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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.
These trips include the Isle Royal (fourteen day backpacking trip); Pioneers (fourteen day canoe trip); Georgian Bay (fourteen day sea kayak trip); Westerns (twenty-five day backpacking trip); Mariner (twenty-five day sea kayak trip); and the Expeditionary Backpacking (forty-three day backpacking trip).
Some of the studies emphasize that students' achievement was affected in a positive direction using field trips (Abad, 2003; Folkomer, 1981; Mackenzie & White, 1982) whereas other studies report no significant influence on students' achievement (Lloyd, 1965; McNamara, 1971).
Saunders has provided the electronic field trips to 70 elementary classrooms in her district, with another 45 classes to follow early next year.
Readiness-related costs are fixed, meaning that they do not increase with the number of trips provided, as long as a provider has excess capacity.
On June 5, 2003, John Paul II made his first trip in a catamaran which he boarded in Croatia to cross the strait separating the island of Krk from the mainland port of Rijeka.
She said this is similar to the recent problems cruise lines faced when travelers canceled trips in fear of getting sick aboard ships.
Trips into Yellowstone are popular, too: You can take in all the sights in the park and see an abundance of wildlife.
whereas the Kenyan Government has announced its intention to implement a law that would allow it to obtain cheap life-saving medicines, under the provisions of the current TRIPS Agreement,
There were three important factors to be considered: (1) Personnel: An individual would have to commit to organizing and scheduling resident trips, family/significant other transportation and outpatient transportation.
While accidents or medical emergencies can sometimes happen in spite of all best efforts, you can reduce the risk by taking several steps in advance of your trip.