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AUAAmerican Urological Association
AUAAustrian Airlines
AUAAgricultural University of Athens (Greece)
AUAAmerican University of Armenia (Yerevan, Armenia)
AUAAssociation of University Administrators (UK)
AUAAustralian Uranium Association (trade association)
AUAAmerican Unitarian Association
AUAAssociation des Universités Africaines (French: Association of African Universities; est. 1967; Ghana)
AUAAcceptable Use Agreement (various organizations)
AUAAssociation of University Anesthesiologists
AUAAmerican Ultrarunning Association
AUAAtelier d'Urbanisme et d'Architecture (French: Planning and Architecture Workshop; est. 1960)
AUAAssociation of University Architects
AUAAruba, Aruba - Reina Beatrix (Airport Code)
AUAAgricultural Use Approval (Michigan)
AUAArchitecture Unifiée d'Applications (French: Unified Architecture Applications; computer applications)
AUAArgonne Universities Association
AUAAssociation des Universités Arabes (French: Association of Arab Universities; Jordan)
AUAAmerica Under Attack
AUAAnother Useless Acronym
AUAAir Traffic Control Unit Airspace
AUAAuthorized User Agreement (various organizations)
AUAAsset Under Administration
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America Under Attack screamed the ever present headline at the bottom of the CNN screen.
12, 2001, carrying a banner headline that reads something like "America Under Attack" or "New Day of Infamy." But the true impact of what happened hit me harder than it had for quite some time this month while examining a routine, even dull, front page from the day before -- the morning of the terror attacks.
THE GROUND TRUTH: THE UNTOLD STORY OF AMERICA UNDER ATTACK ON 9/11 comes from a senior counsel to the 9/11 Commission who lead the team charged with reconstructing the day's tragedies.
12, 2001, carrying a banner headline that reads something like "America Under Attack" or "New Day of Infamy." But the true impact of what happened hit me harder than it had for quite some time while examining a routine, even dull, front page from the day before -- the morning of the terror attacks.
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