AAR

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AcronymDefinition
AARAgainst All Risks
AARAmerican Academy of Religion
AARAssociation of American Railroads
AARAll-American Rejects (band)
AARAfter Action Report
AARAfter Action Review
AARAdobe Acrobat Reader (Adobe Systems, Inc.)
AARAircraft Accident Report
AARArchives Audiovisuelles de la Recherche (French: Audiovisual Research Archives)
AARAnnual Activity Report (various organizations)
AARAndroid Archive (mobile application files)
AARAir America Radio (talk radio network)
AARAlabama Association of Realtors (Montgomery, AL)
AARAllens Arthur Robinson (law firm; Australia)
AARAutomatic Acronym Retrieval
AARAutomatic Alternative Route
AARAgent Architecture
AARAutomatic Air Recirculation
AARAutodesk Authorized Reseller
AARAdobe Acrobat Reader
AARAt Any Rate
AARAmerican Association of Railroads
AARAmerican Academy in Rome
AARArmy Armament Research (US Army)
AARApple Authorized Reseller
AARAutomated Aerial Refueling (US NASA)
AARAssociation of Amercian Railways
AARAssociation for Aid and Relief (Tokyo, Japan)
AARAll American Racers
AARArcadia Association of Realtors (Arcadia, CA)
AARAlkali-Aggregate Reaction
AARApproved Auto Repair (American Automobile Association)
AARAge-Adjusted Rate (health statistics)
AARAir-to-Air Refueling
AARAuthority for Advance Rulings (India)
AARAntigen-Antikörper Reaktion (German: Antigen-Antibody Reaction)
AARAutomatic Alternate Routing
AARAssociation of Authors' Representatives, Inc.
AARAdult Abuse Registry (Delaware)
AARAverage Annual Rainfall
AARAccumulation-Area Ratio
AARAlliance for Aging Research
AARAllen Aircraft Radio (est. 1951; Wood Dale, IL)
AARAction for Aboriginal Rights
AARAssociation for Automated Reasoning
AARAirport Acceptance Rate
AARAstronomy and Astrophysics Review (Springer publication)
AARAssociation to Aid Refugees (Japan)
AARAarhus, Denmark - Tirstrup (Airport Code)
AARAirport Arrival Rate (capacity measure)
AARActive Array Radar
AARAdministrative Adjustment Report
AARAntigen-Antibody Reaction
AARAlliance des Associations de Retraités (French: Alliance of Pensioners' Associations; Quebec, Canada)
AARAutomatic Address Recognition (various businesses)
AARAmerican Association of Religion
AARAlfa, Access and Renova (Russian Oil Co)
AARAortic Aneurysm Repair
AARAir to Air Receive
AARAir Augmented Rocket
AARAntigen-Antiglobulin Reaction
AARAffirmative Action Representative
AARAirworthiness Assurance Research and Development Branch (US FAA)
AARAutomatic Adaptive Routing
AARAsiana Airlines Republic of Korea (ICAO code)
AARAtlas of Australian Resources
AARArmy Area Representative
AARAcoustic Assessment Report
AARAdaptive Auto-Regressive
AARAction Aid Rwanda
AARAktiebolaget Atomenergi Research
AARArrival and Assembly Railroads
AARAgriculture Acquisition Regulation (US Department of Agriculture)
AARAirborne Allergen Report
AARArmy Achievement Award
AARAutomatic Answering and Recording
AARAudit Agenda Record
AARAsk Another Race
AARAgence Architecture Rey (French architecture agency)
AARAuthorized Area Representative
AARAveize Auto Rétro (car club; France)
AARAuto Analysis Stage (Infrared Space Observatory data analysis)
AARArea Access Rate
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Moreover, this chapter has had an earlier reincarnation as a book review for--ironically--the Journal of the American Academy of Religion.
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For Krishnan Ramaswamy, Antonio de Nicolas, Aditi Banerjee, and the other contributors to Invading the Sacred, the focus is on perceived distortions of Hindu religiosity by American scholars in the Religion in South Asia (RISA) section of the American Academy of Religion (AAR), with special reference to Wendy Doniger's excessive focus on sexuality, Paul Courtright's interpretation of Ganesha, Sarah Caldwell's views on Hindu goddesses, and David Gordon White's analysis of the tantra.
Brent Plate writes: 'The American Academy of Religion has announced this year's recipient of the award in Religion and the Arts.
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This excellent study won the 2006 American Academy of Religion award for historical writing.
Written by Kimberly Winston, recipient of the 2005 American Academy of Religion Award for Best In-Depth Reporting on Religion, Fabric of Faith: A Guide to the Prayer Quilt Ministry is a how-to guide to the physical and spiritual process of creating a prayer quilt.
The ACLU, the American Academy of Religion, the American Association of University Professors, and the PEN American Center filed the lawsuit on the grounds that the denial of Ramadan's visa was preventing their members from meeting with him and hearing his views, "in violation of their First Amendment rights.
Surely, indeed, it is no coincidence that the book appears under the aegis of the American Academy of Religion, in a series devoted to "reflection and theory in the study of religion," rather than under any narrowly literary rubric.
For example, the web site of the American Academy of Religion has a page on "Religion in the Nation's Schools" that notes the absence of religion in the instruction of public schools in the 1970s and 1980s.
The American Academy of Religion honors the best in-depth reporting on topics related to religion (broadly defined, including but not limited to religion and politics, popular culture, ethics or bioethics, the courts, schools, science, health, or international or social issues).
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