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RDA

abbr.
1. recommended daily allowance
2. recommended dietary allowance
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RDA

abbreviation for
1. (Units) Recommended Daily or Dietary Amount or Allowance
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in England) Regional Development Agency
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RDA

or R.D.A.,

1. recommended daily allowance.
2. recommended dietary allowance.
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Translations

RDA

[ˌɑːrdiːˈeɪ] n (=recommended daily amount) → AJR m(= apport journalier recommandé)
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

RDA

abbr recommended daily allowance V. allowance.
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RDAs were not the only way around the state constitution.
RDAs gave city politicians access to property tax revenues that would have gone to other local government agencies, including education districts.
Labour MP Mr Wilson said: "These assets could have been developed with a sustainable approach that would have been developed by the RDAs.
The Journal can also reveal the head of Yorkshire's development agency has warned of "major risks" linked to the closure of RDAs. Yorkshire Forward chief executive Thea Stein highlighted a "lack of clarity" over staff and disposal of assets - with a deadline of January 31 for RDAs to hand over their proposals.
The TCPA considered the consultation proposal that RDAs might have the same statutory consultee status as that enjoyed by the Greater London Authority inappropriate: RDAs are neither a form of government nor are they elected.
Development proposals in conformity with adopted development plan policies would, ordinarily, require no special RDA planning commentary.
It said there was a widespread view amongst business that RDAs had insufficient powers and resources to meet the needs of the private sector, with one major business quoted as saying: 'If we are considering options for a large investment that will create or safeguard jobs we go straight to DTI or Number 10'.
The foods we eat in a well-balanced diet in accordance to the Food Pyramid and the RDA will provide more than enough of the six essential nutrients: carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and water.
In the new report, Krinsky's team recommends for smokers a 35-mg daily increase above the new RDAs. The team also sets the ceiling on safe vitamin C intake at 2,000 mg/day.
For example, food fortification, school lunch, and food assistanc e programs all rely on the RDAs. A single number for each nutrient isn't sufficient to serve all these functions, King says.
Several RDAs decreased -- including those for iron in adolescent and premenopausal women, folate, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12.
Earlier, RDA had launched operation to control illegal housing schemes and cases were sent to the sub-registrar and the assistant commissioner for legal action, he said, adding that on the directive of the RDA director general, the cases were sent to the authorities concerned to start formal legal action against illegal schemes.