AIGA (formerly an initialism for American Institute of Graphic Arts) is an American professional organization for design. Organized in 1914, AIGA currently has more than 22,000 members throughout 66 chapters and more than 200 student groups nationwide. Its activities include the AIGA Medal, the AIGA Design Archives, and annual design competition
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(from the article `American Samoa`) the native peoples of New Zealand, Tahiti, Hawaii, and Tonga. The Samoan way of life, or fa`a Samoa, is communal. The basic unit of social ...
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[name] Aiga is a Latvian language feminine given name, the most popular such name descended from Livonian language origins. Several names have descended from Aiga, among them being Aigis, Aigija, Aigins, Aigisa, and Aigita. The first recorded use of this name was in 1940 in Riga. The use of the name peaked in the 1970s and has declined sinc...
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