CRAG


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CRAG

Abbreviation for:
Charging for Residential Accommodation Guide (Medspeak-UK)
Clinical Research and Audit Group (Medspeak-UK)
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Pete Maher from Newcastle returned nine to Coe Crag; John Williams from Morpeth put back eight; Lol Seddon from Stakeford released 12 over both lakes; Joe Brown from Bedlington landed 13 from Long Crag; and Grant Downie from Blagdon released 14 to 6lb on Long Crag.
Above left: Alnwick's Ian McEwan with a 10lb rainbow caught and released at Thrunton Long Crag Trout |Fishery; and George Burton, from Ashington, with a brace of Chatton rainbows totalling 8lb 8oz
Quantification of CRAG incidence can be determined by determining CRAG titer.
Unfortunately the group were off-route due to a navigational error and were located on horrible steep ground on the east face of Crinkle Crags.
Meeting the unique demands of climbing enthusiasts in high-intensity environments, both the Crag Denim Pant and Capri were developed with essential details in mind.
Because of the size of the crag we asked for the chair Llanberis team to assist and the helicopter.
It was the first day of their trip and the three had decided to climb part of a crag having decided it was safe to do so.
23) CRAG screening could also identify these patients, allowing for pre-emptive therapy and fast-tracking for rapid ART initiation--an issue of particular priority given the exceptionally high mortality of South African patients in this pre-treatment period.
Mountain views and wildflower meadows highlight the relatively easy climb to this panoramic former lookout site perched on a crag between the Three Sisters and the McKenzie River Valley.
John is excited about the work of CRAG as it will move the environmental work of the church in a focused direction.
Some Banff residents, led by the Crag and Canyon newspaper, expressed their concerns over the automobile; in particular, critics depicted its users and owners as endemically law-breakers.
But Alan Goodall, vice chairman of Crag, says he and chairwoman Sharman Williams are not convinced.