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AGEAerospace Ground Equipment
AGEAgarose Gel Electrophoresis
AGEAmerican Gold Eagle (gold bullion coin)
AGEAcute Gastroenteritis
AGEAcides Gras Essentiels (French: Essential Fatty Acids)
AGEAdvisory Group of Experts
AGEAdvanced Glycation Endproducts
AGEApplied General Equilibrium
AGEA. G. Edwards (stockbroker)
AGEAged Garlic Extract
AGEAssociate in General Education (degree)
AGEAircraft Ground Equipment
AGEAdjusted Gross Estate
AGEArterial Gas Embolism
AGEAssociated Ground Equipment
AGEAustralasian Gaming Expo
AGEAssembléia Geral Extraordinária (Extraordinary General Meeting; Brazil)
AGEAcid Gas Enrichment
AGEAllyl Glycidyl Ether
AGEAdmiralty Gunnery Establishment (UK)
AGEAustralian Gaming Expo
AGEAutomatic Ground Environment (US Air Force defense system)
AGEArbeitsgemeinschaft Gynäkologische Endoskopie eV
AGEAdministration Générale des Entreprises (French: General Business Administration)
AGEAuxiliary Ground Equipment
AGEAmarillo Grain Exchange
AGEAffinity Gel Electrophoresis
AGEAnti Government Element
AGEAssociation des Gynecologues d'Essey-Les-Nancy
AGEArmy Ground Equipment
AGEAncient Guardian Enterprises (San Diego, CA)
AGEAdministration Générale et Gestion des Entreprises
AGEAngle of Greatest Extension
AGEAuditory Gross Error
AGEAutomatic Goal Extraction
AGEAbusive Guardianships of the Elderly
AGEAdý Geçen Eser
AGEAmerican for Generational Equality
AGEAccess Gateway Exchange
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But such reaction was effective only because an age had come--the age of a negative, or agnostic philosophy--in which men's minds must needs be limited to the superficialities of things, with a kind of narrowness amounting to a positive gift.
Then, from the many slight successive steps of variation having supervened at a rather late age, and having been inherited at a corresponding age, the young of the new species of our supposed genus will manifestly tend to resemble each other much more closely than do the adults, just as we have seen in the case of pigeons.
This he learned from their own confession: for otherwise, there not being above two or three of that species born in an age, they were too few to form a general observation by.
For it is thus that people have been in the habit of proceeding with the marvellous churches of the Middle Ages for the last two hundred years.
As he drew near the advancing soldiers, and as the roll of their drum came full upon his ears, the old man raised himself to a loftier mien, while the decrepitude of age seemed to fall from his shoulders, leaving him in gray but unbroken dignity.
'Even the wise and mysterious therns of Barsoom, that ancient cult which for countless ages has been credited with holding the secret of life and death in their impregnable fastnesses upon the hither slopes of the Mountains of Otz, are as ignorant as we.
She had served my old master faithfully from youth to old age. She had been the source of all his wealth; she had peo- pled his plantation with slaves; she had become a great grandmother in his service.
The other nine hundred and seventy-nine die violent deaths in duels, in hunting, in aviation and in war; but perhaps by far the greatest death loss comes during the age of childhood, when vast numbers of the little Martians fall victims to the great white apes of Mars.
You have often been told that it is rude to make personal remarks, but the age of Anne was the age of personal remarks, and they were not considered rude.
The country as a whole was really increasing in prosperity; Edward was fostering trade, and the towns and some of the town-merchants were becoming wealthy; but the oppressiveness of the feudal system, now becoming outgrown, was apparent, abuses in society and state and church were almost intolerable, and the spirit which was to create our modern age, beginning already in Italy to move toward the Renaissance, was felt in faint stirrings even so far to the North as England.
CONTAINING THE MOST MEMORABLE TRANSACTIONS WHICH PASSED IN THE FAMILY OF MR ALLWORTHY, FROM THE TIME WHEN TOMMY JONES ARRIVED AT THE AGE OF FOURTEEN, TILL HE ATTAINED THE AGE OF NINETEEN.
I have no expectation that any man will read history aright who thinks that what was done in a remote age, by men whose names have resounded far, has any deeper sense than what he is doing to-day.