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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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His trench was tied to chopper and taken from the craggy rocky area and rushed to the Fethiye State Hospital.
Like the time he was plucked from relative stand up comedy obscurity to play a character who was to become the wide-eyed icon of sitcom: Father Dougal McGuire in Channel's Four's Craggy Island diamond, Father Ted.
The 35-year-old had just reached the summit of the 3,589ft Sgurr Choinnich Mor around five miles east of Ben Nevis, when he lost his footing and fell down the extremely steep and craggy eastern slope of the mountain at around lunchtime on Saturday.
Ten years on and poor luckless Ben Stiller is still struggling to convince craggy Robert De Niro he is capable of maintaining the circle of trust.
Name the Father Ted star who is swapping Craggy Island for the Yorkshire Dales after landing a role in Emmerdale?
Trained by in-form Liz McNair, Droopys Bohart suffered an odds-on reverse at the hands of Craggy Ted in the third semion Thursday, but looked a shade unfortunate as he was crowded when challenging at the second bend and rallied really well to be beaten just a short-head.
In December last year a Middlesbrough County Court judge ruled that the fire engine driver, Jeffrey Craggy, bore two-thirds of the responsibility and the police car driver one-third.
The Kobrand Corporation has introduced WILD ROCK, a new wine line from New Zealand's Craggy Range.
But using prosthetics to turn his craggy face into an equally wrinkled 61-year-old was never going to work, so no wonder Jean-Christophe Novelli recognised him immediately.
ON TINY feet, pail and spade in hand, The shiny sea beyond moving sand, Crabs and coloured shells and waves, Dunes, rocks and dark, craggy caves, Exploring eyes, adventure, discovery, On his lone trek to the mighty blue sea, The vast horizon is oh so far away, In silver water where mermaids play, Loneliness as tears begin to fall, Silence, then waves white and tall, Tiring in hot sun, stumbles in wet sand, Smiling, now enwrapped in daddy's hands.
none other than the craggy Postleth waite who is preparing to play King Lear at the Everyman.