AGAR


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AcronymDefinition
AGARAgriculture Acquisition Regulation (US Department of Agriculture)
AGARArmy Ground Accident Report
AGARAdvisory Group of Applied Research
AGARAustralian Group on Antimicrobial Resistance (Perth, Western Australia, Australia)
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Last December, Agar and his office manager, Mohamed Eldoud were arrested along with opposition leader Farouk Abu Issa, and the prominent rights activist, Amin Maki Madani, following their return from Addis Ababa after signing the "Sudan Call" accord with rebel groups.
Agar, who was in charge of Hull for four seasons from 2008, succeeded John Kear at Wakefield in October 2011 and defied expectations by guiding them to a play-off spot in his first campaign on the back of a club Super League record run of seven successive wins.
Lab M's range of media for the detection of sulphite-reducing anaerobic organisms also includes Differential Reinforced Clostridial Medium ISO, Perfringens Agar OPSP and Perfringens Agar TSC.
Agar said that he had a good bowling session with his new coach in the nets, adding that he came up with some interesting ideas and puts a different perspective on spin bowling.
That led to Agar being one of the nominees for coach of the year but he has been unable to inspire a similar rise this campaign.
The four chromogenic media were compared with blood agar and evaluated in terms of sensitivity, specificity, ease of use, and cost.
But Agar, 46, admitted theft and has now been given a suspended prison sentence.
Few had heard of Ashton Agar before Aussie coach Darren Lehmann shocked everyone by naming him in his team.
However, in partnership with Phil Hughes, Agar turned things round in stunning fashion as he made a Test record 98 as a No.
Agar took guard after James Anderson (five for 85) had this morning kick-started a rush of five wickets for nine runs as Australia lurched to 117 for nine.
Agar missed out on a maiden firstclass hundred when he pulled Stuart Broad to Graeme Swann at deep midwicket.
Agar was 69 and Hughes 63 at the interval after coming together at Trent Bridge with Australia crumbling at 117-9 following James Anderson's five-wicket haul.