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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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The slaves begin humming "Steal Away" as Augustus kneels and wraps the body in vines, then rolls it under a clump of moss and exposed roots.
We are beyond delighted to see The Meroe Head of Augustus return to the University.
A second tranche of P204,350 was released in payment for the food supplies from the same bakery when her husband Augustus got elected as her replacement.
Graft probers said Augustus, who succeeded Cynthia in the May 2010 elections, continued the purchase of food supplies from AVG Bakeshop from August to December 2010 amounting to P204,350.
Ida's letters to friends, to family and to Augustus reveal a young woman of passion, intensity and wit.
Yet within months of the dictator's assassination in 44 BC Augustus was a serious contender to succeed him, and by defeating Antony and Cleopatra at Actium in 31 BC he became incontestably the most powerful man in the Roman world; his elevated status was confirmed by the title of "Augustus" in AD 27, where historians conventionally place the birth of the empire.
The project was most famously memorialized by Augustus himself when he reportedly declared, "I found Rome a city of bricks and left it a city of marble.
A marble head named the 'Augusto di Nepi' and representing young emperor Augustus is seen in Rome
The Augustus Temple was built after Roman Emperor Augustus annexed the lands of the Galatians and Ancyra (Ankara) to the Roman Empire in the year 25 B.
Augustus for having an "honest and genuine dialogue'' with leaders of local communities of color and including among the many recommendations in his report several suggestions they had made.
Little Green Men" joins "The Milk of Paradise" and "Bytes and Species" in the canon of Adam Quinn works published through Augustus Books.