AGGIE


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AGGIEAgricultural (agricultural school, college or a student there)
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Aggie sparked a row when she refused to wear pants under her costume and removed hooks which prevented viewers getting an eyeful.
You don't see Aggie wearing a uniform but you always see her wearing a lovely smile.
Our Spanish Network is a brilliant addition to cater to many fans who are faithful Aggie followers and part of a fast-growing demographic in the state of Texas," Eric Hyman, A&M's director of athletics, said in a statement.
Queen of Clean Aggie considers that valuable therapy.
This is A&M's third trip to the Pepsi meet in the past four years, and while the Aggies have exacted their revenge at the end of the season at the NCAA championships, they were second in 2010 and third last season.
The Aggie Bus rolled onto the streets carrying passengers today; just 16 months after USU demonstrated the first high-power, high-efficiency wireless power transfer system capable of transferring enough energy to quickly charge an electric vehicle.
New windows and shutters cost Aggie more than pounds 4,000 to repair.
The Doha Aggie Club's largest donation to date, it will benefit the university's scholarship fund.
Aggie Engineer went straight to the front of the field of five as expected, but Slew's Tiznow and rider Garrett Gomez seized the lead in the final sixteenth and won by a half-length, covering a mile in 1:36.
Asked whether she'd ever been approached to go on the show, Aggie replied: "Well, I was a few years ago, but ask me in five years'' time.
Aggie studied in Aberdeen, then went to London to work at the Foreign Office.
Aggie, 53, served two years after moving to London in 1975 for a Foreign Office job.