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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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Lost two this trip a'ready, - on sandy bottom, too, - an' dad says next one he loses, sure's fish-in', he'll give him the kelleg.
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.
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.
They can also ask their friends and experts for their opinions about your trip via social media, as well as share your own opinions and experiences about trips others are planning.
Quoting the exact figures the report indicated that the numbers of domestic tourism trips during the current school mid-term break were 1,013,000 with a total spent of SR 2.
Examining holiday and business trips separately, the latter were more affected by the financial crisis than holiday trips.
5 shopping trips each month to all outlets in 2001.
To make a reservation for any of these trips, call the Trips & Tours Department at (661) 259-9444, Ext.
Impacts of Wilderness-Based Expedition Trips on Participants' Self-Esteem Tomas Amodio and Sarah Richardson, tomasamodio@yahoo.
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.