Definitions

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  • commander of the air group
  • compound annual growth
  • Comptroller and Auditor General

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Swallowing, she called the CAG, Jackson Spencer, lead pilot for the squadron.

    Battlestar Galactica

  • The acronym CAG, for Commander Air Group, was a holdover from the years prior to 1963 when the term for an aircraft carrier's striking arm was changed from "carrier air group" to "carrier air wing."

    Carrie

  • If you have questions about the study, you may call the CAG hotline at 1-866-912-2467.

    What is CAG?

  • "Opinion of the law ministry may be sought as the proposal has link with the constitutional law," said the office of the CAG, which is authorised to audit all the income and expenditure of the government and reports it to parliament through the president.

    Bangladeshi Caretaker Government Accounts pile up in absence of Parliament

  • And then the heavies wanted to check in on him, from his skipper to the air group commander (known as the CAG) to the captain of the ship and the admiral of the whole damn battle group -- not to mention the chaplain sniffing around to see if Hanson was up to doing the job.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • The Commander Air Group, better known as CAG, was overseeing the mission from the electronic arena of the Jef's Combat Information Center.

    Carrie

  • Rajgarhiya said the CAG was a watchdog of the state exchequer and that there was "no embezzlement of funds highlighted in the report".

    The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) - Frontpage

  • Adjacent to a massive flagpole just insde will be a large boulder with an afixed bas-relief bronze plaque honoring "CAG" with emphasis on his leadership as a POW and his Medal of Honor.

    Stockdale, James B.

  • "CAG" (Commander of the Air Group) was the last of a breed and one of the great bargains Uncle Sam received in exchange for his Annapolis education.

    Stockdale, James B.

  • Is there room for yet another set of controls such as CAG?

    Government Computer News Current Issue

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