GAAA

AcronymDefinition
GAAAGewaltfreie Aktion Atomwaffen Abschaffen (German: Nonviolent Action Aboloshing Nuclear Weapons)
GAAAGreat American Aran Afghan (knitting project)
GAAAGlobal Authentication Authorization and Accounting (computer networking)
GAAAGroupement Atomique Alsacienne Atlantique
GAAAGreater Atlanta Adventist Academy (Atlanta, Georgia)
GAAAGraduate Acting Alumni Association (New York University Tisch School of the Arts)
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The board of directors of the GCC Accountancy and Audit Authority (GAAA) has held its third meeting of the year in Kuwait under the auspices of the Mohammed bin Saleh al Obaidan, board chairman.
A memorandum of understanding between the World Bank and the GAAA will be drafted later and reviewed in the board's forthcoming meeting in May this year, said al Khusaibi.
Ronaldo was an extremely gaaa good player when he was at Manchester United and he has moved up another level since he moved to Real Madrid.
The ISRE core sequence GAAA was found to be present three times (GAAACC,GAAAGC, GAAACA) in the promoter region, as also detected in the IFN-inducible promoters of mammalian genes (Hug et al., 1988; Chang et al., 1990), suggesting that these regions are functional in response to inducers.
They indicated that GAAA, AAAT, GATA and GGAA were the most common tetranucleotide repeats while GACA and GACT were rarer.
Model-specific accident rates were then computed by dividing the total number of accidents for a given model by the total number of hours flown for each model during 1982-1988 period, as reported in the FAA's General Aviation Activity and Avionics Survey (GAAAS).
The data for [IMC.sub.i] and [FRAME.sub.i] were all obtained from the FAA's GAAAS.
The new plane shipment data were obtained from the annual reports of the GAMA; annual estimates of average airframe hours for the 31 models were obtained from the FAA's GAAAS for the years 1977-1992 and the General Aviation and Air Taxi Activity and Avionics Survey for the years 1993-1996.