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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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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.
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'.
MyTripKarma utilizes the power of social media to help people plan the perfect trip with their friends and family.
Inbound tourism trips this year have reached 438,000, with excluding cost of international transport, the spending of inbound tourists in the Kingdom is estimated to be around SR 920 million, averaging SR 2,099 per tourism trip.
Targeted trip mission strategies that are integrated within overall marketing and merchandising plans will become integral to growth.
A trip to the Getty Villa Malibu, including lunch at Gladstone's, will leave at 10:30 a.
The objectives of the trip are fundamental to effective media relations in this market: provide the editors with a meaningful learning experience; coordinate interviews with knowledgeable sources; and let them research and tell their own stories," says Bob Bowman, G&S senior vice president.
The trip started off in Houston at the Make A Wish Benefit.
The study assessed pre- and post-trip changes to self-concept and explores the effects of pre-trip motivation, trip length, program modality, post-trip satisfaction, and participant gender on these changes.
Although numerous studies have been conducted to explore cognitive or affective aspects of field-based instruction, as Orion and Hofstein (1991) points out, most of them utilize qualitative methods in evaluations and presently, no certain agreement exists among empirical findings whether field trip enhances students' achievement.