adjective, noun Informal.
Origin of ag
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AGs become targets of election-year warfare and they have little ability to shape a policy agenda.The Short List of Candidates to Replace Janet Napolitano at DHS|Daniel Klaidman|July 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Initially, it was the Republican AGs giving Miller a hard time.
By all rights, bank regulators in Washington, not the AGs, should have been the ones clamping down on these abuses.
The same negative result is to be derived from the fact that Ags.Torrent of Portyngale|Unknown
Letters to Des Maizeaux (one interesting, offering him pecuniary assistance) in Ags.