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RAG

Abbreviation for:
recombination activating gene
Red Amber Green (traffic light)  
risk assessment in genetics
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An offshoot of Rags to Riches Dubai, the Abu Dhabi branch has contributed 92 clothing items including crocheted blankets towards the mission.
Winning designs with judges in the Rags To Riches competition.
since Olson took over in October 2005, got its start as Rags to Riches in 1976.
He said: "My hat is off to Rags To Riches. They ran the last quarter in :23 4/5 in a mile-and-a-half race and she's a deserving Classic winner.
Andres Bermudez boasts his own rags to riches story a la mexicana.
David Lean's version of Pip's pilgrimage from rags to riches may well be the best movie ever made of a Charles Dickens novel.
Puritan New Englanders took wealth as a sign of God's favor, and by the nineteenth century our culture was dominated by the Horatio Alger mystique of rags to riches.
Yet she advances this statement without considering evidence presented by historians like Stephan Thernstrom that mobility in the United States was never rags to riches for ordinary people.
The 6ft 8ins 22-year-old stands between the Scot and a place in Sunday's Wimbledon final after a rags to riches rise to the top.
FASHION student Daisy Eyre has been named Rags to Riches 2012 winner - having transformed just pounds 15 worth of material from Birmingham's Rag Market into an outfit suitable to be sold in Harvey Nichols.
She said: "I found it rather emotional, a rags to riches kind of story - a bit like Evita herself.
CHARITY begins at home was the message from this group of singers who were turning rags to riches in this Chronicle archive picture from September 1985.