According to the AP, as of October, there were only four people still alive who be affected by this legislation.
The AP hack, however, was done to cause “damage to the U.S. economy.”
"Right now the family is in mourning," Cass's grandfather, Walter Laro, told the AP.
abbreviation of Associated Press, first recorded 1879; the organization was founded May 1848 as co-operative news gathering effort among New York City newspaper publishers covering the war with Mexico.
form of Latin ad- before words beginning in -p-; see ad-.
patronymic prefix in Welsh names, earlier map "son," cognate with Gaelic mac. Since 17c. merged into surnames (Ap Rhys = Price, Ap Evan = Bevan, etc.).
It is said that a Welshman who evidently was not willing to be surpassed in length of pedigree, when making out his genealogical tree, wrote near the middle of his long array of 'aps' -- "about this time Adam was born." ["Origin and Significance of our Names," "The Chautauquan," Oct. 1887-July 1888]
Variant of ad-.
Variant of apo-.