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AcronymDefinition
AGASanti Glare anti Static
AGASAnti-Glare, Anti-Static (video monitor)
AGASAccelerated Graft Atherosclerosis (cardiology)
AGASAction Group for ATM Safety
AGASAssociation of German American Societies (Washington, DC)
AGASAssociation of German-American Societies of Greater Washington, DC
AGASAdvisory Group on Aviation Security (Transport Canada; est. 2005)
AGASAffordable Guidance Airdrop System (US DoD)
AGASAdvanced Gookin Automated System
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Said Jaime: "Over the years, I've been telling Aga that if the opportunity arose we would love to have a showroom.
This aligned with their enviable reputation in the market place means they are able to offer a finished cooker that will match not only the beauty of a new pristine Aga cooker, but the efficiency and quality will not be compromised either.
Arevolutionary new Aga cooker, which is on when you need it and off when you don't, is being tipped by its makers as a breakthrough product that will see global and domestic sales soar.
The Birmingham-based company, which makes the renowned traditional cast iron Aga stoves, said pre-tax profits for the six months to June 30 rose to pounds 22m, up from pounds 21m last year.
And during his 10 years in business, Loyd has purchased enough Agas from the famous to open up his very own who's who of the Aga world.
While the world-famous cast-iron Aga is a much-coveted addition to any kitchen - keeping the cooker gleaming is notoriously hard work.
Two years ago Twyford Cookers entered a partnership with Aga Plc and was recognised by them as the leader in the field of Aga renovation.
COMING home after a long winter's walk with wet boots and cold bodies, the first place my family head for is the kitchen to lean against our Aga range cooker.
Aga Rangemaster, the West Midlands-based maker of upmarket cookers and kitchen ranges, Is trading on Its 300-year history as a British manufacturer to get through the recession.
KITCHEN equipment group Aga Foodservice yesterday set a new target of selling 15,000 cookers a year by 2006.