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AGBAktionsgruppe Babynahrung
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AGBAlt.guitar.bass (newsgroup)
AGBAssociation of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges
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AGBIce Breaker (USCG)
AGBAugsburg, Germany - Muehlhausen (Airport Code)
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AGBAlliance for Global Business
AGBAlternative Governance Board (various locations)
AGBAccessory Gearbox
AGBAudits of Great Britain
AGBAlumni Giving Back (Spanish university)
AGBAgricultural Business Management
AGBAfter Grog Bog
AGBAutomatic Gear Box
AGBAutonomous Guided Bomb
AGBAir Guard Base (US military)
AGBAmerican Guitar & Band
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After an army scholarship studying agricultural business management at Newcastle University, I joined the King's Royal Hussars' it was great fun.
The Advanced Course in Agricultural Business Management is intended primarily for farm business managers who have been working in the industry for 10 to 15 years.
Will Fallihee earned a bachelor's degree in general agriculture, agricultural business management and accountancy.
He originally studied agricultural business management at the London University's Wye College.
Robby Manning, a senior at North Carolina State University majoring in agricultural business management, studied abroad this past summer in Australia.
Caroline Fleming, who graduated with a degree in international equine and agricultural business management, is sponsorship co-ordinator, while Charlotte Berkin, who gained an MBA in equine business management, becomes marketing assistant.
Palmer, a central Indiana native, earned a bachelor's degree in animal science with a minor in agricultural business management from Clemson University.
Ottesen, from an equine background and with a degree in Agricultural Business Management but without millions behind him, knows as well as anyone what he is taking on.
SBDC director James Lindly, operations coordinator Shirl Meads and agricultural business management program instructor- coordinator Diane Pigg were honored.
He has a degree in equine agricultural business management and has also worked for Fasig-Tipton Kentucky, Dalham Hall Stud, the Darley Stud Racing Office and in New Zealand.
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