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AcronymDefinition
AGBAsymptotic Giant Branch (HR diagram for stars)
AGBAllgemeine Geschäftsbedingungen (German: General terms and conditions / Standard business conditions)
AGBGame Boy Advance
AGBAktionsgruppe Babynahrung
AGBAdvanced Gameboy
AGBAlt.guitar.bass (newsgroup)
AGBAssociation of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges
AGBAdjustable Gastric Band (bariatric surgery)
AGBIce Breaker (USCG)
AGBAugsburg, Germany - Muehlhausen (Airport Code)
AGBAlliance for Global Business
AGBAccessory Gearbox
AGBAudits of Great Britain
AGBAgricultural Business Management
AGBAfter Grog Bog
AGBAutomatic Gear Box
AGBAutonomous Guided Bomb
AGBAir Guard Base (US military)
AGBAmerican Guitar & Band
AGBAlumni Giving Back (Spanish university)
AGBA Gaming Brotherhood (forum)
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Among the topics are the evolution and nucleo-synthesis of extremely metal-poor AGB stars, the second release of the Torun Catalogue of galactic post-AGB stars, double chemistry in galactic bulge planetary nebulae, and the role of AGB stars in the global gas and dust budget of the Large Magellanic cloud.
Stuart possesses a unique combination of strong technical expertise and business experience that will be key to cultivating our consultant, broker and customer relationships, as well as market development activities in the region," said Mark Jardin, current AGB managing director in the Middle East and Africa.
In the Middle East and Africa, AGB operates with over 100 employees across four offices.
To engage employees, AGB has created tools and information specifically for globally mobile populations, including:
He said a statement issued by Arthur Anderson Partners - administrators for AGB Research - had "demonstrated conclusively" Mr Brown had bought the flat in the normal fashion on the open market.
The flat, near the Houses of Parliament, had been owned by AGB Research, a TV polling company which collapsed when Maxwell drowned in 1991.
Mr Brown bought the Westminster flat for pounds 130,000 in 1992 from the administrators of failed TV polling firm AGB Research which owned the flat before Mr Maxwell's empire collapsed.
We have lodged a complaint with the National Food Survey as we believe its figures are incorrect and not reflected by the far more accurate and robust AGB household consumption figures," said BEIC chairman Andrew Parker.
According to the latest figures from AGB, sales in the vegetable and rice mix category have grown by five percent in the last two years, while recipe dishes are up 78%.
WASHINGTON -- Opening the 2012 annual meeting for the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges, AGB President Richard Legon told the attendees that the nation's "vibrant higher education system is the True North for America's civic well-being, our economy, and our national security.
Kenny Jacobs, Ryanair chief marketing officer and the man behind the AGB programme, said the changes make sense for Liverpool, where Ryanair has flown from for 27 years and operated a base here for the past 10.
College and university boards of trustees can play more of a leadership role in advancing the value proposition of higher education and leading our institutions to a stronger future," said Richard Legon, AGB President.