from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. general agent
- abbr. General Assembly
- abbr. general average
- abbr. Georgia (U.S.)
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- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Gabon.
- n. Symbol for the gigaampere, an SI unit of electrical current equal to 109 amperes. ; also called gigaamp
- abbr. Abbreviation of general availability.
- abbr. Abbreviation of general aviation.
- abbr. Abbreviation of General American.
- abbr. Abbreviation of goal attack.
- abbr. Abbreviation of Georgia.
- abbr. Abbreviation of genetic algorithm.
- abbr. Abbreviation of goals against.
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And the idea of a close race in GA is very exciting.
(The "GA" is a tribute to FIAT founder Giovanni Agnelli, who passed away last month.)
I shot a nice buck in GA as he walked within a couple feet of a gut pile many years ago.
The representative from GA is talking about “bribes” like the “louisiana purchase” or the “cornhusker kickback” ..
If you did, you have a better understanding of what it is like living in GA and dealing with these people.
Because passing bills of this sort in GA requires a supermajority, it is highly unlikely that the second bill will pass.
If the Cato Institute guy is talking about Thurbert Baker here in GA, he is wrong.
I personally know people (here in GA) who are being bankrupted by medical bills, but they are republikkans who are blaming Obama for their woes instead of the insurance companies or costs or state regulators.
I just got a note from my insurer in GA about a recent trip to the Doctor.
As my company is based in GA, if I go to a local hospital here in VA or D.C., the hospital then notifies my insurer which is also based in GA.