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Synonyms for Aga

title for a civil or military leader (especially in Turkey)

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John Wray Country Stoves can bring your Aga range cooker into the 21st Century with the ELECTRICKIT.
Leamington-based Aga Rangemaster chief executive William McGrath described its creation as an "Eureka moment" in the company's history.
The sales surge helped Aga offset steep rises in raw material costs, notably an extra pounds 1m from stainless steel price hikes.
Debby Hitchmough, Loyd's wife and business partner, explains: ``Of course we have also sold Agas to a galaxy of stars during our 10 years in business.
"Cleaning an Aga properly should take a minimum of three hours.
He was speaking as Aga reported a 47 per cent fall In 2008 profits to pounds 14.4 million and said revenues for the year had slipped by 4.2 per cent to pounds 279.4 million.
Aga said it was raising its full-year dividend to shareholders by 20% to 7.2p.
The Aga is the shortcut to the rural dream, a home, a hearth, crusty baked bread, pancakes and a myriad of home-cooked meals.
In the past, the Aga was solid-fuelled and had to be against an outside wall so the fumes could get out of the house via a flue.
Aga makes branded cast iron cookers and utensils and has its biggest market outside the M25.
The cottage had an Aga. Some of you ( the Northumberland set ( will be all too familiar with Agas.
An upbeat Aga Foodservice said yesterday it was on target to sell 10,000 Agas next year as it served up a solid increase in half year sales and profit.
Last week, the group identified where its first retail outlet will be sited in Paris, where upmarket Agas will be sold alongside home products like Fired Earth tiles and Elgin & Hall fireplaces.
It intends to produce 10,000 Agas, which retail from pounds 5,000, by 2003, up from 7,000 last year.