from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Informal Of or relating to agriculture or agricultural studies: ag students.
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- n. Symbol for the attogram, an SI unit of mass equal to 10−18 grams.
- interj. Expressing annoyance, remorse, surprise etc.; oh, ah.
- abbr. Agriculture.
And so it was really a technology transfer in ag science from the earliest of days.
Dr. Kondonassis believed that productivity increases in ag would do more for a poor country than trying to build factories because most people work in ag in poor countries (about 80%) and their productivity is so low.
Just one example is former La Plata County Commissioner J. Paul Brown, who is running for the Legislature on a platform of cutting federal spending, after taking over $175,000 in ag subsidies for his ranching operation in Southwestern Colorado.
But you are correct that the priorities are usually warped in ag policy.
What's my word ag'in 'the word o' P.J. Madden -- an 'no other evidence to show?
Caitheamar an deireadh seachtaine siar i nGaillimh, mise ag freastal ar T�stal na Gaeilge agus � F�in ag baint taitneamh ar an aimsir �lainn le Garman.
So 'n strategie moet al die feite in ag neem waardeur landelike gemeenskappe so kwesbaar gemaak word.
Anybody that said a word ag'in 'her to him would have gone to the hospital.
I won't say a word ag'in, even if I do think he treated ye dirthy.
Anyway, it was to raise the money to pay for our present, as far as it went -- and I want to tell you right now, Val, that you was sure the queen of the ball; everybody said you looked jest like a queen in a picture, and I never heard a word ag'inst your low-neck dress.
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