“Some people said it was an inappropriate project for a man,” he told USA Today.
But the recent passage of the amended USA Freedom Act through the House seems to suggest there is an alternative.
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also U.S.A., abbreviation of United States of America, in use by 1814 in addresses, etc.; not common otherwise before c.1920. Before then it often also meant United States Army.