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NAG

Abbreviation for N-acetylglutamate.

NAG

Abbreviation for:
N-acetylglucosamine
National Advisory Groups 
narrow-angle glaucoma
neutral alpha-glucosidase

nag

vernacular for horse; called also steed, cayuse, neddy.
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Apres avoir nage en 2 min 4 sec et 39 centiemes en series dans la matinee, Hosszu a survole la finale dans la soiree en 2 min 3 sec et 20 centiemes, releguant sa dauphine a plus de trois secondes.
Elimine des les series du 100 m nage libre dans la matinee (11e chrono, 47.
Ye a realise une prestation impressionnante, battant le record du monde et repartant avec l'or dans le 400 m quatre nages individuel, ce dimanche.
Sur cette derniere journee, les Hongrois se sont offert un beau feu d'artifice egalement, a l'image de Laszlo Cesh qui a reussi le double 200-400 m 4 nages ou encore de Katinka Hosszu, victorieuse de trois titres, dont deux individuels (200 m papillon et 200 m 4 nages).
La Russie aurait pu devancer provisoirement la France au tableau des medailles (avant le relais 4x100 m 4 nages masculin) mais son relais 4x100 4 nages feminin a ete disqualifie apres avoir touche le mur en premiere position.
The only mention of Nage and Keo in Lebar's well known Ethnic Groups of Insular Southeast Asia appears in the entry on 'Ngada', where the compiler, R.
Nearly two decades after the proposal was first made in 1915, the colonial district of Keo was finally merged with Nage in 1931, to become part of the district or 'kerajaan' ('kingdom') of Nage-Keo under the leadership of the Nage 'raja' ('rajah', Dutch appointed native ruler) in Bo'a Wae.
In dialects spoken in Keo and Nage, keo variously means 'indentation, groove', 'specified time, to set a time (e.
As far as language is concerned, the commonest phrase is sara ma'u, 'coast language', which Keo mostly use to distinguish their own speech from that of the Nage further inland.
Nage with whom I discussed the matter described 'Keo' as an Endenese name applied to all populations to the east of the Ende region and equally to Nage and Keo villages.
But how and why it may have come to be extended to include the entire population of this part of south central Flores, and even possibly to encompass the Nage as well, is far from obvious.
In Sela Lejo, a village complex located some distance from the coast and near the border with Nage, I was told that a group of original ancestors, including Gera Ga'e, who settled in various parts of Keo and Nage were the children of an apical male ancestor named Keo So'a.