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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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.
Whereas Saggs translates "Drench the earth which has been created" (followed by Hecker 1994: 753: "uber-schwemme die Erde, die erschaffen wurde"), Moran 1988: 24 gives "where he was formed" (followed by Foster 2005: 568: "Flood the earth where he was made").
This line corresponds to the SB version II 7, which according to Saggs 1986: 11 and Moran 1988: 24 reads (cf.
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.
Although Saggs adequately discusses Babylonian prehistoric beginnings, he fails to include the most recent information on the pre-Ubaid south.
Also, the royal tombs at Ur have been reinterpreted as not necessarily having anything to do with human sacrifice, a view which Saggs does not incorporate into his work (see, e.