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(AAA), federation of American automobile clubs, est. 1902. AAA provides a number of benefits to its members, including emergency road service; national and international travel assistance, e.g.
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AAA

AAA

Abbr. for “Architectural Aluminum Association.”

AAA

(Triple A) A common single-cell battery used in myriad electronic devices of all variety. Like its double A (AA) cousin, it provides 1.5 volts of DC power. When used in series, the voltage is multiplied. For example, four AAA batteries yield 6 volts. See also AAA server.
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