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AS

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for AMERICAN SAMOA.

AS

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for American Samoa. This is the code used in international transactions to and from American Samoan bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for American Samoa. This is used as an international standard for shipping to American Samoa. As a territory of the United States, American Samoa is also assigned the geocode ISO 3166-2:US-AS.
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It would have been suicide to have disobeyed, so the two men turned and left the village, making their way immediately to their own camp.
But that's because ye don't gawm the sorrowin'mother was a hell-cat that hated him because he was acrewk'd, a regular lamiter he was, an' he hated her so that he committed suicide in order that she mightn't get an insurance she put on his life.
Knowing that Englishmen governed by a fixed idea sometimes resort to the desperate expedient of suicide, Passepartout kept a narrow watch upon his master, though he carefully concealed the appearance of so doing.
The next thing you threaten to commit suicide about, I shan't do,-- even at some personal inconvenience.
I suppose a suicide who holds a pistol to his skull feels much the same wonder at what will come next as I felt then.
In an instant D'Artagnan perceived that the best way in which he could act would be to go home and write Milady a long letter, in which he would confess to her that he and De Wardes were, up to the present moment absolutely the same, and that consequently he could not undertake, without committing suicide, to kill the Comte de Wardes.
Everything points to the conclusion, sire," said the minister of police, "that death was not the result of suicide, as we first believed, but of assassination.
There were rumours of suicide, which were confirmed; doubts concerning his integrity arose.
He took from the duke all the steel knives and silver forks and replaced them with silver knives and wooden forks, pretending that as he had been informed that the duke was to pass all his life at Vincennes, he was afraid of his prisoner attempting suicide.
Things that seem on the face of 'em like murder, or say suicide, may appear different to God.
Women are constantly trying to commit suicide for love, but generally they take care not to succeed.
Fanny's suicide had aroused memories, and Philip heard ghastly stories of the way in which one person or another had escaped from despair.