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Answer for the clue "Small power sources", 4 letters:
aaas

Alternative clues for the word aaas

Penlight batteries

Motorists' clubs, in brief

Some batteries

Some small batteries

Remote fillers, maybe

Small cells

Some digital camera batteries

Some mouse cells

Shoe widths

Word definitions for aaas in dictionaries

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
AAAS \AAAS\ n. 1. the American Association for the Advancement of Science, an organization with headquarters in Washington, D.C. Its goal is to advance the physical and social sciences, and it publishes a weekly journal Science, with original research articles...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
init. 1 (w: American Academy of Arts and Sciences) 2 (w: American Academy of Asian Studies) 3 (w: American Association for the Advancement of Science) 4 (w: Australian Association for the Advancement of Science)

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
AAAS may refer to: Organizations: American Academy of Arts and Sciences , an honorary society and center for policy research American Association for the Advancement of Science , an organization that supports scientific collaboration, education, and outreach...

Usage examples of aaas.

Some seats and tables in the center at the front were reserved for the current AAAS president, Irwin Schatz, a physics Nobel Laureate, who was nominally hosting and chairing the event, along with several officials from major scientific agencies and their administrative assistants.

Although it was tough to zero in and talk with specific scientists at AAAS, there were some great computerized reference works in the Exhibition Hall and even some print books that were handy, and I was able to talk with a few people, almost by accident, just looking around at name tags and also searching out particular exhibitors, one of which, interestingly, was Genetique, of Gaithersburg, Maryland.

The media had a bonanza, capturing red-faced, spluttering professors hurling pejoratives from the floor, the AAAS president pulping a file folder on the edge of his table as he shouted for order, and Sariena at the podium, quiet and dignified, waiting while one mêlée after another erupted and subsided.

See also AAAS 1992, for Schoch's views on the recarving of the Sphinx's head.