aggie

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ag·gie 1

 (ăg′ē)
n.
A playing marble.

[ag(ate) + -y.]

ag·gie 2

 (ăg′ē)
n. Informal
1. An agricultural school or college.
2. A student enrolled at such a school or college.

[ag(ricultural) + -y.]

aggie

(ˈæɡɪ)
n
1. slang US an agricultural student
2. informal a kind of playing marble

ag•gie1

(ˈæg i)

n.
[1875–80]

ag•gie2

(ˈæg i)

n. (sometimes cap.)
1. an agriculture college.
2. a student at an agricultural college.
[1900–05, Amer.; ag (ricultural) + -ie]

Aggie

Not a student or graduate of an A&M (Agricultural and Mechanical) school but, rather, an agate marble.
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Now, don't you think," Baxter's finger wagged under her nose--"can't you think that poor Aggie did the same thing at Holmescroft when she fell out of the window?
Won't you believe that what nearly happened to you must have happened to poor Aggie that night?
If their theory of poor Aggie making away with herself was correct, she was eternally lost
And after what happened to Mary last night, I see perfectly what happened to poor Aggie.
Yet Aggie had slept in that room for years," she interrupted.
And I might have been killed as--perhaps Aggie was killed.
ave it from the first that poor Miss Aggie 'ad made away with herself; an', of course, Miss Bessie took the notion from you: Only Master--Mister John stood out, -and--and I'd 'ave taken my Bible oath you was making away with yourself last night.
So long as I know that Aggie didn't make away with herself," he explained, "I tell you frankly I don't care what happened.
The poor Aggie, trying to tell every one it was not so
The Texas A and M Aggies weren't worried about any of that and were overcome instead by a sense of relief - and gratitude.
The senior gets the chance to do just that in the Poinsettia Bowl where they face the overachieving Utah State Aggies who played in the final half of the regular season without their own start quarterback in Chuckie Keeton.
This is A&M's third trip to the Pepsi meet in the past four years, and while the Aggies have exacted their revenge at the end of the season at the NCAA championships, they were second in 2010 and third last season.