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Trip

Slang; in bond insurance, an AAA rating from Standard and Poor's or Fitch. See also: Trip trip.
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The report further stated that, total of outbound trips during the school first mid-term in the current year 2013, has reached 507,000 trips during which Saudi tourists spent around SR 1.
So anyway, I guess I'll wrap up this article by saying some shit like, Dude, we all had such a rad time and even though we barely knew each other when the trip started .
Additionally demographic and trip characteristics were acquired through camp resources.
This study attempted a systematic synthesis of the study results for the effectiveness of field trip on science achievement.
A teacher's guide for each field trip includes objectives, strategies, timelines, glossaries, additional historical background and even take-home activities to get parents involved.
Neither on this five-day trip nor on his previous two visits to Croatia did the Pope visit Medjugorje, the town of the alleged daily or weekly appearances of Our Lady since 1982.
As concerns grow over the fast-spreading severe acute respiratory syndrome, travelers passing up trips in fear of getting sick are discovering that most insurance policies won't reimburse them for such cancellations.
If you want to really get away from it all, consider booking a whitewater trip down the Middle Fork of the Salmon River with Solitude River Trips.
Your travel agent can recommend a trip-insurance specialist such as Access America (800-284-8300), for a policy covering trip cancellation, lost baggage, medical bills and air ambulance transport in case you wish to be treated in the United States.
It was wonderful," she said, "to have that educational aspect to the trip.
The trip was organized by a Los Angeles-based public relations firm, employed by a deluxe hotel chain to introduce the traveling public to its fancy new properties.