== == Historically, SA stood for "Sturmabteilung" which referred to the stormtroopers or brownshirts, the Nazi Party's paramilitary wing, which in 1931-1933 (and again later) beat up opponents of the Nazis in the streets. Originally, the SS was a section of the SA but became fully autonomous in 1934. Since 1945 the abbreviation has been avoided in Germany in non-historical contexts.
The abbreviation "SA" could stand for many things. One could be the city in Texas- San Antonio. That would be the most popular "SA" that comes to mind, but there are definitely many more. (edit) SA may also stand for the nazi extreemist paramilitary that preceded the SS, the SA were taken over by the SS in a conflict in Germany known as the "night of the long knives".
SA = Shots Against
The country code and area code of Neustadt i Sa, Germany is 49, (0)3596.
Dahil sa pagaagawan sa mga lupa sa iba't ibang lugar
Sociedad Anónima = Corporation
The SA mentioned here refers to Surface Area, or how much surface the substance will cover
ang namuno sa germany ay ang tatay mo at ang nanay mo etc... AUS gyud...
Sterm Abteilung or Stormtroopers but that's just the english way of saying it
The SA is Sturmabteilung or 'storm department'. The SA (brown shirts) were effective under Hitler at intimidating all political opponents of the Nazi Party, and persecuting the Jewish population of Germany. They were instrumental in Hitler's seizure of power in Germany.
It is short for 'Deutschland', which is Germany.
no its just a coincidence
well the SA helped to get Hitler elected and the SS did the 'dirty work'.
SA stands for small arms. It is made in Japan,and sold in Europe. Their citori. SA stands for small arms. It is made in Japan,and sold in Europe. Their citori.
SA is the abbreviation for the paramilitary organization known to the world as the infamous "Brown Shirts": Sturmabteilung(storm troopers) .
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Sociedad Anonima de Capital Variada.
The English word "Germany" comes from Latin "Germania," which came from the name of a tribe of people living in what is now Germany. They were called the Germanii.