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Aga

 

in the Turkish sultanates the title of the military leaders, including the commander of the janissaries, and the title of the heads of certain groups of court servants. After the abolition of the janissaries in 1826, “Aga” became the name for junior and middle-level officers of the Turkish army. In modern Turkey, ağa is a form of address to prosperous landowners and sometimes part of a person’s name.

AGA

Abbr. for “American Gas Association.”
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A mismatch between growing demand for natural gas and supplies of it will inevitably result in higher prices for natural gas consumers during the next 10-15 years unless public policies and personal attitudes change about bringing flesh supplies of natural gas to market, according to a recently released report by the American Gas Association (AGA).
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