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rajas

/ra·jas/ (rah-jus´) [Sanskrit] according to ayurveda, one of the three gunas, characterized by activity, stimulation, and movement.

rajas (rä·js),

n in Ayurveda, the primordial quality of matter responsible for action and activity. This guna is considered positive when in balance.
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The old RAJAR diary was a rather austere document printed on A4 pages.
The objective for the new RAJAR system was to use the sample more efficiently.
Again, the ever-increasing number of stations being measured and reported by RAJAR called into question the practicality of printed reports.
Introduction of the new RAJAR contract: January 1999
The following section examines the key issues facing RAJAR over the next two years.
The RAJAR survey is the largest audience research survey in the world outside North America and the most complex.
Programme controller Adam Bridge said: "It's an interesting RAJAR this time - broader remit stations such as ourselves seem to have lost on reach but gained in hours.
Although trials of two electronic meters were held between January 2002 and March last year, RAJAR subsequently announced it would not be implementing the new system.
Under the system used by RAJAR, the station was behind competitors Classic FM and Virgin AM and FM, TWG said.
TWG said it may take action against RAJAR shareholders, including the BBC.