AGCY

(redirected from agency)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to agency: Agency theory, Job agency
AcronymDefinition
AGCYAgency
References in classic literature ?
Lady from the Stenographer's Agency to see about the position," said Pitcher.
Countermand that order with the agency, Pitcher, and don't bring any more of 'em in here.
He went further, and in a private talk with Hermann told him to keep his eyes open for an automobile agency and garage, for there was no reason that he should not be able to run both establishments successfully.
Oh, by the way," said Stepan Arkadyevitch, "I wanted to ask you, some time when you see Pomorsky, to drop him a hint that I should be very glad to get that new appointment of secretary of the committee of the amalgamated agency of the southern railways and banking companies.
All this was done in the course of the following day, and by evening, the whole party arrived at the agency of the Kansas tribe.
But if the great end proposed by it be spiritual, the agency employed to accomplish that end is purely earthly; and, although the object in view be the achievement of much good, that agency may nevertheless be productive of evil.
Moreover, this agency may long escape discovery from the probability of trees, especially those loaded with stones, floating beneath the surface.
We feel surprise when travellers tell us of the vast dimensions of the Pyramids and other great ruins, but how utterly insignificant are the greatest of these, when compared to these mountains of stone accumulated by the agency of various minute and tender animals
Well," sighed Miss Maxwell whimsically, "prodigy or pearl, the Randall Protective Agency may pull Rebecca in opposite directions, but nevertheless she will follow her saint.
tree is a beneficient agency of civilization and an important factor
civilization and enlightenment, despite their obvious agency in this
Others contended that the stigma had not been produced until a long time subsequent, when old Roger Chillingworth, being a potent necromancer, had caused it to appear, through the agency of magic and poisonous drugs.
Full browser ?