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TAGSThe Andy Griffith Show (TV series)
TAGSText and Graphics System
TAGSTheater Air Ground System (US DoD)
TAGSThe Atlantic Groundfish Strategy
TAGSTransparent Armor Gun Shields
TAGSTactical Amphibious Ground Support System
TAGSTraining and Guided Study
TAGSTactical Gamma Ray Simulator
TAGSTower Automated Ground Surveillance
TAGSTactical Aircraft Guidance System
TAGSTutor Assisted Groups
TAGSTilt Axis Gearbox
TAGSTraffic Analysis by Group and Subject
TAGSTest and Graphics System (US NASA)
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To play tag through the tree tops is an exciting and inspiring pastime.
"Ay, you may tag my verses if you will," replied the great blind man.
It was a crisp autumn evening, just cold enough to make one glad to quit playing tag in the yard, and retreat into the kitchen.
The count nodded affirmatively, and Natasha, at the rapid pace at which she used to run when playing at tag, ran through the ballroom to the anteroom and downstairs into the yard.
In many RFID applications, the reader needs to identify the tags in its scope repeatedly.
A number of tuna are marked with sophisticated tags, which store data about the fish's surroundings (depth, temperature and light), before transmitting it via satellites after the tag is automatically released from the fish following a predetermined time interval.
Our dogs' collars carry the tags, and when we walk, we attach our dog-walking harness to the collar with a carabiner.
Louis Tag Co.'s main objectives and that includes conceptualizing new, innovative hang tags for its customers.
Ross Pate paid friend Nicholas Traynor to have his tag so he could go on a jolly to Amsterdam.
Tags have already been sent out to over 90 shelters and humane societies in the Texas and Louisiana area.