UDA


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UDA

Abbreviation for:
undecanoic acid
unit of dental activity 
urinary dopamine
ursodeoxycholic acid
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ON THE RUN: Maverick UDA boss Alan McClean' PAL: Andre Shoukri
First, the Schuggs alleged that UDA breached its contractual obligation to market its members' milk when it effectively forced members to dump their milk, rather than deliver it to UDA's primary customers.
He declined to say how the UDA leadership had communicated with him.
Numerous authors have stressed the importance of user-friendly software tools in implementing UDA [22, 24, 27, 35].
In this case there is a leadership issue going on within the UDA in North Antrim and a number of individuals are trying to demonstrate their so-called strength to seize the leadership.
The decision is the biggest move on members by the UDA since it ousted Johnny Adair from the Shankill.
That meeting gave the Ulster Secretary confidence to give the UDA another opportunity, three years after his predecessor John Reid declared their ceasefire obsolete.
Following a two-hour meeting at Stormont with Sir Ronnie, Dr Reid said while he did not believe the UDA as a group 'abandoned its ceasefire' he had nevertheless ordered an assessment of the largest loyalist paramilitary group's truce.
Adikari said this was another venture by the UDA aimed to uplift Colombo to be a world-class city which is a key priority of the Government.
McCord, whose son Raymond Jnr's UVF murder led to an explosive Police Ombudsman report into security forces collusion with loyalist killers, asked for a meeting with McAleese "to point out that the UDA is still heavily involved in intimidation, threats, drugs, extortion etc".
A LEADING nationalist politician claims a top UDA man has beaten the legal rap - despite threatening to kill him in broad daylight.
TONY Blair could find himself in the High Court dock over a multi-million proposal to end UDA terrorism and criminality.