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AGBAsymptotic Giant Branch (HR diagram for stars)
AGBAllgemeine Geschäftsbedingungen (German: General terms and conditions / Standard business conditions)
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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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"We always look forward to our Ice Breaker weekend because it means the official start of the spring rafting season!" says River Expeditions owner, Rick Johnson.
Even if he doesn't make it as a player, think of what an ice breaker he will make at tea parties."
Conditions got worse after the break but McRae was the ice breaker. He controlled a great pass from Colin Smith, turned beautifully then slammed the ball low into the net.
Today, our women members see the potential of golf as a wonderful ice breaker that creates excellent interaction and business leads.
They will live aboard the ice bound laboratory, an ice breaker frozen into the drifting ice pack, for 14 months.
The only plus about the ice breaker thing is we didn't have to face the real ice outside.
Once freed, Wanderer had to follow a channel cut by Canadian Coast Guard ice breaker Pierre Radisson, as shown.
These expeditions have been undertaken with the help of ice breaker vessels that are chartered annually.
As many as six large passenger ferries had been stuck in the ice on Thursday, Johny Lindvall of the Swedish Maritime Administration's ice breaker unit said.
"It very much looked like I would have to winter over in this location as a Canadian ice breaker was unable to provide any assistance," he said.
A Blue Cross spokesman said: "Having a pet around de-stresses people, it relaxes them and is a great ice breaker."