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Definition(s):

  1. (n) a dry form of lava resembling clinkers
  2. (n) an international organization that provides a support group for persons trying to overcome alcoholism
  3. (n) an associate degree in arts

News

  1. Fitch Rates Pennsylvania State System of Higher Ed, Series AO Revs 'AA'; Outlook Stable

    Fitch Ratings assigns an 'AA' rating to the following revenue bonds issued by the Pennsylvania Higher Educational Facilities Authority on behalf of the Pennsylvania State System of
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance

  2. Fitch Rates City of Hope, CA's Series 2013 Taxable Bonds 'AA-'; Outlook Stable

    Fitch Ratings assigns an 'AA-' rating to the approximately $250 million City of Hope direct obligation notes, series 2013 . In addition, Fitch affirms the ra
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance

  3. Stars ‘AA’ outslug Boise, 9-7

    Ontario — The Treasure Valley ‘AA’ Stars returned home for just their second home contest of the season Tuesday night, there to greet them was the Boise Capitals, and in a game that was a virtual trac
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Argus Observer

Quotes

  1. "While out riding to an AA meeting, a time when my privacy is especially important to me, I felt myself being pursued," Urban said in a statement issued through publicists.
    on Oct 1, 2007 By: Keith Urban Source: Forbes

  2. "This is like saying when somebody murders somebody with aa baseball bat and you say, 'We had a law against murder but we never mentioned baseball bats,"' said Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy, a Democrat. "Murder is murder. Torture...
    on Nov 8, 2007 By: Patrick Leahy Source: FOXNews

  3. "At the summit today and tomorrow, the German government will push its view that any emergency support should come from aa combination of the IMF and joint bilateral help from the euro zone. But again I say, this can only be a last resort,"...
    on Mar 25, 2010 By: Angela Merkel Source: Reuters

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