com/prnh/20130218/LA61434LOGO-d) The Amazing Race challenged the contestants to experience some of Tahiti's top adventures including skydiving from above Bora Bora's signature blue lagoon and its majestic Mt.
What does AR stand for?
AR stands for Amazing Race (reality TV show)
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- Allied Racing (Halo racing clan)
- Allotment Reconciliation
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- Alternative Radio (public affairs program)
- Altesse Royal (French: Royal Highness)
- Amateur Radio
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Over the past decade my wife and I (retired from State in 2007) have watched the "Amazing Race" program on TV (in which pairs of partners race around the world over several weeks for a million-dollar prize) and thought often that as FSOs we are so lucky that in our careers we are involved in an ongoing amazing race.
The upcoming season of CBS' Amazing Race includes a gay couple.
The Amazing Race," which occupied the timesloy last season, returns for a 12th season on Sunday, November 4th.
The Amazing Race winner details his life as a closeted Air Force captain, including a graphic account of his rape by fellow soldiers.
She finds herself, along with several of her schoolmates including the ultra-snob actress wannabe, in a televised competition (think Survivor, The Amazing Race, or perhaps, The Apprentice, and then think of their sillier offshoots) in which the TV audience chooses the winner.
But just like the small group in the ice-breaker exercise described by Gotcher, the vast national audience for Amazing Race was required to be party to the collective falsehood of homosexual "marriage.
The producers--Jerry Bruckheimer, who produced Black Hawk Down and Pearl Harbor, and Bertram van Munster, whose credits include TV's The Amazing Race and Cops--intend to tell the "compelling personal stories of the U.