Aga saga


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Aga saga

n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) Brit a novel or drama depicting the lives and concerns of the English middle classes
[C20: allusion to the popularity of Aga cookers among the English middle classes]
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12) HHHH H BELOVED British writer Joanna Trollope returns in typical aga saga style with An Unsuitable Match.
This must really be what posh folk call an Aga Saga.
Aga saga Ex-French horses, in particular those bred and owned by the Aga Khan, are proving particularly fashionable and, given Zarkandar's origins, it is not surprising Paul Nicholls went back to Alain de Royer Dupre to nab Dildar.
AGA SAGA Heart and Soul, by Maeve Binchy (Orion paperback pounds 7.
MIDLAND property owners aiming to convert rural buildings could be left steaming with frustration -thanks to an Aga saga.
In a much lighter vein, Girl From the South - by the indisputable Aga saga queen - hits paperback this month.
AGA SAGA HEATS UP Upmarket cooker firm Aga Rangemaster is at the centre of a takeover tussle after revealing US electronic appliances giant Whirlpool was considering a bid to rival Middleby's PS129m offer.
A scrubbed, oversized pine table in a kitchen is the epitome of rustic, but that doesn't mean that the rest of the room has to look like something out of an Aga saga.
A SCRUBBED, oversized pine table in a kitchen is the epitome of rustic but that doesn't mean that the rest of the room has to look like something out of an Aga saga.
She is an Aga saga all by herself, although probably one consigned to the top shelf.
Yet at the age of 58, the woman who is world-famous for creating the Aga saga has begun showing off like a silly teenager.