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Arg in classical Persian architecture, is a type of citadel. (Wikipedia) - ARG   (Redirected from Arg)
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Arg or ARG may refer to:

  • 1 Architecture and Geography
  • 2 Computer science
  • 3 Culture
  • 4 Entertainment
  • 5 Engineering
  • 6 Law enforcement
  • 7 Mathematics
  • 8 Medicine
  • 9 Military
  • 10 Organizations
  • 11 People
  • 12 Science
  • 13 Sport
  • 14 Transportation
  • 15 Television
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Architecture and Geography Computer science
  • Argument (computer science), one of the pieces of data provided as input to a function
  • Aragonese language (ISO 639 alpha-3, arg), a Romance language now spoken in a number of local varieties by between 10,000 and 30,000 people over the valleys of the Aragón River, Sobrarbe and Ribagorza in Aragon
  • Alternate reality game, an interactive, cross-media narrative
  • American Record Guide, a classical music magazine
  • Anti-rolling gyro, used to stabilize boats
Law enforcement
  • Armed Response Group (see Authorised Firearms Officer), a unit of police officers in British police forces who carry firearms and respond in armed response vehicles
  • Argument (complex analysis), the angular component of a complex number or function
  • Argument of a function, a specific input in a mathematical function
  • Angle recession glaucoma, a disease in which the optic nerve is damaged, leading to progressive, irreversible loss of vision
  • Amphibious ready group, a United States Navy group consisting of U.S. Navy ships and a United States Marine Corps landing force
  • ARG, the United States Navy hull classification symbol for "internal combustion engine repair ship"
  • American Research Group, a polling research firm based in Manchester, New Hampshire
  • Architectural Resources Group, an architecture firm based in San Francisco
  • Architectural Research Group (fl. 1933-1934) of Philadelphia
  • Archive for Reformation History, journal
  • Argos (retailer), a retailer in both Ireland and the United Kingdom plus a subsidiary Home Retail Group
  • Austin Rover Group, the name of Britain''s largest carmaker during the 1980s
  • James Argent, nicknamed "Arg"
  • Arginine, an α-amino acid
  • The Antigua Recreation Ground, an international cricket ground in Antigua
  • Arisaig railway station, United Kingdom, from its National Rail code
  • Australian Railroad Group, one of Australia''s largest private rail operators, operating across almost 10,000 kilometres of track and began operating in Western Australia on 17 December 2000 following its purchase of the Westrail freight business
  • ARG Argentina Línea Privada, name given to airline LAPA (Líneas Aéreas Privadas Argentinas) between September 2001 and August 2002 under new ownership
  • Ask Rhod Gilbert, a UK panel game
  • Anti-Replicator Gun on the TV shows Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis
  • ISO 4217 code for Gold and Silver Pesos, a former currency unit in Argentina
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