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  • n. A pair of aces as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em, double-A, or "AA", the two-letter code for American Airlines.


Due to the initials of ace-ace and American Airlines being AA. (Wiktionary)


  • Realizing that I wasn't going to make my 7 a.m. flight, I called American Airlines to get booked on the next flight.

    Why I missed last night's game

  • The other day, after the deplorable incident in which my presence was not hailed with glee by the powers that be, I called American Airlines and inquired of a representative of the Key Club what my status really entailed.

    Up in the Air About My Concierge Key

  • Because right now I call American Airlines to see if I can make reservations to go over here.

    CNN Transcript Jan 16, 2010

  • Were planning large alliances, Tern said, so that, for example, when you call American Airlines, youll press two for Spanish and theyll answer in Nicaragua.

    Your Call Is (Not That) Important to Us

  • LOUIS: I called the American Airlines number and got a recorded message, flight was OK.

    CNN Transcript Dec 20, 2009

  • I called American Airlines to find out what they had to say, and they really said that they acted properly.

    CNN Transcript Feb 25, 2008

  • DENMON (voice over): One man showed us where he called American Airlines '1-800 51 times since being stranded Friday night and couldn't get through.

    CNN Transcript Dec 31, 2006

  • If you called American Airlines, I'm sure they could tell you.

    CNN Transcript Apr 1, 2003

  • I called American Airlines to see what, if any, my options might be.

    Site Home

  • I called American Airlines and here is what Caribbean spokeswoman Minnette Velez writes: In order to help our passengers reach their final destination while the large airport was restricted, we provided service from St. Lucia Castries Airport to San Juan through American News


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