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GAA

(in Ireland) abbreviation for
(Athletics (Track & Field)) Gaelic Athletic Association
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To the discerning and prescient mind, a certain parallel is to be found in the story of Bashorun Gaa and Chief Olusegun Aremu Obasanjo, (Former President of Nigeria), both kingmakers at different times and eras, yet possessing the same mindset and idiosyncrasies - a certain human function no doubt, which pretends to be something that is not.
In 2011, the GAA officially recognised the players' body more than a decade after it was established and agreed to fund it to the tune of around [euro]8 million over a five-year period.
A GAA allows taxpayers to treat multiple assets as a single asset, avoiding the need to track every singular disposition from the GAA.
At the same time, Carpio explained that the President is sworn to uphold and faithfully implement the GAA since it is a law and that once the President approves the GAA or allows it to lapse into law, he can no longer veto or cancel any item in the GAA or impound the disbursement of funds authorized to be spent in the GAA.
The GAA's deal with Sky is another example of the creeping financialisation of every sport, so before too long, the cash generated by broadcasting and other deals will assume far greater importance than the fantastic community work that the GAA does in every parish in the country.
In November 1938, just a few months after Douglas Hyde was elected as first president of Ireland in June 1938, the GAA (an Irish sporting organization) suspended Hyde from the organization because he attended a soccer match between Ireland and Poland, which the GAA deemed as "supporting a foreign sport.
The organisers mentioned that the number of students GAA had trained during 2011 and the students' exam pass rates throughout 2011 are the criteria that have been used to distinguish GAA from the rest of the ATC members is the region.
Immigration patterns have evidently had more impact upon the health of the GAA in America than any relationships its members developed to various forms of political nationalism.
As per the contract, GAA will offer various training services to Gulf Air personnel including pilots, aircraft maintenance engineers, cabin crew and ground staff on its facilities.
Through this agreement, GAA will facilitate training opportunities and services covering Airbus A320 theoretical and practical training for Bahrain Air's pilots and cabin crew personnel.
This is an advantage for Gulf Air as we operate both Airbus and the Embraer fleet and will be able to get our pilots and engineers trained right here in Bahrain at the comprehensive GAA campus.
This is an advantage for Gulf Air as we operate both Airbus and Embraer fleet and will be able to get our pilots and engineers trained right here in Bahrain at the comprehensive GAA campus.