STAG


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STAGStaggered
STAGService Tag
STAGScottish Transport Appraisal Guidance
STAGState and Tribal Assistance Grants
STAGSentry Duty
STAGSteam and Gas (GE's combined cycle power generation equipment)
STAGSouth Tyneside and Gateshead (UK)
STAGSecurity Techniques Advisory Group
STAGShobnall Traffic Action Group (UK)
STAGSaber Tanker Aerial Group (aircraft refueling)
STAGStrategic and Technical Advisory Group (WHO)
STAGSpecial Task Air Group (US Navy)
STAGSystems Technical Advisory Group (CMS)
STAGSmart Tactical Autonomous Guidance
STAGSociety of Travel Agents in Government
STAGSustainable Tourism Action Group (UK)
STAGSpecial Tactics Airsoft Group (various locations)
STAGState and Tribal Assistance Grant Programs
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A moment later the wild stag crashed blindly into the tree-trunk with a shock which sent the beast reeling backward, while the dislodged leaves from the shivering tree fell in a small shower over Robin's head.
Scarcely had he spoken when he saw the stag veer about and fix its glances rigidly on the bushes to the left side of the glade.
She advanced, unconscious alike of Robin's horrified gaze and the evil fury of the stag.
"Then is this Unknown the only person who saw the stag killed?"
"Marry, NO man SAW the killing, but this Unknown saw this hardy wretch near to the spot where the stag lay, and came with right loyal zeal and betrayed him to the forester."
We took our traps into the Stag, and laid them down in the hall.
A kind-hearted bargeman, however, who happened to be in the tap-room, thought we might try the grocer's, next door to the Stag, and we went back.
The seer will presently come to you, and will tell you about your voyage--what stages you are to make, and how you are to sail the sea so as to reach your home.'
So they galloped for a mile and more, and Little John ran betwixt them as lightly as a stag and never turned a hair with the running.
Into the canoe house of the stags no Mary might venture.
The children stopped their crying, Lamai retied Jerry with the stick, Lenerengo harangued herself breathless, and Lumai departed with hurt feelings for the canoe house where stags could sleep in peace and Marys pestered not.
That night, in the circle of his fellow stags, Lumai recited his sorrows and told the cause of them--the puppy dog which had come on the Arangi.