UDA

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UDA

Abbreviation for:
undecanoic acid
unit of dental activity 
urinary dopamine
ursodeoxycholic acid
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The High Court in Edinbrugh heard details of the raid on the house in Buckhaven - and of another in Kenoway, both Fife - as the trial of two men accused of having links to the Ulster Defence Association started.
The raids came a fortnight after ousted Ulster Defence Association commander Jim Gray was arrested by police involved in the money laundering inquiry
Loyalists urged the Government yesterday to work with them to take the Ulster Defence Association down a purely political path.
Allies of Adair, back in prison because of a vicious feud within the Ulster Defence Association, had to flee the North following the murders of two high-ranking Loyalist rivals.
The Londonderry attack came after the Loyalist Red Hand Defenders - a cover name used by the Ulster Defence Association - said they would continue targeting nationalist homes as long as republicans attacked loyalists.
Police said the men would appear before magistrates tomorrow, accused of murdering Ulster Defence Association man Robert Dougan last Tuesday.
Mr Heatley, described as having a republican background, saids he was set up by Brian Nelson, a former Ulster Defence Association intelligence officer allegedly recruited by military intelligence at the height of the conflict in Northern Ireland.
Ulster Defence Association leaders in west Belfast accused Adair and his supporters of running a smear campaign against their new regime.
Ulster Defence Association leaders in the west of the city rounded up their arsenal of pipe bombs and left them at a drop-off point in the hardline Shankill area.
Painter David Annesley, from Belfast, was charged with membership of the outlawed Ulster Defence Association and refusing to give police information about an arrestable offence - the possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life.
He said it appeared the majority of the pipe bomb incidents involved people who had been members of the largest Loyalist paramilitary group, the Ulster Defence Association.
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