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What does SG stand for?

SG stands for Specific Group

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Addressing the procession, Provincial President of Pashtun Students Federation (Pukhtoon SF) Syed Zubair Shah Agha and others said that a specific group has illegally occupied the college hostel and they are challenging the decision of Balochistan High Court without any solid reason.
Addressing the procession, Provincial President of Pashtun Students Federation (Pakhtoon SF) Syed Zubair Shah Agha and others said that a specific group has illegally occupied the college hostel and they are challenging the decision of Balochistan High Court without any solid reason.
However, it has only recently started to use such data to identify specific groups whose progress is less than good, such as more able girls and students of Indian ethnic heritage.
some passages are written by experts on a specific group and feature details of the authors' research, in addition to comprehensive accounts of the social and breeding behaviors of the animals and conservation efforts on their behalf.
Bush's State of the Union address proposed an amendment to the Constitution that would forever take away marriage rights from a specific group of people solely because of their partners' gender.
The following committees are currently seeking a new chairperson: * Canadian Legislative and Regulatory Affairs Committee (CLARA) * Education Development Committee * Industry Specific Group Program * Standards Development Committee * Member Relations Committee All ARMA members who wish to apply, including those presently serving as chairs, need to fill out an application, which can be downloaded from the ARMA International Web site at www.
Ted Jelen, a scholar at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas, said his research has led him to conclude, "There is widespread support for the idea of religious freedom as a symbol, but many Americans are quite willing to restrict the actual religious liberty of specific groups considered dangerous or strange.