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ag·ma

 (ăg′mə)
n.
Variant of engma.

agma

(ˈæɡmə)
n
(Phonetics & Phonology) phonetics the symbol (ŋ), used to represent a velar nasal consonant, as in long (lɒŋ) or tank (tæŋk)
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Contact and bending stresses are calculated by the finite element method (FEM) and are then compared with the stress results obtained from AGMA standard and Hertz theory.
They reported the comparison between finite element approach and AGMA standard on contact stress analysis [13].
The assay was made on two types of media: PDA (suitable media for Colletotrichum) and AGMA (proper media for Streptomyces).
AGMA helps negotiate health-care options for its members, and has negotiated retirement plans, better working conditions and rehearsal restrictions.
We know there's strong bipartisan support for the AGMA at the federal level.
With that in mind, you also have to look at those behind the ban - AGMA (Association of Greater Manchester Authorities) is led by Lord Smith of Leigh (Labour) the man responsible for seeing that the tunnels will never be toll free.
If AGMA succeeds, it will pave the way for other local authorities to set their own prices--and signal the end of a national alcohol pricing strategy.
Delrin [R]-Acetal gears are AGMA 10-12 and also feature Fairloc Integral Shaft Clamps.
For quiet, smooth operation and extended life, AGMA 10 precision ground gearing and variable frequency speed drive are included.
The rules of the bid stipulate at least 80 per cent of transport improvements are in place before congestion charging can be introduced, scheduled for 2013, although AGMA says improvements will be made from 2010.
AGMA leader Lord Peter Smith said: "People will have their say on whether they want to say yes to a transformed public transport system in Greater Manchester, including a congestion charge to ensure their region can continue to prosper.