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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Accordingly, I took him off belay, and threw my end of the rope down the crag.
In a multisite cohort of HIV-infected persons with suspected meningitis in sub-Saharan Africa, we compared CRAG LFA performance with that of traditional diagnostic tests.
8220;CORDURA[R] Denim fabric featuring LYCRA[R] fiber technology was a natural choice for the new Crag Denim Pant and Capri because of its combination of exceptional durability, high strength and outstanding comfort.
We reached them just after midnight and started lifting them up to the top of the crag.
A one year follow-up evaluation of the prevalence of serum crag, mortality and morbidity ratio in ARTnaive AIDS patients who were seropositive or sero-negative for crag in the preliminary survey is being studied and will be reported later.
22) In 707 patients initiating ART in Cape Town, stored serum samples from 13% of patients with CD4+ T-cell counts [less than or equal to] 100 cells/[micro]l tested positive for CRAG in a retrospective analysis.
However, before dawn on th the 30 , Crag Piquet, which overlooked the south of the camp (and at this time held by only twelve men), was overrun.
The Force Crag mine is located amid spectacular scenery at the head of Coledale Valley, 4 km southwest of Braithwaite and 7 km west of the town of Keswick in the Lake District, Cumbria.
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.
Claire Wright, aged 49, from Kings Heath, suffered head and leg injuries after plunging from Shamrock Crag, Scafell, in Cumbria.