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judge advocate general (J.A.G.)

n. a military officer who advises the government on courts-martial and administers the conduct of courts-martial. The officers who are judge advocates and counsel assigned to the accused come from the office of the judge advocate general or appointed by it to work certain court-martials. (See: court-martial, judge advocate)

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JAG

abbreviation for JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL.
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Jaggers, and to keep to your directions; so I thought I had better ask.
Currently, Jaggers serves as the president, chief executive officer and chairman of Jagged Peak Energy, which he joined in 2013.
Philip Jaggers admitted possessing the class A drug when he appeared before Preston magistrates.
At one point the 14-year-old boy pleaded with his father to drive through red lights to escape enraged Ashley Jaggers.
Graham Jaggers, a former assistant PE master at Warwick School, pleaded not guilty to six charges of indecently assaulting the girl, who was 12 or 13 at the time, at an earlier hearing at Warwick Crown Court.
A source close to the Jaggers said: "Mick knows a lot of people thought he was being mean by saying they'd never been married.
Yesterday, the Jaggers were at their London home, preparing to spend one of their last weekends together.
Jagger, 54 - doubtless soon to be nicknamed Jaggers by cricket fans - became a dad for the sixth time earlier this week when his supermodel wife Jerry Hall gave birth to a son, Gabriel Luke Beauregard.
A lock of Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger's hair was bought by an anonymous buyer for about $6,000, auction house Bonhams (http://www.bonhams.com/auctions/20771/lot/176/) said , on its official website, on Thursday.
"OOH OOH BABY, I got a message for you," Sir Mick Jagger croons, among other endearments, on the most recent Rolling Stones single, the aptly titled "One More Shot." The creative muse may have gone south for Jagger and the boys sometime during the first Nixon administration, but the marketing machinery keeps these specimens of a Jurassic social order on life support.
"A Professor's Unforgettables: 5 out Of 10,000 Students in 25 Years" is an enticing collection of sketches by University of Arkansas Professor AnnieLaura Jagger of her humanities students--the more memorable ones, of course.