AGRED

AcronymDefinition
AGREDAdvisory Group of Experts on Decentralization (UN Human Settlements Programme)
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Packaging and paper company International Paper (NYSE:IP) said on Friday that it has donated its 7,000-acre Lake Erling property in southwest Arkansas to the American Gamebird Research Education and Development (AGRED) Foundation.
The company added that the AGRED Foundation will preserve and improve the property to protect wildlife and will maintain the lake for public recreational use in perpetuity.
Irvine agred: "I drove a reasonably good race although I didn't start too well and lost a couple of places into the first corner.
Speaking from his hotel, where 1000 Britons are staying, Mr Miralpeix said that many in the tourist trade agred with him.
Nine of those who agred to participate were excluded, seven of whom never started taking the antidepressant that had been prescribed for them and two of whom did not complete the 4-month follow-up interview.
Municipal and county officials have agred to allow permits and fees to be paid throughout the project cycle rather than up front.
He approved of their dream to launch an authentic milling business and agred to let his beloved stones be the heart of it.
FORMER Dundee United goalkeeper Kelham O'Hanlon has agred to join Nationwide Second Division Tranmere Rovers as assistant manager.
But better news for Saints is that Scott last night agred to a new THREE- YEAR deal.