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AAA, or Triple-A is a three-letter acronym or abbreviation, and may refer to:
- a rank on an alphabetical grading scale (two ranks higher than 'grade A')
- Anti-aircraft artillery
- Adopt-An-Alleyway Youth Empowerment Project, San Francisco, California
- Alberta Association of Architects, a regulatory body
- The morse code for aerial attacker, used in conjunction with SOS
Arts and entertainment
- Allied Artists Association, an exhibiting society in London founded in 1908
- American Abstract Artists, an artist-run organization formed in 1936 to promote and foster public understanding of abstract art
- Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution archive in Washington, D.C.
- Asia Art Archive, a nonprofit organisation documenting the recent history of contemporary art in Asia
- Associated American Artists, an art gallery and art marketing business
- AAA (band), a Japanese pop band
- "AAA", the sixth track on City (Strapping Young Lad album)
- Access All Areas, a series of music CDs by the Scotland rock band Runrig
- Adult album alternative, a radio format
- Against All Authority (-AAA-), an American ska-punk band
- American Accordionists' Association
- Angels & Airwaves, an American alternative rock band, also commonly referred to as "AVA"
- AntAcidAudio, an independent record label
- Triple A (musical group), Dutch trance group
- AAA Gaming industry, or AAA (pronounced "triple A") is a classification term used for games in the video game industry.
- TripleA, an open source wargame.
- Triple-A (baseball), the highest level of North American minor league baseball
- American Airlines Arena, a sports and entertainment venue in Miami, Florida, and the Miami Heat's home stadium
- Asistencia Asesoría y Administración, a Mexican wrestling promotion
- Amateur Athletic Association of England
- Arkansas Activities Association
- Asian Athletics Association
- Montreal AAA, Canada's oldest athletic association
- AAA Bond credit rating
- American Accounting Association
- American Arbitration Association
- American Academy of Actuaries
- Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933, US federal legislation
- Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, US federal legislation
- Argentine Anticommunist Alliance, an Argentinian far-right death squad of the mid-1970s
- Alianza Americana Anticomunista ("American Anticommunist Alliance" in Spanish), a paramilitary far-right Colombian organization, 1978–1979
- Alianza Apostólica Anticomunista, in Spain; see 1977 Massacre of Atocha
- Puerto Rico Aqueducts and Sewers Authority (AAA for its acronym in Spanish)
- American Ambulance Association
- American Automobile Association a motor club, also called "Triple A"
- Australian Automobile Association, a member of the FIA
- Agricultural Adjustment Administration, a US government agency created in the 1930's.
Science and technology
- Cavaticovelia aaa (aaa water treader), an insect from Hawaii
- Angle-angle-angle, see Similarity (geometry)
- Amateur Achievement Award of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific
- Association of Autonomous Astronauts
- AAA, IATA airport code of Anaa Airport in French Polynesia
- AAA, ICAO airline code of Ansett Australia, an Australian airline
- AAA, FAA airport code of Logan County Airport (Illinois)
- Antique Airplane Association
- AAA protocol, "Authentication, Authorization and Accounting", an access control, policy enforcement and auditing framework for computing systems
- Amiga Advanced Architecture chipset, hardware for a proposed Commodore Amiga computer
- ASCII adjust after addition, an Intel BCD opcode
- The highest of the three levels of web site accessibility measured by Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
- AAA proteins (ATPases Associated with various cellular Activities)
- Triple A syndrome
- Abdominal aortic aneurysm
- American Association of Anatomists
- Alliance Against Arthritis
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