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GAAGoals Against Average (Hockey)
GAAGeneral Appropriation Act
GAAGlobal Aquaculture Alliance
GAAGerman Agro Action
GAAGravure Association of America (Rochester, NY)
GAAGay Activists Alliance
GAAGlobal Asset Allocation (fund management)
GAAGeorgia Alternate Assessment
GAAGeneral Agency Agreement
GAAGoal Against Average (hockey)
GAAGeorgia Apartment Association (Atlanta, GA)
GAAGlucosidase, Alpha, Acid
GAAGuam Adventist Academy
GAAGastroenterology Administration Assembly (Medical Group Management Association)
GAAGeneral Average Agreement
GAAGovernment Auditing Agency
GAAGeneral Account of Advances
GAAGainesville Apartment Association (Gainesville, FL)
GAAGateway Access Authorization
GAAGalvanizers Association of Australia, Ltd. (Melbourne)
GAAGlobal Action on Ageing
GAAGrenfell Association of America
GAAGain Adjuster Adapter
GAAGlasgow Airport Authority (Scotland, UK)
GAAGreedy Approximation Algorithm
GAAGovernment Affairs Assessment (Lighthouse Consulting Group)
GAAGround Area Attainable
GAAGrease, Artillery, and Automotive
GAAGaelic Athletic Association
GAAGoals Allowed Average (sports statistic)
GAAGlacial Acrylic Acid
GAAGlacial Acetic Acid
GAAGovernment Accountability Act
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Organisations do have to change with the times but GAA is a national treasure and as such must be protected.
This award, which was inaugurated by the GAA in 1990, recognizes an outstanding individual in the gravure industry who has contributed unselfishly to the advancement of gravure.
It is the first official GAA county range of jewellery.
Financial considerations though have prevented GAA bosses from using it in the goal area.
The Dessie Farrell-led Gaelic Players' Association were disgusted because they had their own plans to develop a game and believed the GAA had hijacked their idea.
Over 20 inter-county stars are expected to accept there c or d -breaking challenge and take part in the 2011 competition, which takes place in Bray emmets GAA Club on Saturday, September 10.
A GAA source said: "Nobody can argue that Dublin are worth big money to the GAA.
But while the GAA argue as to which way they can save face on the whole pay for play issue, they should get the ball rolling.
TRAGIC Z Brian Og Maguire TRIBUTE J Peter Canavan WEEPING J Fans at funeral GRIEVING n Family, friends and GAA honour guard in Lisnaskea, Co Fermanagh, yesterday
In the past the GAA have had to rent foreign venues at significant cost, but the Boston pitch will be free.
At a special congress this weekend the debate over Rule 42, the banning of 'other' sports from GAA venues, was not discussed.
He said: "The Dublin GAA brand is also second to none in terms of the GAA and also has an ability to deliver bums on seats in a way that few other sports teams can in Ireland.