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aspirin, drug that has anti-inflammatory and antipyretic effects, medication used to relieve pain; aspirin pill, pill that contains aspirin
organization that unites sailors and sailing enthusiasts
association founded in 1920 by American soybean farmers and extension workers in an effort to promote the crop and increase profit opportunities

Abbreviation for acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin)

\as"a\ (&?;), n. [nl. asa, of oriental origin; cf. per. azā mastic, ar. asā healing, isā remedy.] an ancient name of a gum. [
physician, son of abijah and grandson of rehoboam, was the third king of judah. he was zealous in maintaining the true worship of god, and in rooting all idolatry, with its accompanying immoralities, out of the land (1 kings 15:8-14). the lord gave him and his land rest and prosperity. it is recorded of him, however, that in his old age, when afflicted, he "sought not to the lord, but to the physicians" (comp. jer. 17:5). he died in the forty-first year of his reign, greatly honoured by his people (2 chr. 16:1-13), and was succeeded by his son jehoshaphat.

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(physician, or cure).
→ Son of Abijah and third king of Judah. (B.C. 956-916.) (His long reign of 41 years was peaceful in its earlier portion, and he undertook the reformation of all abuses, especially of idolatry. He burnt the symbol of his grandmother Maachah's religion and deposed her from the dignity of "king's mother,") and renewed the great altar which the idolatrous priests apparently had desecrated. (2 Chronicles 15:8) Besides this he fortified cities on his frontiers, and raised an army, amounting, according to (2 Chronicles 14:8) to 580,000 men, a number probably exaggerated by an error of the copyist. During Asa's reign, Zerah, at the head of an enormous host, (2 Chronicles 14:9) attacked Mareshah. There he was utterly defeated, and driven back with immense loss to Gerar. The peace which followed this victory was broken by the attempt of Baasha of Israel to fortify Ramah. To stop this Asa purchased the help of Benhadad I. king of Damascus, by a large payment of treasure, forced Baasha to abandon his purpose, and destroyed the works which he had begun at Ramah. In his old age Asa suffered from gout, He died, greatly loved and honored, in the 41st year of his reign.
→ Ancestor of Berechiah a Levite who resided in one of the villages of the Netophathites after the return from Babylon. (1 Chronicles 9:16)

Exposure Index or speed rating that denotes the film sensitivity, defined by the American National Standards Institution. Actually defined only for black-and-white films, but also used in the trade for color films.

Microsoft Visual InterDev File
Active Server Document

Autoland Status Annunciator - American Standards Association

ASA as an abbreviation or initialism may refer to:

  • Acoustical Society of America
  • Advertising Standards Authority (disambiguation)
  • African Studies Association
  • Aid to Southeast Asia, a non-governmental organization
  • Airline Superintendents Association of Trinidad & Tobago
  • Air Services Australia, air traffic management and related services provider for Australia
  • Albany Students' Association, at Massey University's Albany Campus in Auckland, New Zealand
  • Alpha Sigma Alpha (ΑΣΑ), U.S. national sorority
  • Amateur Softball Association, national governing body of Softball
  • Amateur Swimming Association, UK governing body for swimming
  • American Sailing Association
  • American Scientific Affiliation, an organization of Christians in science
  • American Seniors Association
  • American Society for Aesthetics
  • American Society of Agronomy
  • American Society of Anesthesiologists
  • American Society of Appraisers
  • American Sociological Association
  • American Sportscasters Association
  • American Staffing Association
  • American Standards Association, name of the American National Standards Institute from 1928 to 1966
  • American Statistical Association
  • American Student Assistance
  • American Studies Association
  • American Stroke Association, or American Heart Association
  • American Sunbathing Association, former name of the American Association for Nude Recreation
  • American Synesthesia Association
  • Americans for Safe Access, marijuana law reform group
  • Associate of the Society of Actuaries
  • Association of Social Anthropologists
  • Association of Southeast Asia
  • Astronomical Society of Australia, the professional society of astronomers in Australia
  • Australian Society of Authors, the peak professional association for Australian literary creators
  • Austrian Service Abroad, provider of alternative Austrian national service
  • Austrian Space Agency
  • Austrian Studies Association  
  • Autism Society of America
  • United States Army Security Agency, the U.S. Army's electronic intelligence arm

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Asa may refer to:
In people:
  • Asa (name), a given name (including a list of persons with the name)
  • Asa people, an ethnic group of Tanzania
  • Asa language, of the Asa people
  • Asa, god of the Kamba people ethnic group in Kenya
  • Aṣa, a Nigerian French singer-songwriter and recording artist
  • Asa of Judah, a king of Judah according to the Bible
  • Asa (rapper), a Finnish rapper

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Åsa [pronounced aw-suh] is a female first name in Sweden and Norway. Among the bearers are:
  • Åsa Domeij, former politician for the Swedish Green Party
  • Åsa Larsson, Swedish crime-writer
  • Åsa Svensson, Swedish tennis player

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Alpha Sigma Alpha (ΑΣΑ) is a United States National Panhellenic sorority founded on November 15, 1901 at the Virginia State Female Normal School (later known as Longwood College and now known as Longwood University) in Farmville, Virginia. The purpose of the association is to cultivate the relationship among members. Alpha Sigma Alpha promotes high ideal and standards for its members throughout their lives by emphasizing balance among four aims of intellectual, physical, social and spiritual development. With the effort of each member, Alpha Sigma Alpha became a full member of National Panhellenic Conference in 1951. The insignia of Alpha Sigma Alpha are the star, crown, palm tree and phoenix. The star represents the aspirations of Alpha Sigma Alphas to live up to the values of the Sorority. The crown represents leadership attained and the name of recognition given to our alumnae. The palm tree represents an emblem of sturdy development. The phoenix, the central symbol in our coat-of-arms, openly represents the reorganization of the Sorority that occurred in 1914. There are currently over 175 chapters of Alpha Sigma Alpha nationwide with more than 120,000 members.

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In Old Norse, (or , plural ; feminine , plural ) is the term denoting a member of the principal pantheon in the indigenous Germanic religion known as Norse religion. This pantheon includes Odin, Frigg, Thor, Baldr and Týr. The second pantheon comprises the Vanir. In Norse mythology, the two pantheons wage the Æsir-Vanir War, which results in a unified pantheon.

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386/udp ASA Message Router Object Def.

American Standard Association; Aspect Angle

Aspirin is one of the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.

altar| structure for sacrifice| pyre; sanctuary; home; refuge| shelter

automatic spectrum analyzer

physician; cure

Antarctic Support Associates

The exposure index or speed rating of a film which denotes the film's sensitivity.

American Standards Association

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ASA Message Router Object Def.

    MedMaster - Aspirin
    USP DI - Salicylates (Systemic)
    USP DI - Dipyridamole and Aspirin (Systemic)
    USP DI - Aspirin, Sodium Bicarbonate, and Citric Acid (Systemic)

acetylsalicylic acid

American Standard Association (ANSI today)

independent trade body set up by advertisers, media owners and agencies to monitor/police and regulate the industry; some argue that their powers are ineffectual (see RMD - communications link).

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Designs, develops, markets and supports proprietary enterprise and point solution software for the electronic time and labor recording market, catalog direct marketers, legal and tire dealer markets.

Alaska Airlines (USA)

An ancient name of a gum.

Country code for: American Samoa
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physician, son of Abijah and grandson of Rehoboam, was the third king of Judah. He was zealous in maintaining the true worship of God, and in rooting all idolatry, with its accompanying immoralities, out of the land (1 Kings 15:8-14). The Lord gave him and his land rest and prosperity. It is recorded of him, however, that in his old age, when afflicted, he "sought not to the Lord, but to the physicians" (comp. Jer. 17:5). He died in the forty-first year of his reign, greatly honoured by his people (2 Chr. 16:1-13), and was succeeded by his son Jehoshaphat.

Acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin)

Autoland status annunciator.

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