What is gaa
gaa may refer to: GAA may stand for:
Gaelic Athletic Association
Nick Blaney's bar looked more like a slaughterhouse than a pub, as sportsmen and players of good cheer gathered to congratulate each other before the GAA banquet to celebrate the all-Derry finals.
Even the GAA matches he attended were for charity.
Gaa!" cried Zhan, her brow bent as she reached for her baby doll.
Molly looked to the ceiling and saw the bright GAA jerseys weaved together into one great flag that covered the entire roof.
Then I pick up GAA's beautiful, silver and enamel brush and run it through my hair, which looks nice and shiny and silky.
Several years after the GAA, an urban and sophisticated counterpart, the Gaelic League, came into being, spearheading a renaissance of the ancient language and culture.
Even if, say, in two years we decide to marry, don't you think my mom will notice two grooms?" Gaa .
She’s bulling, I can tell, because tonight is the Knock Rangers GAA dinner-dance and she needs to be in her dress and sitting at the bar in Dick’s by 7 p.m.
The high dose GAA treatment improved muscle strength so much that both birds could right themselves when flipped on their backs.
Crocker heard him scream, "Ee e!" -(no!)- "Gaa n'hi!" -(continue forward).