Arg or ARG may refer to:
The Arg (, meaning citadel in Dari and Pashto) serves as the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan. It sits on an 83 acres wide area in the affluent neighbourhood of Wazir Akbar Khan. The Arg was built after the destruction of the Bala Hissar in 1880 by the British Indian troops. It has been used by many Afghan kings and presidents, from King Abdur Rahman Khan to current President Ashraf Ghani.
n. (context computing programming informal English) An argument; a value passed as a parameter.
Usage examples of "arg".
Right afterward the Arg fighter-bombers hit the beachhead with bombs and machine-gun fire, killing forty-seven men, injuring another fifty, and wiping out five of our six attack helicopters.
SAS team could cope with anything except discovery, because that might very well mean death from an Arg helicopter gunship combing the area where someone had located them.
And within one minute the Arg helicopters were on them again, streaking in low over the grass, both firing now, and Douglas Jarvis flung himself over Rick Hunter to take the impact of the bullets himself.
The hero and heroine of the story, named Arg and Gogogoch respectively, tried to smash their machine at birth, but this resulted only in fissiparous replication of the monster.
You think I could call my sister in Kentucky and tell her the Args have gelded me?
Colonel Weston, it was the only big hit the Args took on the Falkland mainland.
That way they make the Args concentrate their search forces up there in the wrong place.
Because if the Args picked it up, Captain Jarvis and his team would be hunted down by sheer weight of numbers.
According to our satellites, the Args often have two destroyers plus two frigates in there.
The Args either believe they lost us, and that Puma simply crashed into the mountain.
Since most of the abbreviations consist of the first three letters of the name, they are not difficult to memorize: glycine gly alanine ala valine val leucine leu asparagine asp'Ntb aspartic acid asp glutamine ghrNH2 glutamic acid glu THE HUMAN BRAIN isoleucine proline phenylalanine tyrosine tryptophan serine threonine ileu pro phe tyr try ser thr lysine histidine lys his arginine methionine arg met cystine cysteine cy-S-cy-SH Of the abbreviations that are more than the first three letters of the names, ileu, asp-NH2, and ghrNH2 should be clear.