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D.A.

n. slang for District Attorney. (See: District Attorney)

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It is expected that 15 Wells Nelson staff members will join D.A. Davidson, working from their existing three offices in Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Dallas.
"We very much look forward to joining with D.A. Davidson in a move that will ensure we continue adding new resources for our team," said Randy Nelson, president of Wells Nelson.
Crowell, Weedon and Co., which merged with D.A. Davidson in 2013 and manages roughly USD 8bn in client assets, will assume the D.A.
Both businesses will fall under D.A. Davidson's Individual Investor Group.
"We are excited to have the great team of professionals at Crowell Weedon as our new partners," said Bill Johnstone (left), chairman and CEO of Davidson Companies, the parent company to D.A. Davidson, in a press release.
After that, Crowell Weedon and its 145 advisors will become part of D.A. Davidson's Individual Investor Group.
In appreciation for their efforts, D.A. students were awarded a "Makeover" Day at the school's cosmetology program.
A Mary Kay Cosmetics consultant who is also a student in the program provided a day of beauty for D.A. students to kick off DARW.
Since D.A. is a performing arts magnet school, I figure I'll fit right in.
If the kids are the best part of D.A., however, the worst is the bureaucracy.
We assert that the D.A. should be explored as a new policy in higher education in the movement to transform the teaching profession.
She never appears in court to try cases; she runs around finding solutions to her clients' personal problems and then sits down over coffee and croissants with her old friend the D.A. (whose heart and soul, in the 1996 version, are almost as pure as her own) to find a happy ending for all concerned.