Sep 28, 2012 Appaloosa is said to be stakeholder of AMR, US Airways.
What does Appy stand for?
Appy stands for appaloosa (horse)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of Appy
- Asosiasi Pengusaha Pembenihan Udang (Indonesian: Prawn Breeding Entrepreneur Association)
- Average Profit Per User
- Abaxial Proper Palmar Vein
- Antro-Pyloric Pressure Waves
- Aquarium and Pond Plants of the World (journal)
- Asymmetric Parallel-Plate Waveguide Luneburg Lens (usualy seen as APWLL)
- Association of Private Pension and Welfare Plans
- Anterior-Posterior Pelvic X-Ray
- Application eXcellence (4GL software development tool)
- Accordo di Programma Quadro
- Advanced Placement Question
- All People Quilt (Better Homes and Gardens)
- Ames Piano Quartet (Ames, IA)
- Analysis and Pharmaceutical Quality (various organizations)
- Armaments Planning Questionnaire
- Art Pepper Quartet (jazz group)
- As-Purchased Quantity (culinary)
- Asociacion de Proveedores de Quintana Roo (Spanish: Providers Association of Quintana Roo; Mexico)
Samples in periodicals archive:
David Tepper, head of Appaloosa Management, cashed in after buying huge numbers of shares in struggling banks in February.
APPALOOSA (Cert 15, 110 mins) STARRING Ed Harris, Viggo Mortensen, Renee Zellweger and Jeremy Irons, Appaloosa ambles through similar dramatic terrain to Clint Eastwood's Oscar-winning Unforgiven, only with a sappy love story supplanting the internal conflict and dissipating any dramatic tension, and Irons providing a poor substitute for Gene Hackman's villainous scenery-chewing.
The 61st National Appaloosa Show and the 2008 World Championship Appaloosa Youth Show, held June 23-July 5, offered more than $100,000 in cash and prizes to the winners of competition events.
The burghers of Appaloosa hire the pair to bring the law to their dusty town terrorized by the gang of a rich rancher turned brigand (played by Jeremy Irons, using Daniel Day-Lewis's I-drink-your-milkshake Mid-Atlantic accent).