from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A playing marble.
- n. Informal An agricultural school or college.
- n. Informal A student enrolled at such a school or college.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Marble or a marble made of agate, or one that looks as if it were made of agate
- n. An agricultural school, such as one of the state land-grant colleges.
- n. A student or alumnus of such a school.
I said she wasn't too little to do what we were doing, and then Gerra said the reason why Ndege and Dodd weren't the same size is because Ndege had tried to suck the life out of Dodd while they were still in aggie's belly.
CSU used to be an "aggie" college, now it seems through their most recent financial campaigns that they are "CU Yuppie wannabees", and have forgotten many of the traditions there.
He's been working with them for 33 years: 11 years at an international research center in South America, the rest at Davis, the "aggie" campus for the UC system, where his program is part of the UC Cooperative Extension.
I would like a few sacred cows thrown in like ethanol and aggie subsidies, but it's a start.
Fresh apricot pie, I make at least two each summer. aggie Nov 17 pecan pie, always always always!
A democrat in repub territory (I'm in Travis Co, the single dem county in a giant repub state); the lone aggie in longhorn country ...
The P300 event-related potential, as real as aggie marbles.
ChrisTS: I had precisely the same thought as aggie: the statute specifies 10 years active practice, not ten years immediately prior to running.
I had precisely the same thought as aggie: the statute specifies 10 years active practice, not ten years immediately prior to running.
Even the gov, and I thought he was, being an aggie and all, at least somewhat clayton williams like duh .. manly.