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ag·ma

 (ăg′mə)
n.
Variant of engma.
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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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American Guild of Musical Artists. http://www.musicalartists.org
In 1999, Becker received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Guild of Musical Artists. He was also honored that same year with the Broadway Theater Institute's annual award for lifetime achievement.
A tentative agreement with the American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA), which represents Lyric chorus members, awaits ratification, Gilson said.
The American Guild of Musical Artists is the primary union that represents concert dancers.
The American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) represents dance companies, primarily ballet, across the country, from New York City Ballet to Kansas City Ballet to San Francisco Ballet.
If you aren't unionized, James Fayette, who is the New York area dance executive for the American Guild of Musical Artists, would be happy to discuss (in confidence) how dancers can approach management either individually or as a group to construct better working conditions (212-265-3687).
If you are a member of an entertainment union--AEA (Actors' Equity Association), AGMA (American Guild of Musical Artists), AFTRA (American Federation of Television and Radio Artists), SAG (Screen Actors Guild), or AGVA (American Guild of Variety Artists)--group policies are available to qualified dancers.

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