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Cha

(astronomy)
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However, CHA and PDT will work closely together to maximize the expertise of both firms in order to enhance our ability to provide world-class engineering and architectural services to CHA's and PDT's clients.
McLaughlin directed a CHA employee to seek contributions from fellow CHA employees, and others associated with the CHA, to benefit the Citizens Committee to Elect Tim Murray.
Simoni believes that a strong network of private practice physicians such as CHA is a way of keeping healthcare costs down.
What the CHA had gone to, some many years ago, was something that didn't really exist in federal law-something called 'ceiling rents,'" said Sharon Gist Gilliam, the CHA board chair.
She is a master instructor with CHA and also an ACI.
In addition to the faint green box on the left, there are two other blocks: a dark Army green with CHA reversed in white, with the A overlapping into the other, dark blue block which contains a screened green News.
McCoy might be just one of thousands of CHA residents who will not return to the mixed-income developments.
The partnership between Seoul-based CHA and Worcester, Massachusetts-based ACTC is an indication of the accelerating globalization of biotechnology, the company said.
We will continue to spread our sub-fertility treatment knowhow, widen our global network, train young researchers and create jobs," said CHA Global Institute Chairman Cha Kwang-yul.
The neighborhood is entitled to services from the Chicago Police Department's public housing unit, which is funded by $12 million from the CHA.
Washington is further miffed that the problems persist even though the CHA pays the police department $12 million a year for extra police services, including regular interaction with residents and foot patrols up and down high-rise buildings.