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(Atelier de Genie Logiciel) French for IPSE.
Historical Examples

Some of the same critics also could scarcely choose between these and his songs to agl in her day, or Camille in hers.
“Le Monsieur De La Petite Dame” Frances Hodgson Burnett

His head-dress is encircled with the black ‘agl of camel’s hair like a rustic crown.
Out-of-Doors in the Holy Land Henry Van Dyke

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