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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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The NAB named 20 persons including Agha Siraj as accused in the reference filed in accountability court Karachi after an inquiry.
The NAB executive board had approved filing of a reference against Sindh Assembly Speaker Agha Siraj Durrani in an assets beyond means case.
Agha has written over 50 new songs in a year's time.
Agha Siraj Durrani termed late Agha Shahabuddin man of caliber who effectively highlighted issues of Sindh in right direction, adding that he had deep love with the homeland and fearlessly filed stories against wrong doing of politicians and dictators.
Licencing and finding the right location for the business were the least of his concerns; Agha said that the biggest challenge was choosing the right personnel.
Agha Steel Industries has transformed the steel rebars market by introducing ASTM A706 Earthquake Resistance Rebar for the first time in Pakistan.
Karachi is very close to a major fault line according to Geological Survey of Pakistan, said Hussain Agha.
The painter Waleed Agha while working By Ashti Garmiyani The Kurdish painter Waleed Agha is a very professional artist when it comes to choosing his own style and method in his works.
SAYING THAT JAMES MERRILL AND AGHA Shahid Ali were friends is a bit like saying that Robert Lowell and Sylvia Plath were friends--it fails to do justice to the intensity of the relationship, and it fails to capture the enormous influence of the senior partner on the junior partner.
Quetta Shura deputy head Maulvi Akhtar Mohammad Mansoor, some Pakistani intelligence officials, Maulvi Hotak and Mullah Gul Agha were among the participants.
EyE-p Agha -- or 'Ayip Agha,' as he was called in the local dialect -- was among the notables in the area.
Summary: Although they lived mere kilometers away from each other for much of their lives, Burhan Mousa Agha and Abir al-Kak did not meet until they were refugees in another country.