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GAA

(in Ireland) abbreviation for
(Athletics (Track & Field)) Gaelic Athletic Association
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Gaa holds a licentiate in spirituality from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome.
Gaa succeeds Bishop Antonio Tobias, now 77, and who has been serving as apostolic administrator of the diocese until Gaa's installation.
But plans for the next series appear to be in the air, with the GAA looking into playing the two Tests in the USA next year.
'Section 11 of said EO provides that the implementation of said adjustment in pay is 'subject to appropriation by Congress.' In this instance, the non-enactment of the 2019 GAA does not prevent the grant of the increase as the appropriation is provided by the reenactment of the 2018 GAA.
In the dramatic House leadership change, the submission of two volume books of the proposed 2019 GAA bill on the same day of the state of the nation address (SONA) of President Rodrigo Duterte got waylaid in the ensuing developments.
AAA, a global flight training provider, with bases in the UK, Spain, Montenegro and Australia, will offer full-time pilot training programmes to GAA candidates beginning next month, said a statement.
Turners Cross was initially meant to hold the game after the association refused to allow it to go ahead at the newly-revamped home of Cork GAA. But after coming under increased pressure, the association finally gave the match the green light.
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.
The first large-scale Pompe disease newborn screening pilot study was carried out at the National Taiwan University Hospital (covering about one-third of the newborns in Taiwan) using a multitier assay to measure 3 enzymatic activities: (a) GAA, measured at low pH in the presence of acarbose; (b) neutral a-glucosidase, measured at increased pH in the absence of acarbose; and (c) total a-glucosidase, measured at low pH in the absence of acarbose (4, 6).
A taxpayer generally establishes a GAA by capitalizing and placing asset(s) into service and then making an irrevocable election on a timely filed tax return (including extensions) on Form 4562, Depreciation and Amortization, subject to the following general grouping rules:
The GAA is a supremely successful and proudly amateur sporting body.