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RADA

/ˈrɑːdɑː/
noun acronym (in Britain)
1.
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
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  • In this document the bourgeois character of the rada Government was indignantly denied and socialistic principles were proclaimed.

  • This coffin was so small that rada's feet had to be cut off.

  • rada grabbed one of his own men and shoved him toward the Viceroy's sword, impaling the hapless man upon that deadly blade.

    Despoilers of the Golden Empire Gordon Randall Garrett
  • (He turns to rada) Look here, my girl, where is the use of snivelling?

    Rada Alfred Noyes
  • At night I went down to the shore, and paced the sea-wall they have lately built along the rada.

    New Italian sketches John Addington Symonds
  • In October the Kouban rada assumes constituent powers and publishes the constitution of the “Kouban territory.”

    The Russian Turmoil Anton Ivanovich Denikin

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