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agger

 [aj´er] (pl. ag´geres) (L.)
an elevation.
agger na´si ridge of nose: an elevation at the anterior free margin of the middle nasal concha.
Agger nasi. From Dorland's, 2000.

ag·ger

, pl.

ag·ger·es

(aj'er, -ēz; ag'er), [TA]
An eminence, projection, or shallow ridge.
[L. mound]

ag·ger

, pl. aggeres (ahgĕr, -ēz) [TA]
Any anatomic prominence.
[L. mound]

ag·ger

, pl. aggeres (ahgĕr, -ēz) [TA]
An eminence, projection, or shallow ridge.
[L. mound]
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Agger was part of the last Liverpool side to challenge for the Premier League title under Brendan Rodgers in 2014 but it was playing for Rafa Benitez's team where the Dane established his lofty reputation among Reds supporters.
The image depicts Agger falling under the challenge of Noh Alam Sham during the win in Asia, which would lead to him missing the first three months of the 2009/10 season.
Barcelona were interested in signing him in the summer but Agger revealed that Liverpool made it clear that they were not prepared to sell their long-serving centre-back.
Denmark international skipper Agger, who arrived from Brondby for pounds 5.6m in January 2006, has already told Rodgers he has no intention of leaving.
Natural draining ostium of an agger nasi cell: A case report.
-"I really love Liverpool as a city," said Agger. "It's so friendly.
Sami Hyypia is clearly not the force he was and when Liverpool haven't got Agger alongside Jamie Carragher at the back they look a lot less secure.
It seems Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has gone the extra mile to cater for the multi-national force assembled by Rafael Benitez at Anfield.
(4.) Callister SM, Nelson JA, Schell RF, Jobe DA, Bautz R, Agger WA, et al.
This is no easy task given the often bewildering variety in such areas as feminism where Agger doggedly, and apologizing for "treating feminist theory in a book on almost exclusively male theories," ploughs through numerous schools of thought, from liberal, cultural and socialist feminism to Africana feminism, Queer Theory, postmodern feminism, and postfeminist "do-me" or "beyond-bitch feminism."
SO FAREWELL, Daniel Agger. The Danish centre back, who ran out 232 times for Liverpool, has announced his retirement aged 31.