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JAGOJudge Advocate General's Office
JAGOJoint Air-Ground Operations
JAGOJoint Air-Ground Office
JAGOJoint Aeronautical and Geospatial Organisation (UK)
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Jago, the chief island of the Cape de Verd archipelago.
Jago. Even the form of a crater can but rarely be discovered on the summits of the many red cindery hills; yet the more recent streams can be distinguished on the coast, forming lines of cliffs of less height, but stretching out in advance of those belonging to an older series: the height of the cliffs thus affording a rude measure of the age of the streams.
Jago, or his guardian angel, though so common with the rest of them.
Jago Bangla is the Trinamool Congress' (TMC) official newspaper which serves as its mouthpiece.
Sam Swainsbury as Rowan, David Hayman as Jago and James Purefoy as Jim
From left, Sam Swainsbury as Rowan, James Purefoy as Jim, Dave Johns as Leadville and David Hayman as Jago
Mr Jago also pioneered Malibu and Johnnie Walker Blue Label, as well as launching the wine brand Le Piat d'Or in 1978.
In the past two years, Puno and Jago have been the only Filipinos among the participants at the gala night.
Magistrate Jago took into account a psychological report that said Jefferey had a processing disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and intellectual development disorder when deciding on his sentence.
Jago was the third son of the Rector of Beaudesert, Warwickshire, his mother hailed from nearby Henley-in-Arden.
HUM TV recently celebrated its 13th anniversary with a special transmission of Jago Pakistan Jago , the channel's flagship morning show, hosted by actor-turned-anchor Sanam Jung.