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AGA

 
1. appropriate for gestational age.
2. American Gastroenterological Association.

AGA

Abbreviation for appropriate for gestational age.
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Jaime and Dale have also launched an Aga cleaning service with a cleaning product speciallyformulated to their specifications.
With recent innovations with electric Aga cookers you can choose an Aga with more flexibility and lower running costs or go for the traditionally fuelled gas or oil models, and with oil prices on the decline an Aga range cooker has never been more attractive.
The Aga Total Control features a touch screen control panel and the ability to control its three ovens and two hotplates independently or together.
Its traditional cast iron Aga and Rayburn cookers enjoyed a 7% sales lift to 9,700, buoyed by a continued increase in electric model sales.
``At the end of the day they know their Agas have a significant value in the reconditioned market and we are more than happy to take them off their hands because good quality Agas can be reconditioned to look and work like new.
Said Jaime: "We have been running the servicing business for about five years, but more recently customers have been asking if we also carry out Aga cleaning.
My family come over on Sundays for the beautiful roast dinners cooked in my Aga - they taste so much more succulent and flavoursome.and I'm proud of my perfect roast potatoes and Yorkshire puddings.
While the Leamington company's order book Is currently about 20 per cent down, the weak pound Is making Its Aga and Rayburn products more competitive abroad while making Imported products from Its European competitors more expensive, chief executive William Mc-Grath said.
Aga said its results for the 12 months toDecember 31 were ``satisfactory'', with pre-tax profits rising5.3% to pounds 35.9mand turnover up 18.8%at pounds 392.4m.
An Aga is more than a cooker, it is a symbol of our heritage, the warm beating heart of our Northumbrian countryside, a precious if pricey piece of eccentric British culture.
AGA Foodservice Group, the makers of Aga cookers associated with rural living, is setting its sights on a younger, trendier market, it said yesterday.