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AAU a.k.a. The Association of American Universities is a nonprofit 501 organization of 62 leading public and private research universities in the United States and Canada. Founded in 1900 to advance the international standing of U.S. research universities, AAU today focuses on issues that are important to research-intensive universities, such as funding for research, research policy issues, and graduate and undergraduate education.


Aau a.k.a. Asau Airport is a small domestic airfield located in the thick dense jungle at the northwest end of Savai'i in Samoa. The airport is in the village of Asau and mainly services chartered flights.

  • also known as 阿紹機場
  • part of Savai'i


  1. Aau a.k.a. Abau Language: Abau is a Papuan language spoken in the Sandaun Province of Papua New Guinea, primarily along the shores of the Sepik River.
    • also known as Green River, Abau
  2. Aau a.k.a. Allied American University is a division of Allied Business Schools, Inc., and is dedicated to providing the type of education that students need to succeed in today's competitive job market. AAU was accredited by the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council in June of 2008.
  3. AAU is a website.
    • also known as AAU Airport Code, Airport Code AAU, Asau Airport

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Google previewHow to Brew (2001)

Ingredients, Methods, Recipes, and Equipment for Brewing Beer at Home by John J. Palmer

Briefly, an AAU is a measuremet unit for hops, which add balancing bitterness to the beer. The actual unit for measuring bitterness in beer is the IBU, for which the AAU is a constituent. The AAU is obtained by multiplying the alpha acid rating of ...

Google previewBrewing Made Easy (2013)

A Step-by-Step Guide to Making Beer at Home by Joe Fisher, Dennis Fisher

AAU is a measure of the bitterness potential of hops for a given volume of beer. AAU is determined by multiplying the percentage of alpha acids in a given hop variety by the number of ounces used. For instance, 2 ounces of Cascade hops ( 5 ...

Google previewPerturbation Theory of Eigenvalue Problems (1969)

by Franz Rellich

Then the operator A0u = AAu is a Hermitian operator on 2) and, since (u, A0u) = Иu|2 dr, A0 on £ is bounded below.

Google previewThe economic crisis and its consequences for the environment and environmental policy (2010)

by Adriaan Perrels

AAU is an cap and trade mechanism, and the latter two mechanisms deal with actual project based reduction. It defines the total volume of green house gases ( GHGs) in units of one tonne CO2e – that each Annex B country is allowed to emit ...

Google previewUveitis and Immunological Disorders (2008)

Progress III by Uwe Pleyer, John V. Forrester

The typical phenotype of HLA- B27- positive AAU is that of abrupt onset of unilateral, often alternating, nongranulomatous AAU, ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Indianapolis (1994)

by David J. Bodenhamer, Robert G. Barrows

They organized the Sports Capitol Committee, and with promises of financing from local bankers, persuaded the AAU to choose Indianapolis as its new headquarters in May, 1970. Since 1979 the annual James E. Sullivan award dinner has ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Track and Field (2012)

by Peter Matthews

AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION (AAU). The governing body of the ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Women's Education in the United States (1998)

by Linda Eisenmann

The CWA shied away from other women's sports that were gaining in popularity outside higher education, such as track and field, which was overseen by the male-dominated Amateur Athletic Union (AAU). As elite female college athletes ...

Google previewA Tahitian and English dictionary, with introductory remarks on the Polynesian language, and a short grammar of the Tahitian dialect (1978)

by Jerbert John Davies

the heart or mind; the affections; the conscience; courage or spirit Aau, s, the handle of a tool; the stalk of fruit; the stones and rubbish filled up in the wall of a marae –s, the name of a species of the ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Progressive Era (2009)

by Catherine Cocks, Peter C. Holloran, Alan Lessoff

AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION (AAU). Founded in 1888 amid disputes over amateur versus professional athletics, the AAU served as the governing body for nonprofessional sports such as track and field, cycling, boxing, fencing, gymnastics, ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Boxing (2013)

by John Grasso

AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION (AAU). The Amateur Athletic Union was founded in 1888 and administered amateur boxing (along with most other amateur sports) in the United States until 1978. In that year, the United States Congress passed ...

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Rakha ho tuma pruthibi tumathi
Mo pruthibire mate rahibaku dia.
Mo pruthibi nahin kouthi
Bruthare tume aethi nasta karuchha
Samaya andali andali andharare.
Aete belaku mu pareikalini
Samasta rasta aau
Tume kahuchha raha raha. (Gajanan Mishra)
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