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Pag is sometimes a misspelling of page or pig.


  1. Pag is a Croatian island in the northern Adriatic Sea. It is the fifth-largest island of the Croatian coast, and the one with the longest coastline.
  2. Pag is the largest town on the island of Pag, with a population of 3,121, located at 44°26′N 15°04′E / 44.44°N 15.06°E. Whole municipality has a population of 5,100.
  3. Pag a.k.a. Pagadian Airport, classified Principal Airport Class 1 or major domestic by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, is the airport serving the City of Pagadian, the rest of the Province of Zamboanga del Sur, and the Province of Zamboanga Sibugay in the Philippines. The CAAP is the arm of the Department of Transportation and Communications which operates all the airports in the Philippines except the major international airports.


Who is Pag?

Pag a.k.a. Michel Pagliaro: Michel Armand Guy Pagliaro is a Canadian rock singer, songwriter and guitarist from Montreal. Pagliaro was nominated for a 1975 Juno Award as male vocalist of the year. He is often referred to as simply Pagliaro or Pag. Although he writes and records predominantly in French, Pagliaro has released material in English.


Pag is a record label.


Pag is a fictional character from the 1983 film Yor, the Hunter from the Future.


"PAG" is a musical album of Michel Pagliaro.

  • released in (16 years ago)


  1. Pag a.k.a. The Pangasinan language is an Austronesian language, which is one of the twelve major languages in the Philippines.
  2. Pag a.k.a. Ephrin receptor A4 is a protein.
  3. Pag a.k.a. peroxiredoxin 1 is a gene.
    • also known as proliferation-associated gene A, thioredoxin-dependent peroxide reductase 2, natural killer-enhancing factor A
  4. PAG a.k.a. Csk binding protein is a protein.
  5. Pag a.k.a. phosphoprotein associated with glycosphingolipid microdomains 1 is a gene.
    • also known as phosphoprotein associated with glycosphingolipid-enriched microdomains, Csk-binding protein

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Google previewMast Cells in Allergic Diseases (2005)

by Hirohisa Saito, Yoshimichi Okayama

Cbp/PAG is an inhibitory regulator of mast cell activation whereas LAT and NTAL are likely involved in the positive regulation of mast cell signaling, although these molecules have also been suggested to negatively regulate degranulation ...

Google previewExpert One-on-One Visual Basic 2005 Database Programming (2006)

by Roger Jennings

PAG is an acronym for Prescriptive Architecture Guidance. The installer adds an Application Architecture for the .NET Wizard node to your VS 2003 templates folder. Subnode templates create project stubs for 11 of the component types that ...

Google previewCentral Neural Mechanisms of Cardiovascular Regulation (2012)

by KUNOS, John Ciriello

The rostral ventromedial PAG is a region that has not been extensively studied physiologically and the function of many of its constituent neurons remains unknown. In its most ventral aspect, the SOM has been anatomically defined as a ...

Google previewGold and Silver Staining (2002)

Techniques in Molecular Morphology by Gerhard W. Hacker, Jiang Gu

PAG is a complex of colloidal ...

Google previewNeurotransmitters in the Human Brain (2012)

by David J. Tracey, George Paxinos, Jonathan Stone

The PAG is a challenging structure for neuroanatomists because it contains very few cytoarchitectural features. However, subdivisions can be identified, each characterized by different sets of connections and involved in different types of ...

Google previewCroatia (2003)

by Jonathan Bousfield

Pag Seen from the mainland, PAG is a stark and desolate pumice-stone of an island which looks as if it could barely support any form of life. Around eight thousand people live here, looking after three times as many sheep, who scour the stony ...

Google previewDictionary of the Favorlang Dialect of the Formosan Language Written in 1650 (1840)

by Gilbertus Happart

Pag. 22. L. 14. Barrono arres: the intervena tion of no between the two substantives, to form the genitive, resembles the Japanese. L. 23. Ba. to, resembles the Malay word batu, a stone. L. 24. Batonomacha, literaly the stone of the eye. (see L.

Google previewA Bibliographical Dictionary (1802)

Containing a Chronological Account, Alphabetically Arranged, of the Most Curious, Scarce, Useful, and Important Books, in All Departments of Literature ... by Adam Clarke

Tgnoti bujus Pent aotitiam Maschio dedi- mus, qui ilium describit pag. 423. Ftnius nos dc e» in opusc. De ignvt. Edit. Eektat. cum V. Megh. et Apht. in Sol. antiqu* Editionis sub in. seculi scvi — Sat de ea peculiari ca- pite Be ignot. Edit. Nulla est ...

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Significancia de obra "El esclavo" Meaning of the "slave skit". Pag of Casa B. 2012

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Biyaya ng langit
pag-ibig sa sanlibutan...

Subalit ang sanlibutan,
ay patuloy na naghahangad
ng panandaliang yaman. (Marites C. Cayetano)
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Scrabble value of P3A1G2

The value of this 3-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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