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AGUSAccount Generation Utility System
AGUSAtypical Glandular Cells of Undetermined Significance
AGUSAttorney General of the United States
AGUSArtificial Genito-Urinary Sphincter
AGUSArmenian Genocide Union of Sites
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Miller, The Attorney General as the President's Lawyer, in THE ROLES OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES 41, 51 (1968)).
The only trace he leaves in history, besides the anecdote about the cooking oil, and the new college buildings, is that his son, an attorney general of the United States, learned the most important lessons of life at his father's knee.
Debarring officials may now debar a contractor based on a determination by the Secretary of Homeland Security or the Attorney General of the United States.
It will be sent to the attorney general of the United States.
The attorney general of the United States moves to punish people on the basis of secret evidence, the Kafkaesque hallmark of tyranny.
Reno was the first woman Attorney General of the United States of America.
The new Attorney General of the United States and last year's Democratic candidate for Vice President have joined the speaker line-up for the 2001 Congressional City Conference.
Battered but unbowed, pro-life former Senator John Aschroft is now the Attorney General of the United States.
And then that brother, the attorney general of the United States, learns from the director of the FBI (the one man he most fears) that his brother, the president, was consorting with a woman tied to those very same criminals.
Secretary of the Treasury, and Janet Reno, the Attorney General of the United States, in connection with an order of the United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico concerning the release of tax return information to an unrelated taxpayer (Copies of the letters were provided to the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, the Chief Counsel, and the Solicitor General.
The action was filed on February 14, 1997, by Margaret Peebler and Tim Nay, the first President of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, against Janet Reno, Attorney General of the United States.
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