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Agard Definition from Government Dictionaries & Glossaries
European Defence Agency Acronyms
Advisory Group for Aerospace Research & Development
  
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DOD Joint Acronyms and Abbreviations
Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development
  
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NATO Acronyms
Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development
International Relations and Security Acronyms
Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development (reorganised under the NATO Research and Technology Organisation (RTO))
Agard Definition from Encyclopedia Dictionaries & Glossaries
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The acronym AGARD stands for Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development, and was an agency of NATO that existed from 1952 to 1996.

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Agard is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
  • David Agard, American biochemist
  • Ernesto Agard (born 1937), Panamanian basketball player
  • John Agard (born 1949), playwright, poet and children's writer from Guyana
  • Kieran Agard (born 1989), English footballer
  • Matthew Agard (born 1984), American Insurance Agent

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Agárd is a small village on the shores of Lake Velence in Hungary, administratively belongs to the municipality (town) of Gárdony. It is a popular tourist destination amongst Hungarians.

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Aagaard or Ågård is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
  • Niels Aagaard (1612–1657), Danish scholar
  • Christen Aagaard (1616–1664), Danish poet
  • Jacob Aagaard (born 1973), Scottish chess grandmaster
  • Jane Aagaard (born 1956), Australian politician
  • Johannes Aagaard (1928-2007), Danish theologian and evangelist
  • Martin Aagaard (1863–1913), Norwegian painter
  • Robert Aagaard (1932–2001), English youth movement founder
  • Thorvald Aagaard (1877–1937), Danish composer and organist

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