AUG


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AUGAugust
AUGAugment
AUGAugustus (title for a Roman emperor)
AUGAugmentation
AUGAustralian University Games
AUGApple User Group
AUGAxalon Underground (webpage)
AUGArmee-Universal-Gewehr (German: Army Universal Gun)
AUGAmerican Underwriters Group
AUGAdd-ons & Upgrades
AUGAugusta Railroad Company
AUGAdministrative Unit Group (IETF)
AUGAugusta, ME, USA - Maine State (Airport Code)
AUGARCNET User Group eV
AUGapplication user group (US DoD)
AUGAntelope Users Group
AUGAl-Azhar University of Gaza (Gaza-Strip - Palestine)
AUGAutomatic Universal Gerwehr
AUGArab United Group (importing and exporting; Cairo, Egypt)
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