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- n. At any rate.
- n. Axis2 ARchive file (extension .aar)
- n. against all risks.
- n. After-action report; after-action review.
- n. Air America Radio
- n. All-American Rejects
- n. American Academy of Religion
- n. Association of American Railroads
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Ousting Mr. Dudley "is a core objective" of what he called AAR's strategy "to take control of the company."
Nicole Sandler went ahead with her show here last night even though AAR is gone.
BP disclosed the landmark alliance with Rosneft in January but found it blocked by opposition from BP's partners in its existing Russian venture, TNK-BP Ltd. Those partners—a group of Soviet-born billionaires whose holding company is called AAR—are now seeking potentially billions of dollars in damages from BP for what they claim is the missed opportunity in the arctic.
The Russian shareholders, a group of Soviet-born billionaires whose holding company is known as AAR, are now seeking compensation from BP.
I squeed with joy at the review grades, but I only read the DA review because AAR is notorious for tossing out spoilers with no warning.
AAR is currently compiling a list of readers favorite books for 12 different authors - it's not a contest, but a resource for readers wanting to try new authors.
But the alliance was opposed by BP's partners in TNK-BP, a group of Soviet-born billionaires whose holding company is known as AAR.
BP and Rosneft announced their planned deal in January but immediately faced opposition from BP's existing Russian partners, a group of Soviet-born billionaires whose holding company is known as AAR.
BP and Rosneft, meanwhile, would be able to proceed with a multibillion-dollar plan to explore for oil in the Arctic Sea north of Russia, a deal that BP's existing Russian partners—a group of Soviet-born billionaires whose holding company is known as AAR —had opposed.
Len Blavatnik of Access Industries and Viktor Vekselberg of Renova, together known as AAR -- have unleashed a barrage of public attacks and lawsuits denouncing BP as arrogant and underhanded.
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