from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A subunit of the Special Forces, usually consisting of 12 soldiers.
- noun Informal A group consisting of the best members of a larger group; an elite group.
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- noun informal A collection of the best talent.
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- noun a group of elite soldiers or a leadership group of advisors or workers in an organization
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
The Workers' Party defeated Yeo and his colleagues by fielding its so-called A-team, including Secretary-General Low Thia Khiang, Chairman Sylvia Lim and Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP lawyer Chen Show-Mao, who has advised on deals like the Agricultural Bank of China Ltd.'s $22.1 billion initial share sale.
Golly, without Ed's A-team, the BBC may even have to let programme makers plug their shows.
The first A-team entered Afghanistan on Oct. 19, 2001, less than six weeks after 9/11.
The first minister and his A-team had intended announcing the referendum poll date of October 2014 before Christmas.
Brags about the time his A-team "stole" a C-130 and flew it in to "save" a Battalion of Marines.
The "A-team" failed!!!! they rest of the world isn't up their asses like the dummycrats.
And if you had an A-team candidate up there--I'm so afraid after the president gives his State of the Union next week and Mitch Daniels gives the response, everyone sitting out there is going to go: "Why isn't this man running for president?"
The A-team and B-team are busy supporting ISS and shuttle - real projects.
Just watched the trailer for the new "A-team" movie, coming out this summer.
Because real program starts are rare, interspersed with a ton of false-starts and projects that make it a year or two and then get cancelled (ACRV, OSP, etc), managers won't give up their A-team or B-team when a projects is beginning.