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cha

(tʃɑː)
n
slang tea
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CHA will actively support PDT's structure, processes and vision during this transition while allowing PDT to continue to manage daily operations.
McLaughlin, who served as executive director of the CHA from 2000 until the fall of 2011.
CHA members are concerned about what they see as a growing reduction in patient medical care options.
But Inolex researchers realized that there was still a need for CHA blends using economical glycols for use in mass-market cosmetics and toiletries.
But, for several years, the CHA has had rent ceilings in place that were far lower than market rate prices.
Each summer, Coppercreek hires five to seven instructors who are certified at least to CHA Level 1.
Wallace says, "Over the years, CHA News has been refined into a streamlined, information-packed newsletter with established value among CHA members.
What McCoy would get in return for her patience is first crack at a new unit that might include oak flooring, gas fireplaces, designer lighting or closets with vinyl-clad shelves--amenities found in some other CHA mixed-income developments.
CMG announced last week that CHA Healthcare, its joint venture with Singapore Medical Group, has acquired 65 percent of CFC Global, which runs seven fertility clinics in Australia.
SATURDAY: Coventry CHA Rambling: Hatton Park - Kenilworth, Bus 17, 9.
Roundtree, district property manager for the firm, to Duwain Bailey, a CHA official, read, "We have received phone calls flora potential residents for West-haven Park and they want to know what we're going to do about the blatant drug sales that is all to [sic] obvious in the community.