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AD

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for ANDORRA.

AD

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Principality of Andorra. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Andorran bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Andorra. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Andorra. Each Andorran Parish has its own code with the prefix "AD." For example, the code for the Parish of Canillo is ISO 3166-2:AD-02.

3. See: A-D.
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To trace this structure and its narrative consequences, News from Nowhere and Anno Domini 2000 will be contrasted in three thematic areas: the representation of government and international trade, which most starkly reveals the effects of spatial fragmentation upon each writer's conception of political collectivity; their common interest in gender equality, which most clearly demonstrates the divergent temporalities informing Morris's and Vogel's notions of progress; and the representation of the environment, which provides the greatest symbolic depth for each progress narrative.
Sebastiani Fluminis Januarii anno Domini MDCCCCXXXIX celebratum, [Vozes, Petropolis 1940?], VII-XVI + 27 pp., en latin.
(Aristotle questioningly nods toward Ptolemy) Most accurate accounts place Nicolaus at roughly 100 to 150 years AD, Anno Domini, or, years after the birth of Christ.
prior to 410 anno domini. Barbour cites 4 million years before the Christian era (B.
POPE: (singsong chant) Anno domini pax vobiscum rick santorum--oh, sorry, reflex action...
Archie MacPherson: ``And then there was Johan Cruyff, who at 35 added a whole new meaning to the word anno domini.''
His parents said they were astonished to hear pupils were no longer using AD - short for Anno Domini, the Latin for in the year of our Lord - and BC, meaning Before Christ.
This is from the concluding stanza of "Anno Domini" (1968).
Both are in good form and I expect good runs from them but maybe anno domini is beginning to tell," said the Rosewell House trainer.
Dionysius Exiguus, a Scythian monk or abbot who lived in Italy, declared the years before the Nativity as BC (before Christ) and those after as AD (anno Domini, in the year of the Lord).
Rather than starting with the year zero, years in this calendar begin with the date January 1, 1 Anno Domini (AD).