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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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I could distinctly see the isolated, tree-crowned pinnacle of rock which was detached from the crag.
The emergencies of warfare had accustomed the commandant to gauge the real worth of men; he admired the wonderful quickness of Butifer's movements, the sure-footed grace with which the hunter swung himself down the rugged sides of the crag, to the top of which he had so boldly climbed.
North, and east, and west he looked with wild questioning eyes, and then he realised that his wanderings had come to an end, and that there, on that barren crag, he was about to die.
They were about to resume their journey when one of the youngest and keenest-eyed uttered an exclamation and pointed up at the rugged crag above them.
The National Trust has taken down and removed the 120-year-old wooden pavilion close to Gibson Mill on the Hardcastle Crags estate in Hebden Bridge.
He said: "Lots of people still remember me as the guy who fell off the Crags.
It is unclear how far the man - who suffered neck and back injuries and was airlifted to Wansbeck hospital - fell from the crags.
A daredevil climber who was told he would never walk again after smashing his back in a fall fought the odds to climb 18 crags in two days for charity.
Charles Douglas-Hamilton, son of Lord James, spoke out after an OAP out walking with her young grandchildren had to be rescued from the treacherous crags at Holyrood Park, Edinburgh.
David Dykeman's body rests about 900 feet below the 12,400-foot summit of a mountain in the rugged Devil's Crags area.
It has also been appointed to supply its first National Trust attraction - Hardcastle Crags, near Hebden Bridge, which boasts a wooded valley with more than 25 miles of footpaths and a visitor centre located in Gibson Mill, a former cotton mill.
The Commission has marked out two walks, one of which leads to Hepburn Crags, another view-point which also has its hillfort.