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RAG

Abbreviation for:
recombination activating gene
Red Amber Green (traffic light)  
risk assessment in genetics
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A day after the Mar-a-Lago event, RAGA was scheduled to hold a dinner for top donors at The Breakers, a luxury Palm Beach hotel that's on the National Register of Historic Places, with U.
In the Sur Moomal Rano rendering there is not only the replacement in the Raga Nat Narayan of Komal Gandhar to Tiwar Gandhar but it makes the feeling of Birha Rasa too.
Other losers' bracket matches being played at press time pitted Raga against Mark Romero, Richard Alinsub versus Arnel Bautista and Baseth Mapandi against Rodney Morris, among others.
The morning raga washed over the ashram, sending waves of devotion across the vast acres, filling every void and drowning the darkness of lethargy, touching chords in every heart.
La Declaracion de Bolonia ofrece un nuevo marco para las ensenanzas musicales, cuyo alcance resulta profusamente tratado en la obra, pues las aportaciones defendidas en la tesis doctoral de la autora (febrero de 2009) se han visto confirmadas tras la aprobacion del Real Decreto 1614/09, de 27 de octubre; aunque en opinion de la profesora Marzal Raga, la incorporacion de los Estudios Superiores de musica a la Universidad se muestra inaplazable y en este sentido, la obra analiza las alternativas que, de lege ferenda, podrian sostener una decision legislativa de tal alcance.
Of these, 28 listened to 30 minutes of "rhythmically homogenous" classical, Celtic or raga music daily while practicing slow abdominal breathing.
This is most evident in the Gat movements of the Raga Kirwani (one of the most popular ragas in North India today), where the unison playing is executed so well as to not be able to tell the difference between the instruments.
Every raga has a unique personality, whereby it lends itself to a certain time of the day and/or to a certain mood or emotion.
Raga and ragini are the widely used Sanskrit spellings of the two terms, which clearly identify the two genders.
The raga poem composed by Ranajit Malla clearly highlights his inner feeling.
in their hard-driving, eclectic and tightly arranged country rock -- even when the psychedelic, Celtic and Indian raga elements come to the fore.
Through interviews with both Indian and Western musicians influenced by them, as well as discussions of their music and experiences, the author covers raga, rhythm, Indo-Jazz, and Indian music's influence on classical and pop music in the West.