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Anda



anda
abbreviated new drug application
Contemporary Examples

The anda offered a lucrative reward for the company that risked almost certain litigation by first challenging a patent.
Those Generic Drugs May Not Have Been What You Thought They Were Megan McArdle May 16, 2013

Historical Examples

Villacorta was certainly the senior magistrate, and thus he had a better right legally to the office than anda.
The Audiencia in the Spanish Colonies Charles Henry Cunningham

The latter gave him a sign, uttering the simple word “anda!”
The White Chief Mayne Reid

Truly the light is sweet, anda pleasant thing it is for theEyes to behold the sun.
The Sunny Side of Ireland John O’Mahony and R. Lloyd Praeger

To this anda replied that he had not been a party to the treaty.
The Audiencia in the Spanish Colonies Charles Henry Cunningham

anda organized a provisional government in his capacity as lieutenant-governor.
The Audiencia in the Spanish Colonies Charles Henry Cunningham

Couto (Dec. v, vi, 4) speaking of the mingling of classes, says: ‘no nosso Portugal anda isto mui corrupto.’
Four Plays of Gil Vicente Gil Vicente

He fled to anda,—the co-conspirator who had refused to save his life,—and their superficial friendship was renewed.
The Philippine Islands John Foreman

anda was charged with responsibility for the danger with which the city was threatened.
The Audiencia in the Spanish Colonies Charles Henry Cunningham

Hence anda forced his way to the front because he was fitted to command and Rojo was not.
The Audiencia in the Spanish Colonies Charles Henry Cunningham

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