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Athathlete
AthAll Time High
AthAtherosclerosis
AthAbove the Horizon
AthAround the Horn (ESPN show)
AthAluminum Trihydrate
AthA Toda Hora (Spanish: At All Times; Puerto Rico automatic teller machine)
AthAssociate of Theology (various schools)
AthAttention Hangup
AthAuthorization to Hire
AthAmerican Trading House (Newark, NJ)
AthAsk the Headhunter (est. 1995)
AthAdenotonsillar Hypertrophy
AthAir Transportable Hospital
AthAthwartship
AthAcceleration Time History
AthAbdominal Total Hysterectomy (surgery)
AthAvian Thymic Hormone
AthArmchair Treasure Hunt (UK)
AthAbsolute Threshold of Hearing
AthAutomatic THrottle
AthAttention Hang-Up
AthAndrews Travel House (UK)
AthAssign Thresholds (US DoD)
AthArtificial Time History
AthAsia Timber House (Malaysia)
AthAir Transat Holidays
AthAddicted to Hardstyle
AthAbbreviated Trouble History
AthAthens, Greece - Hellinikon (Airport Code)
AthArts Theme House (Duke University; Durham, NC)
AthApplications Techniques Hydrauliques (French hydraulics company)
AthArmored Trooper Heavy (Votoms)
AthAir Touraine Hélicoptère (French helicopter transportation company)
AthAUTODIN Transitional Hub
AthAlgorithm Test Harness
AthAxially Tilted Hyperbola (antenna)
AthAnders Tang Humor
References in classic literature ?
Regarding the altitude which the moon attains above the horizon, the letter of the Cambridge Observatory had said all that was to be said in this respect.
And, in fact, a thick bank of vapor, now quite distinct, could be seen slowly emerging above the horizon.
The moon, then in her last quarter, was beginning to rise above the horizon.
Because then the orb of day described such lengthened curves that it is difficult to measure exactly its height above the horizon, and grave errors may be made with instruments.
At night the skies were all glowing with the reflection of unseen fires, hanging in an immense body of lurid light high above the horizon.
A red glow as of a conflagration spread above the horizon from the rising full moon, and that vast red ball swayed strangely in the gray haze.
We emerged from the palace while the sun was still in part above the horizon.
At the mention of this illustrious name the children started as if a sudden sunlight had gleamed upon the history of their country, now that the great deliverer had arisen above the horizon.
The nearer moon, hurtling suddenly above the horizon and lighting up the Barsoomian scene, showed me that my preserver was Woola, but from whence he had come, or how found me, I was at a loss to know.
At this moment, the sun, which was not risen above the horizon, dispelled the mist.
And Tildy's heart swelled in her bosom, for she saw at last the towers of Romance rise above the horizon of the grey plain in which she had for so long travelled.
The spire of Saint-Sulpice, and the three lofty needles of Saint Germain-des-Prés, rose above the horizon on his right.