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Possible Answers: AHA, EEK, OHO, GASP, YIPE.
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Random information on the term “AHA”:
The Allianz vun Humanisten, Atheisten an Agnostiker (English: Alliance of Humanists, Atheists and Agnostics) is a Luxembourgish association that serves the interests of atheists, humanists, skeptics and agnostics in the Grand-Duchy. It also explicitly supports secularist positions. Its official abbreviation is A.H.A. Lëtzebuerg; usually this is shortened to AHA, sometimes with an extra exclamation mark. The AHA was founded on 13 May 2010 as an association without lucrative purpose (asbl). AHA is a member of the European Humanist Federation and the International Humanist and Ethical Union. The current chair is biologist Laurent Schley.
For historical reasons, especially because of the century-long subordination to the House of Habsburg, a great part of the Luxembourgish population is formally a member of the Roman Catholic Church (2002: 94%). Their position is strengthened to this day by several privileges granted to this religious community, be it by treaty or informally. The traditionally strongest party in the Luxembourgish Parliament, the Christian Social People’s Party (CSV), tends to support the Catholic Church. The Luxemburger Wort, the country’s largest newspaper, belongs to the Saint-Paul Luxembourg publishing group, of which the Catholic Church is also the largest shareholder.
Random information on the term “EEK”:
Eek (Iik in Central Alaskan Yup’ik) is a city in Bethel Census Area, Alaska, United States. At the 2010 census the population was 296.
Eek is derived from an Eskimo word meaning “two eyes”. It has frequently been noted on lists of unusual place names.
Eek is located at 60°13′7″N 162°1′33″W / 60.21861°N 162.02583°W / 60.21861; -162.02583 (60.218662, -162.025928).
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 1.0-square-mile (2.6 km2), of which 0.9-square-mile (2.3 km2) is land and 0.1-square-mile (0.26 km2) (12.38%) is water.
Eek is serviced by one airport, due southwest of the village. A second (former) airport east of the village is the current site of a cellular transmission tower, but the runway remains in marginally usable condition and is occasionally used by private aircraft. A town dock provides access to the Eek River, which feeds into the Kuskokwim providing access to most surrounding villages by boat. During winter months many residents utilize travel by snow machine and trails are laid out between the villages in the area. Trails from Eek run to Quinhagak to the south, Tuntutuliak to the west and the Bethel area to the north.