- adj. of the highest quality
“Rubio has gotten a plethura of A-one endorsements, including one from an ex vice president, who should be in prison at this time.”
“A-one, a-two, a-one, two, three, and . . ." cries the beaver, as the groups take turns launching into song: "We are lions and we like to prowl.”
“If you are inasmuch as enchanting senseless a pile loan to subsidize the acquire of a revitalized transport, then you should impel stable you are quite wise of all the financing options that are handy to you comme ‡ a that you subvert the A-one contract on tap.”
““A-one, a-two,” Gary snapped his fingers, shuffled to the conductor's stand, picked up his baton.”
“I trust Obama A-one Leo firecracker! to field plots scamming men.”
“You did some A-one detecting on your solo day in town, Del.”
“Then I see her, the A-one, leaping valiantly from a skyscraper.”
“She's coming back now, the A-one, smoking a cigarette with a shit-eating grin.”
“Lehman later said that DBS has placed trades with it today, and Moody's Investors Service issued a statement saying it affirmed its A-one rating on Lehman's senior long-term debt.”
“Jamal is a Virginia Tech student and a number one A-one news reporter.”
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