AAGSArmy Air Ground System (US DoD)
AAGSAssociation of American Geographers
AAGSAmerican Association for Geodetic Surveying
AAGSAssociate of Arts in General Studies (degree program)
AAGSAfrican-American Genealogy Society
AAGSAmerican Association of Genitourinary Surgeons (Ann Arbor, MI; academic urologist association)
AAGSAvian Aviation Group Supervisor (US Coast Guard)
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The Sindh AAG informed the court that the provincial government had issued notices to cement factories, water treatment plants, hospitals and other violators which were spreading pollution.
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According to a handout issued here on Wednesday, the Governor has terminated the services of Additional Advocate General (AAG), Sindh, Mrs Haleema Khan and seven Assistant Advocate Generals.
(59) The TACS/ AAGS network exists to allow UA requests to be prioritized and platforms to be distributed.
Graph-based feature extraction was first introduced in Joshi & Chang [1988] through the attributed adjacency graph (AAG) for a part.
Although many of the former Antitrust AAGs were able to attend the festivities,(9) only John Shenefield (who had served for Carter), William Baxter (for Reagan) and James Rill (for Bush) actually took part in the program, being panelists along with Robert Pitofsky, a former Dean of the Georgetown University Law Center, member of the Clinton Transition Team, Carter FTC appointee, and prolific writer on regulatory matters.
For Balochistan to have one AAG at a provincial quota of 6%, there must at least be 17 AAGs in total, which obviously is not the case.
The walls of the Assistant Attorney General's conference room are lined with photographs of former AAGs, some of whom, in the old days, would upon their departure inscribe their portrait "to the men of the Antitrust Division." Obviously that practice is really ancient history at the Antitrust Division, or anywhere else, for that matter.
Each time I look at the pictures of the former AAGs that line the walls of our conference room, I am struck by the great number of extremely accomplished people who have led the Division.