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CASA or casa may refer to:
- Civil Aviation Safety Authority, the statutory authority responsible for the regulation of civil aviation in Australia.
- EADS CASA, a Spanish aircraft manufacturer (merged with Airbus Military in 2009).
- Construcciones Aeronáuticas SA (CASA), EADS CASA's predecessor.
- CASAColumbia, the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University.
- Computer-Assisted Semen Analysis, a partially automated method used in semen analysis.
- Canadian Agricultural Safety Association
- Centres Against Sexual Assault, an NGO support network in Victoria,
- Cassiopeia A, a supernova remnant which is the brightest known extrasolar radio source.
- Chaperone-assisted selective autophagy, a cellular process for the selective ubiquitin-dependent degradation of chaperone-bound proteins in lysosomes.
- Chicago Air Shower Array
- Computational auditory scene analysis
- Engineering Research Center for Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere
- Common Astronomy Software Applications, an astronomical image-processing package built on AIPS++.
- B.U.G. Mafia prezintă CASA, a compilation album released by Romanian hip hop group B.U.G. Mafia in 2002.
- Casa, an album by Mexican band Natalia Lafourcade.
- Contemporary A Cappella Society, a charitable organization dedicated to fostering and promoting a cappella music.
- Canadian Alliance of Student Associations
- Capital Area School for the Arts
- CASA ratio
- Casa, a Canadian television channel.
- Casa 74, a condominium building in Upper East Side, Manhattan, New York City.
- Casa Condominio Residenza in Toronto, Canada.
- Casa particular, a type of bed and breakfast in Cuba.
- Center for Adaptive Systems Applications
- Court Appointed Special Advocates
- Common Authentication Service Adapter
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