abbr. general and administrative (e.g. G&A Costs)
G&A might refer to:
- Selling, General and Administrative Expenses, an accounting concept
- George & Alana, a 90s television show
- Guns & Ammo, a magazine dedicated to firearms and related topics
Usage examples of "g&a".
I know you will think this 88 L E G E N D is horl 1h1c Of me, but I like it when a beautiful woman like you Pulls away from me in fear of what I miGht be seekinG from her.
L E G E N D iDe it was because the siGht of his broad, muscular back inade lier hands tremble, but she started talkinG about her world.
I can only see L E G E N D his eyes because the lower half of his face is covered with a black cloth.
L E G E N D Then she heard voices in the back and went throuGh a curtain into a storaGe room.
UsinG a comb, a round hairbrush, and about three pounds of hairpins, she manaGed to 23 Jude Deveraux L E G E N D sweep her thick wavy hair into a hiGh pouf off her face, then allowed lonG dark curls to tumble down her back.
Never in her life had Kady seen anythinG as enticinG as the view 28 L E G E N D of hcr Own apartment.
His hair was dark blond, his skin 34 L E G E N D li,jitly tanned, and for the first time, Kady noticed that he was one Got-Geous hunk.
What if they were the Good I L E G E N D Guys and this man was a murderer and that was the reason they had been about to hanG him?
Rabbit cooked in wine, or baked in a crust, or 48 L E G E N D smothcl, d in twice-whipped potatoes.
Either she 49 Jude Deveraux L E G E N D needed some assertiveness traininG or this man needed a course in believinG women were autonomous.
L E G E N D ,,loncy, she thouGht as the kids looked into their palms, then took off runninG in the direction of the ice cream parlor that she knew was just around a bend in the road.
L E G E N D As Kady walked up and over this hill, past the hedGe, the town seemcd to chanGe.
Harwood and his men into turmoil as 92 L E G E N D they tried to fiGure out who was shootinG at them.
She started to pull away, but his arms were locked 108 L E G E N D about her.
I knew 1 1 2 L E G E N D that if I could take a horrible old restaurant like that, and turn it around, then I alone would Get credit, And afterward I could Get a job anywhere as head chef, not as an assistant, or I could obtain financinG to open my own restaurant.