from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Alternative spelling of A1.
- n. Skyraider single engine general-purpose attack aircraft.
- n. Personnel section of an air force staff.
- n. Air personnel officer.
- n. Angstrom
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The ratings firm said it downgraded FMR to A+/A-1 from AA -/A-1+ because assets under management, "a key driver of top-line revenues," fell 22% last year, to $1.25 trillion at the end of 2008.
On Monday, Standard & Poor's Ratings Services lowered its long - and short-term counterparty credit ratings for RBS to A+/A-1 from AA -/A-1+, citing a deterioration of credit risk and concern about how the bank would complete plans to raise capital.
In addition, S&P lowered its ratings on BofA's bank subsidiaries to A+ / A-1 from AA - / A-1+.
* BANK OF AMERICA'S BANK UNITS CUT TO A+ / A-1 FROM AA - / A-1+ BY S&P
On October 11 someone called A-1 Bail Bonds in San Antonio again.
You are still an A-1 Jerk, Wilson, and you always will be.
And though, when I came to think of it, Chuckie Gregory of A-1 Contractors could use another drumming, somehow I felt that giving Benjamin his name would be transgressing too many lines of karma.
Over on the end of Building B was A-1 Contractors, Inc.
Wall Street securities firm Morgan Stanley doesn't fund its day-to-day activities in the overnight debt markets, and its secured funding activity is conducted through broker-dealer units whose A-1 short-term debt rating wasn't affected by a Standard & Poor's Ratings Services downgrade of Morgan Stanley on Tuesday.
National A-1 and its owners have a variety of business enterprises headquartered at the same address, including a website sometimes used by prostitutes to advertise their services.