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AGER

A gene on chromosome 6p21.3 that encodes a member of the immunoglobulin superfamily of cell surface receptors, which interacts not only with advanced glycosylation end products, but also molecules
implicated in homeostasis, development and inflammation, as well as Alzheimer's and other diseases.
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"He also paid off the finance on Ager's Audi motor vehicle to the value of PS22,706 and he paid PS50,000 off David Ager's mortgage.
The BBC has refused to expand on its statement about Ager's conviction.
Most staff working at BBC Wales' Roath Lock studios in Cardiff Bay, where the Doctor Who and Casualty production teams are based, were not even aware that Ager had been dismissed.
Ruth Saunders, from the Belgrade, said: "We are just a few metres away from Charles Ager and the find is a really incredible coincidence, especially considering the scene in the play when shoes are symbolically laid out on stage in an act of remembrance for those Coventrians who lost their lives on the night of the Blitz."
While the SRW waveform is used for handheld and manpack radios used by soldiers, WNW "allows you to connect a lot of different people over longer distances and send that data up to the higher headquarters," Ager said.
"Many scientists study what's wrong with the brain, but maybe we can ultimately help Alzheimer's patients by figuring out what goes right in the brain of Super Agers. What we learn from these healthy brains may inform our strategies for improving quality of life for the elderly and for combating Alzheimer's disease."
"We encourage the public to visit the site often and to share information with friends, family and colleagues when they find a piece that is particularly useful," Ager said.
Mrs Ager said: "I've put it out this way for three years and no one told me there was a 'correct' way - it's so silly." Now the council have apologised.
Sharon Ager, 54, left her bin out in the evening and expected the rubbish to be collected first thing in the morning.
Isitt's technique of "conceiving" an idea and then having her cast improvise on camera, works aces here, thanks again to a reliable ensemble (led by "The Office's" Martin Freeman, encoring from "Confetti") and superb cutting by her partner, Nicky Ager, who spent nine months getting 140 hours of footage down to a lean 105 minutes.
Mr Ager said: "I approached the counter and introduced myself to Mr Jamil and explained that I had just witnessed him selling alcohol to a minor."
Jim Denny (left), Peter Ager, Manjit Srai and Dr Tim Burden at TIC.