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AGLAbove Ground Level
AGLAgility
AGLAtlanta Gas Light (Atlanta, GA)
AGLAutomatic Grenade Launcher
AGLAmerican Gemological Laboratories
AGLAtelier de Génie Logiciel
AGLAngelica Corporation (stock symbol; Chesterfield, MO)
AGLAcute Granulocytic Leukemia (oncology)
AGLAssemblée Générale des Étudiants de Louvain (French: General Assembly of the Students of Leuven; Catholic University of Leuven; Belgium)
AGLAlpha Global Logistics, Inc. (Japan)
AGLAlternate Gatekeeper List
AGLAlliance for the Great Lakes (formerly Lake Michigan Federation)
AGLAerodrome Ground Lighting
AGLAustralian Gas and Light Company
AGLArtificial Grammar Learning
AGLActors' Guild of Lexington (Kentucky)
AGLAmitiés Généalogiques du Limousin (French genealogical association)
AGLAllied Geophysical Laboratories
AGLAllcargo Global Logistics Limited
AGLApplied Geodynamics Laboratory
AGLAge, Gender, Location
AGLAmerican Golf League
AGLAviation Group Leeuwarden
AGLAstronet Graphic Library
AGLAir to Ground Laser
AGLAdvanced Greig Laminators, Inc.
AGLAssociation Genevoise de Longboard
AGLApple Graphics Library
AGLAffine General Linear (mathematics)
AGLAdventure Games Live (online gaming)
AGLA Gamer's Life (gaming forum)
AGLAltimate Gaming League (website)
AGLAssociation de Gestion des Libéraux
AGLAdvanced Geospatial Laboratory
AGLAlphaMask Graphics Library (AlphaMask, Inc.)
AGLAustralian Gaming League
AGLAircraft Ground Light
AGLAmis et Auditeurs de Génie Logiciel
AGLAluminizing and Galvanizing Line
AGLAction Gamers League
AGLAdvanced Graphic Language
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The additional area, which is around 150 sq km, had also been exempted from the height limitation of 500 feet above ground level for planning high-rise buildings.
The plane's right wing lodged in one of the damaged trees, about 70 to 75 feet above ground level. Wreckage and broken tree limbs were scattered along an 80-foot-long debris path, and the plane came to rest in an "inverted" position, according to the report.
The worker is more than 5ft above ground level and does not have fall protection.
According to the CFI, at approximately 400 feet above ground level, the engine began to "sputter." He took control of the airplane and aimed the airplane towards an opening.
The new Venture 350W lamps were fitted with solid reflectors within the existing luminaires to increase the lux level at 1 metre above ground level from 80 lux to 250 lux.
I would place the poles in the ground per your article, but wrap them tight from 12 inches above ground level to 18 inches below with some water- and air-tight material, such as polypropylene, to seal out both moisture and air.
Don't start thinking Stonehenge here, because the largest of the boulders stands just a metre above ground level.
Stacked above ground level are three identical floors of student rooms economically double banked off a spinal corridor.
A pounds 279 return flight from London to Glasgow should probably include a cellophane-wrapped three-day old sandwich and water boiled thousands of feet above ground level gratis.
Air Force cargo aircraft at release altitudes of 500 to 1,250 feet above ground level for low-velocity airdrop and 15,000 to 25,000 feet mean sea level for high-velocity airdrop with identical load accuracy and survivability.
Biby Publishing (Waterford, VA), a new company formed last year, will begin the publication of "Above Ground Level" (AGL) magazine with an issue in October.
The cable was approximately 750 feet above ground level and was clearly depicted on the appropriate navigational charts.