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AcronymDefinition
AREAAcademic Research Enhancement Award (NIH grant)
AREAAmerican Railway Engineering Association
AREAAlberta Real Estate Association (Canada)
AREAAutoroutes Rhône-Alpes (French: Rhône-Alpes Highways; est. 1971)
AREAAgricultural Research and Extension Authority (Yemen)
AREAAir Conditioning and Refrigeration European Association (Brussels, Belgium)
AREAAquatic Resources Education Association
AREAAdvancing Reasoning on the Web: Scalability and Commonsense (workshop)
AREAAssociation for Research and Environmental Aid
AREAAAFES Retired Employees Association
AREAAtrica Resilient Ethernet Access
AREAAmerican Rehabilitation and Economics Association
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Fortunately for the pursued, the light of the moon, while it shed a flood of mild luster upon the little area around the ruin, was not sufficiently strong to penetrate the deep arches of the forest, where the objects still lay in deceptive shadow.
and they dragged him to the area and dropped him in.
He hailed me to follow him, and, after marching through a wash-house, and a paved area containing a coal-shed, pump, and pigeon-cot, we at length arrived in the huge, warm, cheerful apartment where I was formerly received.
Crupp on the premises, and we rung the area bell, which we supposed to communicate with Mrs.
To give an idea of the amount of water that was pumped up, I can tell the reader that it represented the area of the courtyard of the Louvre and a height half as deep again as the towers of Notre Dame.
The total number of poles now in the United States, used by telephone and telegraph companies, once covered an area, before they were cut down, as large as the State of Rhode Island.
We may calculate, therefore, that a rich and fertile country, of an area equal to the inhabited extent of the United States, will soon become a national stock.
This you do at present with perfect confidence, because everyone knows to an inch or two the area occupied by an adult Triangle: but imagine that your Tradesman drags behind his regular and respectable vertex, a parallelogram of twelve or thirteen inches in diagonal: -- what are you to do with such a monster sticking fast in your house door?
The building was low, but covered an enormous area.
Or maybe he's got down some area and is in a coal cellar.
Its area measures 6,032 feet; and its contents about 1,500 cubic yards; that is to say, when completely immersed it displaces 50,000 feet of water, or weighs 1,500 tons.
The island, which was of irregular outline and lay low upon the wide sea, had a total area, I suppose, of seven or eight square miles.