SGA


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AcronymDefinition
SGAStudent Government Association
SGASystem Global Area (Oracle)
SGASmall for Gestational Age
SGAStargate Atlantis (TV show)
SGASubstantial Gainful Activity (US SSA)
SGAShared Global Area
SGASwedish Game Awards (game development competition)
SGASecrétariat Général pour l'Administration (French: General Secretariat for Administration)
SGASubjective Global Assessment
SGASongwriters Guild of America
SGASolicitation for Grant Applications
SGASchweizerische gesellschaft für Automatik
SGASouthern Governors' Association
SGASlavic Gospel Association (Loves Park, IL; est. 1934)
SGASmart Growth America
SGASecond Generation Antipsychotic
SGASociety for Geology Applied to Mineral Deposits
SGASmall Group Activity
SGASéminaire de Géométrie Algébrique (French: Algebraic Geometry Seminar)
SGAsame-gender attraction
SGASea Grant Association (Sea Grant Program)
SGAStandard Genetic Algorithm
SGASociety of Golf Appraisers
SGAStandard Gaussian Approximation
SGAStrategic Grant Agreement
SGASwedish Greenkeepers Association
SGAStadium Give Away
SGAStandard Galactic Alphabet (Commander Keen game)
SGAStargate Alliance (gaming clans, Freelancer)
SGAScottsdale Gallery Association
SGASemester Grade Average
SGASales, General and Administration (cost of doing business; also seen as SG&A)
SGASection on Great Apes (Primate Specialist Group; IUCN/SSC)
SGASoul Glow Activatur (band)
SGASysops Guild Association
SGAStandards of Grade Authorization
SGASamco Global Arms
SGASet Group Address
SGASchulgemeinschaftausschuß (German parent, teacher and student school committee)
SGASierpinski Gasket Antenna
SGASocial Gender Associate
SGASteepest Gradient Algorithm
SGASmall Government Act of 2001 (Massachusetts)
SGASoil Gas Analysis
SGAStack Gas Analyzer
SGASolderable Grid Array
SGASeed Growers Association (various locations)
SGAState Government Affairs (various organizations)
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SGA primarily manages assets in institutional separate accounts and sub-advisory mandates for clients in the US, Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific.
LBM% is a marker of nutritional status, and our aim was to assess the degree of correlation between the nutritional status as assessed by ASFM and SGA, in comparison with DEXA scan evaluation, in patients on chronic hemodialysis.
Neonates' brain and vital organs need continuous supply of glucose to meet nutritional requirements, in term neonates this is achieved by hormonal and metabolic adaptive changes but premature and SGA infants are vulnerable to develop hypoglycemia because of lack of these adaptive changes and premature metabolic pathways1.
Dallas-based SGA serves its members by connecting them with the innovative ideas, and relevant and timely information they need to operate their natural gas systems safely and effectively.
This study aimed to determine how frequently patients' medication was switched from an FGA to an SGA in an acute psychiatric hospital in the Eastern Cape.
His paper was used by SGA to write this resolution, which noted the importance of LGBTQ groups on campus and formally apologized for the homophobic actions of previous SGA sessions, who at times denied these groups official status and/or funding.
SGA executive committee member Anwar Kamboh demanded that Sindh should fix support price of cotton at Rs3,500 per 40 kg immediately.
The SGA can provide the platforms and tools to help us fulfill our obligation.
The highest rate of SGA occurred in pregnancies where no folate had been taken, with 16.
With Alexander's nomogram, newborns were classified as appropriate for gestational age (AGA; weight at 10%-89% for GA) or SGA, which were categorized into three groups: no growth ultrasound (US) in third trimester; US in the third trimester but no diagnosis of fetal growth restriction (FGR); and diagnosed as FGR antenatally.
Speaking on the occasion, Chairman SGA Rafique Jaffary said that Sadique Faqeer was a great singer because Ayaz Shaikh also chose him to sing his poetry.
Although a significant proportion of SGA children are functioning within the normal range (Casey, Whiteside-Mansell, Barret, Bradley, & Gargus, 2006; Sommerfelt et al.