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  • initialism law enforcement internal affairs department

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Examples

  • The term IAD refers to a syndrome in which the horse does not show respiratory distress at rest, but on examination of the respiratory system, accumulations of mucus and inflammatory cells are found within the trachea.

    TheHorse.com News

  • As soon as Pounds got off the phone with Rourke he probably called IAD, if Rourke didn't do it himself.

    The Concrete Blonde

  • As soon as Pounds got off the phone with Rourke he probably called IAD, if Rourke didn't do it himself.

    The Black Echo

  • "Nothing would better demonstrate the new administration's intention to pursue a fresh approach to Latin America than making a quick start to dismantle the web of restrictions that the United States has imposed on Cuba," said IAD, which is co-chaired by former U.S.

    CommonDreams.org Headlines

  • "Nothing would better demonstrate the new administration's intention to pursue a fresh approach to Latin America than making a quick start to dismantle the web of restrictions that the United States has imposed on Cuba," said IAD, which is co-chaired by former U.S.

    IPS Inter Press Service

  • The Chancellor of Justice along with the 'IAD' are now going to pursue the matter in an attempt to find out who broke the law.

    The One Click Group

  • Researchers believe that the brain can become addicted to nearly anything, and thus the case for IAD is not surprising.

    Shaahin Cheyene: How the Internet Is Changing Our Brain

  • Our flexible brains can snap back after many other addictions, so it is possible to fix IAD.

    Shaahin Cheyene: How the Internet Is Changing Our Brain

  • Researchers believe that the brain can become addicted to nearly anything, and thus the case for IAD is not surprising.

    Shaahin Cheyene: How the Internet Is Changing Our Brain

  • They want to add it to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, but no official statement has been released as to if IAD will become the world's newest disease.

    Shaahin Cheyene: How the Internet Is Changing Our Brain

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