To solve the Fermat problem, Miyaoka, a specialist in algebraic geometry, which concerns the relationship between geometric surfaces and solutions of equations, ventured into a relatively new field known as

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- Air and Ground (freight transportation services)
- Alaska Air Group (aviation)
- Allgemeine Anthroposophische Gesellschaft (German: General Anthroposophical Society)
- Allied Arts Guild (Menlo Park, CA)
- Alpha-Acid Glycoprotein
- American Association of Geographers (Washington, DC)
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- Anciennes Automobiles du Gier (French car club)
- Anti-Aircraft Gun

- Army Artillery Group (Opposing Forces)
- AS/400 Advocacy Group (IBM AS/400 midrange system)
- Asia-America Gateway (submarine communications cable system)
- Asociación Argentina de Golf
- Asociación Audubon de Guatemala (Audubon Association of Guatemala)
- Assistant Adjutant General
- Assistant Attorney General
- Assistant Auditor General
- Association of American Geographers (Washington, DC)
- Association of American Geologists

To solve the Fermat problem, Miyaoka, a specialist in algebraic geometry, which concerns the relationship between geometric surfaces and solutions of equations, ventured into a relatively new field known as **arithmetic algebraic geometry**.