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diag.

1. diagonal; diagonally.
2. diagram.
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(Diag. 10.) This option can be very effective when used as a last second play to end a quarter or the half.
Speaking at an arms transfer ceremony, Governor Mohibullah Samim said that the weapons seized by law-enforcers were to be turned in to DIAG in compliance with a presidential decree.
Diag. 2 shows how simple it is to derive one of its most popular variations, the Magnum 4-4.
Since 2006 when DIAG was established, 130,000 weapons had been collected from unauthorised people.
Abdul Qayyum Popal, in charge of DIAG in Kandahar, said out-of-order weapons would be destroyed and serviceable pieces kept after being checked by the defence ministry.
If there are two or more wide receivers to a side, the backer to that side will split the difference between the #2 receiver and the tackle (Diag. 2).
Abdul Baqi, DIAG head for the province, told Pajhwok Afghan News.
Taking the Strong call and tagging it with a Jet call, the defense can get the result shown in Diag. 13.
The ammunitions had been collected from insurgents and illegal armed groups over the past two months, provincial DIAG head, Gen.
For example, our 1 series is the basic Split T pattern sometimes called the halfback handoff series (Diag. 2).
If X3 does stop him, we want him to get the ball to #4 (Diag. 3).
Since its inception in 2005 under the auspices of the United Nations (UN), more than 115,000 different kinds of illegal weapons have been collected the DIAG programme.