AAAG

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AcronymDefinition
AAAGAlpha-1-Acid Glycoprotein
AAAGAnnals of the Association of American Geographers
AAAGAmerican Association of Anthropological Genetics
AAAGAmateur Athletic Association of Guyana (now Athletics Association of Guyana)
AAAGAir Atlanta Aviation Group
AAAGAdrian Asian Awareness Group (Adrian College)
AAAGAcademic Affairs Advisory Group
AAAGAthletics Admissions Advisory Group
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2000 'A bluffer's guide to a solution to the ecological inference problem' Annals of the Association of American Geographers 90, 582-586
2000 'Geography, statistics and ecological inference' Annals of the Association of American Geographers 90, 601-606
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Hold-sworth, "Corporate Capitalism and the Emergence of the High-Rise Office Building", Urban Geography 8 (1987), 212-231; Mona Domosh, "The Symbolism of the Skyscraper: Case Studies of New York's First Tall Buildings", Journal of Urban History 14 (1988), 321-345; idem, "Shaping the Commercial City: Retail Districts in Nineteenth-Century New York and Boston", Annals of the Association of American Geographers 80 (1990), 268-284; D.
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