Fellow of the American Academy.
American Academy of Sciences.
Associate in Applied Science.
basaltic lava having a rough surface.
The communications between members of AQIM and aas were important.
Intercepts Show Attackers on U.S. Consulate in Benghazi Bragged to Al Qaeda Eli Lake September 27, 2012
This clatter excepted and a few magnificent pairs of velvet breeches, the festival was the same as that at aas.
A Tour Through The Pyrenees Hippolyte Adolphe Taine
a volcanic rock consisting of angular blocks of lava with a very rough surface
(in Britain) Automobile Association
(in Britain) Advertising Association
(in Britain, formerly) a film that may not be shown publicly to a child under fourteen
A type of lava having a rough, jagged surface. It is relatively slow moving in its molten state, advancing in the form of massive blocks with fissured and angular surfaces that ride on a viscous interior. The blocks range in size between the size of a football and the size of a house. See Note at pahoehoe.
: an AA barrage
An antiaircraft weapon, or antiaircraft fire; ack-ack, flak (WWI)
American Association of Suicidology
American Astronautical Society
American Astronomical Society
Associate in Applied Sciences
Academy of Aphasia
Acts of the Apostles
Armed Forces Americas (except Canada)
Associate in Arts
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aascu American Association of State Colleges and Universities
aascin American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Nurses
aash adrenal androgen-stimulating hormone American Association for the Study of Headache