Trip


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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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I ain't ever bored, on a trip like this, if I can make new acquaintances and talk.
It's my first trip. But we've been all around --Paris and everywhere.
It refreshes me up so--don't it you--on a trip like this?"
It was worth a trip to Holland, too, just to get a sight of three or four hundred fine Holstein cows grazing in one of those intensely green fields.
From Holland we went to Belgium, and made a hasty trip through that country, stopping at Brussels, where we visited the battlefield of Waterloo.
So I set my face against the sea trip. Not, as I explained, upon my own account.
You also said that he did sell his wagon, for six months afterwards you saw the wagon in the possession of a Portuguese trader, who told you that he had bought it at Inyati from a white man whose name he had forgotten, and that he believed the white man with the native servant had started off for the interior on a shooting trip."
I have gone shooting trips with several of them in the course of my life, and they have always proved themselves the best and bravest and nicest fellows I ever met, though sadly given, some of them, to the use of profane language.
Then he come to dad, towin' Penn, - thet was two trips back, - an' sez he an' Penn must fish a trip fer their health.
Forward lay the windlass and its tackle, with the chain and hemp cables, all very unpleasant to trip over; the fo'c'sle stovepipe, and the gurry-butts by the fo'c'sle-hatch to hold the fish-livers.
Dad's put this duckin' act up on him two trips runnin'.
As per the clause-8 of the Directive, after returning from any foreign trip, the leading official or coordinator of the respective visit has to submit the detail report within 15 days of the visits explaining the objectives of the visit, programmes and types, expected outcomes, leader/coordinator of the visit, and designation of the participants.