey Association
TAHAThe Asian Health Agency (est. 1994; UK)
TAHATexas Association of Haunted Attractions
TAHATerry A. Hayes Associates LLC (Culver City, CA)
TAHATurkish American Heritage Association (est. 2005)
TAHATrans-African Highway Authority (UN Economic Commission for Africa)
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Taha's new facility in Oman comes following a similar installation for Rio Tinto's Pacific Aluminium smelter at Tiwai Point in New Zealand, which opened last year.
In 1968, Taha moves to Erbil and starts teaching there.
Taha also announced that the first of its two New Zealand plants, Taha Asia-Pacific, built in Tiwai on South Island, will be inaugurated on October 5.
"This matter is currently under discussion in our board of directors," Taha said, adding that there is a lot of demand for export credit insurance coming from Saudi Arabia.
AIG, the insurer for Taha's American employer in Iraq, Titan Corp., paid Taha's medical care expenses and his disability check.
It was the start of a career that has seen Taha take his particular brand of explosive lyrics, delivered with a rough, raw but never less than faultless singing style, around the world.
(8) The special provisions in the Constitution safeguarding the special position of the "natives" in Sarawak applied to Taha who was a Malay, but his qualifications alone assured him of a future in government service if he so wished.
MK Zevulun Orlev (National Religious Party), who last week submitted a bill to negate Knesset membership to MKs that support terrorists, said that Taha's "traitorous" remarks are further proof that Israeli democracy must protect itself.
(5.) Lancellotti M, Guiyoule A, Ruckly C, Hong E, Alonso JM, Taha MK.
Jamal Taha, the interim director of the neurotrauma team.
In fact, Halima Taha, one of the leading experts on art created by African Americans, notes in an essay that Allan L.
Israel releases a co-founder of Hamas, 68-year-old Mohammad Taha but kills another leader of the militant group in the West Bank.