- n a festivity in ancient Greece at which competitors contended for prizes
- Bloom's view of literature as a ceaseless agon between challengers and titleholders is interesting and, in some instances, true.
- Much of the lands that you called home today belonged to the obrigional people not too long agon in historic sense.
- In fact, the Greek word for contest, agon, has become rather painful in English.
- Lindsay Owen-Jones in Companynewsgroup (Comunicado de prensa)
- At the end of the board meeting, Sir Lindsay Owen-Jones said: "In 2006, we succeeded in ensuring the smooth transition to a new Group management organisation. Under the dynamic leadership of Jean-Paul Agon, the year ended with a strong increase in...