What is AAI
AAI may refer to:
They fell upon the corpses of S'aai's mortal warriors; unyielding, spiked gauntlets ripping apart their pale bodies in welters of corrupt blood.
He had seen it again when the flesh forest had closed in around him, and when he had stood before S'aai, surrounded and betrayed.
S'aai simply glared, aware that the pilgrim had seen through his disdain.
Remember, Aai was small, so when she sat on that throne-like chair, her feet were dangling.
RAHI, AHMAD (1923-2002): Born Amritsar, Rahi is the author of two collections of poems in Urdu, Rut Aai Rut Jai and Rag-i-Jan.
They are locally addressed as mother, by words such as aai, amma, baa or ammavaru.
But at age ten, I came to a realization that our bodies were crammed in a room (mind you, my sister had been added by then) and what Aai and Baba were doing was 'adjusting'.
Vanik had seen such bloodshed before, but to experience it in the confines of S'aai's hall at the hands of a konroi of the Varanguard was another matter entirely.
Some enthusiasts believe that AAI systems can and will develop their own independent personalities, fundamental natures, cultures, history, beliefs and infrastructures.
Instead, he had reached down and picked up S'aai's severed head.