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AUGAugust
AUGAugment
AUGAugustus (title for a Roman emperor)
AUGAugmentation
AUGAustralian University Games
AUGApple User Group
AUGAxalon Underground (webpage)
AUGArmee-Universal-Gewehr (German: Army Universal Gun)
AUGAmerican Underwriters Group
AUGAdd-ons & Upgrades
AUGAugusta Railroad Company
AUGAdministrative Unit Group (IETF)
AUGAugusta, ME, USA - Maine State (Airport Code)
AUGARCNET User Group eV
AUGapplication user group (US DoD)
AUGAntelope Users Group
AUGAl-Azhar University of Gaza (Gaza-Strip - Palestine)
AUGAutomatic Universal Gerwehr
AUGArab United Group (importing and exporting; Cairo, Egypt)
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In January a August the trade balance deficit amounted to EUR 1,861.
August 2, 2012 (SPAIN): Spanish authorities arrested three suspected al-Qa'ida militants who were allegedly plotting to attack in "Spain and/or other European countries.
Friday, August 26, 2011, in the funeral home, funeral service 11 a.
The men's team pursuit starts on August 17 with the qualifying round at 3am and the first round at 11.
Caerleon Roman Fortress - June 20; Caernarfon Castle - June 27; Conwy Castle - June 29 & 30; Cardiff Castle - July 4 to 6; Harlech Castle - July 17; Denbigh Castle - July 18; Pembroke Castle - August 24
August Mack worked with Kroot to prepare and implement an effective plan in the event of a spill or leak.
On August 26, 2005, Wilson revealed to a reporter friend, Christopher Rawson of The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, that he was dying of liver cancer.
Despite the title, which implies that this book focuses on August 4, Michael Fitzsimmons actually dwells little on the events of the crowded session that occurred in the evening.
7 percent in August from the same month last year, the Los Angeles-based California Association of Realtors reported.
According to Insignia/ESG's September 2002 "i on the market" reports, 161 of 208 new leases completed in August were for units of less than 10,000 SF and, with the exception of several renewals, none were larger than 47,000 SF.
August 1--Smith was quoted in a Cato Policy Analysis on the Biosafety Protocol.