SAGG

AcronymDefinition
SAGGSociedad Argentina de Gerontologia y Geriatria (Argentine Society of Geronotology and Geriatrics)
SAGGStatistical Analysis of Global Growth (US VA; database growth)
SAGGSonic Adventure Glitches Guide (video game guide)
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For two good sources on this period, see Oates 1986; and Saggs 1995.
For evidence of priestly opposition to the Sargonids, see Saggs 1995, 72-75.
See, for example, Saggs 1962, 79: Oates 1986, 86-89; and Saggs 1995, 116-21.
Vogelzang 1988: 81 derives bi/bi-RIG of the SB version (1988: 50: 1; Saggs 1986: 10: 1) from paraku and translates "bar the road.
55 corresponds to the SB version II 4, which according to Saggs 1986, 10 reads (Annus 2001: 23 is wrong):
The line corresponds to SB version II 6, which reads following Saggs 1986: 10f.
These deadly creations are aimed at Earth, as part era plan by super-capitalist Saggs (Shane Rimmer) to rule the planet.
Kelly Saggs made it 3-2 with 20 minutes to go but Forest came back again with a third equaliser and in the final minute went ahead for the first time in the game.
The first came on two minutes when Villa centre back Kelly Saggs converted a corner but straight from the re-start Nicole Ledgister thumped home a cross to level.
A promising flautist, at the age of 18 she went to the Royal College of Music in London where she fell in love with student cellist Roland Saggs and married him.
E Saggs has produced a brief study of Babylonian history and culture, complementing and updating his previous works on related subjects (The Greatness that was Babylon [London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1962 and 1988], and The Might that was Assyria [London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1984]).
Although well and clearly written and with few errors, Saggs has not always kept up to date with recent research.