JAGS


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AcronymDefinition
JAGSJust Another Gibbs Sampler (statistical software)
JAGSJournal of the American Geriatrics Society
JAGSJames Allen's Girls' School (Dulwich, London, UK)
JAGSJersey Area Girls Soccer
JAGSJust Another Gaming System
JAGSJunior Amateur Golf Scholars (Cypress, CA)
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The Department of the Navy Office of General Counsel and the Navy JAG Corps work closely together as one legal team to support the Navy across the globe.
The Jags saw attendances drop by an average of 500 per home game last year despite their return to the top flight in 2014.
Jags is an important player at our club and is a real leader and example to the other players around him and we need him to be on top of his game - especially with Stones being injured.
Jags boss Jackie McNamara was hoping his side would bounce back from losing to title rivals Morton but the Greenock club are now two points ahead in top spot.
Established in 1996, Jags specialises in providing fresh quality food for weddings, private parties, corporate functions and conferences.
In Kosovo, for example, United Nations Security Counsel Resolution 1244 provides the legal basis for American military operations, and Kosovo Force JAGs frequently refer to it for guidance.
Now in their fifth year, the Jags have earned a name for themselves in rugby--but it hasn't come easy.
The Navy JAG is in the forefront of using Web video for recruiting," said Legal Insight Media President Peter Marx.
Gabriel Piccolo 6 His long ball upfield led to Jags breaking deadlock.
After the break the high-flying Jags redoubled their efforts to put the match well and truly beyond Dumbarton's reach.
Hibs were coasting after youngsters Garry O'Connor and Stephen Dobbie struck in the first half before James Grady and Adrian Madaschi levelled for Jags.
The Projag eliminates the scraping sound of metal jags against highly accurate rifle bores.