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GAA

(General Authorized Access) One of the tiers in the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS). See 3.5 GHz band.
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There arose a powerful head of the kingmakers, through deft hands and carefully attained integrity status, Gaa who became powerful enough to be deemed dependable to make choices on behalf of the rest.
The willingness to bow to those demands within the GAA hierarchy is not strong, however, particularly given that many felt that the last arrangement with the GPA five years ago was more generous than it needed to be.
A taxpayer generally establishes a GAA by capitalizing and placing asset(s) into service and then making an irrevocable election on a timely filed tax return (including extensions) on Form 4562, Depreciation and Amortization, subject to the following general grouping rules:
Section 38 cannot be read to authorize the President to permanently stop so as to cancel the implementation of a project in the GAA because the President has no power to amend the law, and the GAA is a law.
The sense of foreboding that many GAA fans feel about the Sky deal is summed up by Joe Brolly, a famous player who is now a TV analyst.
It is a great endorsement of the exceptional efforts that all of the staff at GAA puts in to ensuring our customers continue to receive a high quality aviation training services and solutions from the Academy.
Since the advent of quick and comparatively affordable travel by air, GAA clubs in America (particularly on the east coast) have coped with periods of low immigration by flying in players from Ireland to bolster their teams for short periods, weekends or summer seasons.
Majali said, The agreement further cements our co-operation with GAA with whom we have a special relationship as we both are in the same industry and belong to the same parent company.
We are very pleased to have been selected by Bahrain Air to deliver our aviation training solutions," stated Tim Shattock, chief executive officer of GAA.
Within a short span of time, GAA has won international recognition for its training standards and quality of service, having received highly-accredited approvals from the UK-CAA as well as the European Aviation Safety Agency.
According to GAA it has received highly-accredited approvals from the UK Civil Aviation Authority as well as the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
We take pride in certifying GAA as a TRTO and BCAA will closely work together with GAA to promote the facility and position Bahrain as a centre of excellence for aviation training in the region".