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DIAG

1. On drawings, abbr. for diagonal.
2. On drawings, abbr. for “diagram.”
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Dawlat Khan Zadran, the provincial police chief, said five rockets, two machine guns, 24 Kalashnikov assault rifles, 20 guns, 300 kilograms of a banned fertiliser and ammunitions had been surrendered to DIAG.
As you can see, in Diag. 3, it also enables us to change things around and give the offense something else to prepare for when scouting us.
He said more than 5,000 weapons had been surrendered so far to DIAG in the Taliban's southern heartland.
If the offense is in a two-back I set, Mike will read the first back and the Sam & Will will read the second back (Diag. 3).
The Afghan National Army (ANA) and police had also collected some illegal weapons but they were yet to be transferred to DIAG, he added.
A DIAG official said the ammunitions included artillery shells, tank shells, machineguns, kallashinkovs and mortar shells.
We have three such quarterbacks, as shown, in Diag. 3.
If #3 is stopped by X3 and X4 is open (Diag. 3), #3 must pass to the open man.
The first (Diag. 1) is a simple double option, often called the Speed Option.
Officials in eastern Nangarhar province Monday handed over 60 pieces of heavy and light weapons to the Disarmament of Illegal Armed Groups (DIAG) programme.
In Diag. 2, 4 comes up the lane to set a back screen at the elbow.
Addressing the workshop held by the Disarmament of Illegal Armed Groups (DIAG) program Ahmadzai said that the tribal elders had played significant role in resolving various issues confronting the nation in the past.