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RAG

Abbreviation for:
recombination activating gene
Red Amber Green (traffic light)  
risk assessment in genetics
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But somehow I think residents of the Colne Valley would prefer a traditional rag pie with their chips and peas.
Use white rags only; chemicals that dissolve stains can also make fabric colors bleed and stain your floor.
Former Scarlets star Quinnell said, 'The two clubs have had some fantastic encounters over the years and two things could always be relied on: the rag doll and a great open brand of rugby.
We spread the Throw Rag articles, yet again, across this great nation.
The effect takes place in cotton-rag paper, too, although more slowly than in newsprint because rag paper has longer cellulose chains and therefore fewer chain ends to react with water and generate acid, says Shahani.
In preparation for the project, the students were introduced to a sampling of American Folk Art, which included paintings, carved forms, quilts and rag rugs.
She also formerly served as assistant for constituent relations and deputy assistant to the current president of the council, and as project coordinator of the Union Institute Center for Public Policy Tower is president and chief executive officer of the Northern California Grantmakers, an RAG in the San Francisco area.
As a third generation carpet weaver, I learned from early on the fundamentals of using old clothing and linens for woven rag rugs and potholders, braided rugs, crocheted baskets and mats, quilts, toys and even "new" clothes--just to start with a few ideas.
The prisoners who write articles for us say, `We will make sure the RAG never dies,"' says Sheila.
Dip part of the rag in the paint, then lightly blot it against the walls.
Featuring a revival of the 1918 Serenata Morisca, the evening-length dance drama Clytemnestra, 1958, and her very last choreographic jewel, Maple Leaf Rag, 1990, this celebration of Graham's oeuvre one hundred years after her birth showed the work to be every bit as complex today as it was during her lifetime.