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AOGAircraft On Ground
AOGAll-of-Government
AOGAssemblies Of God
AOGAssociation of Graduates
AOGAhead of the Game (gaming clan)
AOGAustralian Oil & Gas (trade show)
AOGAustralasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (trade show)
AOGGasoline Tanker
AOGAir Operations Group
AOGApplied Optics Group (various locations)
AOGArmy of God (militant anti-abortion group)
AOGArmed Opposition Group
AOGArmy of Gorillas (band)
AOGAct of God (insurance)
AOGArrows of God (gaming clan)
AOGArmy Operations Group
AOGArkansas Oklahoma Gas (Corporation)
AOGAirplane on Ground
AOGAge of Gestation (obstetrics)
AOGACE Overseas General (insurance)
AOGAnnotation Operator Graph (IBM)
AOGAnanda Original Garments (clothing)
AOGArmies of Gielinor (Funorb gaming website)
AOGAluminium of Greece (est. 1960)
AOGAnticipatory Optimization Generator (software generator)
AOGAurora Oil and Gas Corporation (stock symbol)
AOGActive Operator Guidance
AOGArchitecture Oversight Group
AOGAmicale Ornithologique Girondine (French bird club)
AOGAugmented Offgas
AOGAircraft Operationally Grounded (Royal Australian Air Force)
AOGAdvanced Off Gas (Nuclear)
AOGAction Officer Guide
AOGAcid Offgas
AOGArgentine Oil and Gas
AOGAll Optical Gate
AOGAlbin Owners Group
AOGAsociación de Ortodonsistas de Guatemala (Spanish)
AOGAtelier Olivier Guillemot (French architecture firm)
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the English courts first gave impetus to the "act of God"
The principle embodied in the act of God doctrine strictly requires that the act must be one occasioned exclusively by the violence of nature and all human agencies are to be excluded from creating or entering into the cause of the mischief.
However, the court did not agree with the lawyer's contention and saidA the incident was caused by sheer human negligence and that it could not be acknowledged as an act of God.
"It would take an act of God to beat Seb given the way his car is at the moment.
Shaunfield also shows this acquisition to be a supernatural event and therefore an act of God.
JIM GOLDIE yesterday said only "an act of God" would secure his sprinter Hawkeyethenoo a run at Royal Ascot next week as he dismissed the Wokingham Stakes' ante-post favourite's chance of obtaining a place in the race.
Perhaps someone from this thoroughly disreputable industry could explain how a volcano is somehow a different type of act of God to a hurricane or tsunami.
No insurance cover for an act of God either I assume.
Amusing is the naive humanism" of today's fundamentalist-oriented politicians: blaming previous administrators for unbalanced budgets and depressions taking full credit for business upturn--all in disregard of what was once an inexorable act of God, the business cycle.
AN act of God - well, heavy snowfall - gave me a very uplifting experience during the week.
In the end, the court ruled against Transatlantic, noting that the policy had no earthquake clause and the company was "relying on the defense that the disaster was 'an act of God,' not insured against."
Joel names this plague as an act of God and calls the people to repentance, a call that will be heard.