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Princeton's WordNet

  1. A-teamnoun

    a group of elite soldiers or a leadership group of advisors or workers in an organization

Wiktionary

  1. A-teamnoun

    A collection of the best talent.

    The company had an A-team of rising stars on the task force.

Rap Dictionary

  1. a-team

    Predominately white male street gang originating from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada which base their name on the surnames of three original members. They are based in Vanier.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of a-team in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of a-team in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

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  1. Kristie Mewis:

    And I was so proud of these players, the way they stepped up and handled the game, considering that some of them didnt have a chance to train properly before this camp. Lavelle also scored when the United States beat the Netherlands in Lyon, France, last year for the teams second straight World Cup title. Nine of the 11 U.S. starters for the final were in the starting lineup on Friday. Notably missing was Alex Morgan, who came in as a second-half substitute for her 170th appearance with the team. Morgan, currently playing for Tottenham, had not played for the United States since the World Cup final because she was pregnant with and gave birth to daughter Charlie. Netherlands coach Sarina Wiegman was not with the team because of a personal matter that was not related to COVID-19. Wiegman, a former Dutch midfielder who has coached the team since 2017, will take over as Englands national team coach next September, succeeding Phil Neville. Lavelle struck a left-footed goal on a break in the 41st minute. Kristie Mewis subbed in to join her younger sister on the field and scored nine minutes later. Sam Mewis was among the first to embrace her sister in celebration. I was I was so nervous to shoot it, but I just wound up and gave it the best I could. And then turning around and just realizing what had just happened and seeing Sam and Alex running towards me was so special. Its a very surreal moment for me.

  2. President George W. Bush:

    It may just be somebody who is on the team says, ‘I went to an amazing clinic and I got help and you ought to try the same thing.’ To the extent that can ripple through the vet community, it’s going to help a lot.

  3. Suzi Levine:

    It's going to take a collective effort the likes of which we have not seen before, and I feel humbled to be a part of the team that will get us there, when you roll back the clock a hundred years, I suspect Frances Perkins and Frances Perkins colleagues felt similarly as Frances Perkins and her colleagues looked at the devastation, the Depression and the oncoming World War II. I think there's a lot that we can learn from then and apply now, but with a modern context and with our modern tools.

  4. David Perron:

    Tonight was not really our team, obviously.

  5. Jasmin Chaney:

    I knew previous people that worked for the company and started off as team members and have become managers.

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