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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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Gaa of the Archdiocese of Manila was rector of the Holy Apostle Seminary in Makati City upon his appointment.
A GAA statement said: "Last November, the GAA President, John Horan, met with representatives of the AFL in Sydney to discuss the future of the International Rules series, with both the GAA and the AFL committed to it continuing.
But Abad said that if that was the case, then the same rules should have applied in the reenacted items of the 2018 GAA, such as miscellaneous and other operating expenses (MOOE) as well as capital outlays (CO).
So, aside from President Duterte, the 2019 GAA bill was the other casualty of that House leadership brouhaha that highlighted the traditional joint opening session at the Batasang Pambansa in Quezon City.
Over a three week period, coaches from Ulster GAA instructed prisoners in skills and rules for football which will allow them to assist a coach in organising a programme of games and skills development activities.
GAA chief executive Captain Dhaffer Al Abbasi said, "Airways Aviation Academy has an impressive track record of graduating thousands of successful pilots from around the world.
As part of the agreement there will also be a GAA event on the day.
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 second large-scale Pompe disease newborn screening pilot was carried out in the US in the Washington state newborn screening laboratory using a 3-plex tandem mass spectrometry (MS/MS) assay to simultaneously measure GAA and the enzymes relevant to Fabry disease and mucopolysaccharidosis-I using a single punch from a DBS and asingle assay cocktail (5).
* Each asset in the GAA must have the same applicable depreciation method (e.g., modified accelerated cost recovery system, accelerated cost recovery system, etc.);
The GAA's deal with Sky is another example of the creeping financialisation of every sport, so before too long, the cash generated by broadcasting and other deals will assume far greater importance than the fantastic community work that the GAA does in every parish in the country.
In November 1938, just a few months after Douglas Hyde was elected as first president of Ireland in June 1938, the GAA (an Irish sporting organization) suspended Hyde from the organization because he attended a soccer match between Ireland and Poland, which the GAA deemed as "supporting a foreign sport." This book gives background and details on the issue, explains reasons for the GAA ban on foreign sport, and explores the national and international impact of suspending Hyde from the GAA.