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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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Hester explains that the "ultimate source" of this image of the Christian wayfarer journeying over "cragged and steep" terrain to reach the pinnacle of "the huge hill" upon which "Truth stands," while familiar through Dante's Commedia, Boethius's Consolation of Philosophy, and many other medieval and early modern works, derives from Plato's Timeaus.
(112) See, e.g., Jean Hampton, An Expressive Theory of Retribution, in RETRIBUTIVISM AND ITS CRITICS 1, 5-6 (Wesley Cragged., 1992).
Relief was etched on Coleraine boss Marty Quinn's cragged features - his gamble to throw a 16-year-old rookie, Stephen Dooley, came up trumps as the youngster grabbed an 84th-minute equaliser against Donegal Celtic.
As he said in his fascinating "personal philosophy," Around the Cragged Hill, government "always implies and involves power." Quoting Henry Adams, he further noted that a friend in power is a friend lost.
Flanagan & Gail Whiteman, Ethics Codes and MNCs as Minority Shareholders: The Case of a Bauxite Mine in Brazil, in ETHICS CODES, CORPORATIONS AND THE CHALLENGE OF GLOBALIZATION 212, 234-38 (Wesley Cragged., 2005).
The surrounding wilderness is an alpine dreamscape: crevassed glaciers, glistening snowfields, cragged peaks, steep mountainsides thick with timber, blue lakes, wildflower meadows, tumbling creeks, raging rivers--most painted in various shades of surreal green.
The lines disappear and turn into cragged white shapes on black that resemble a topographical map, evoking the wilderness charted in Byrd's books.
and melting toward him with all the pure ardor of her lonely and womanly heart," or as "a cragged and castled baron" who would "execute le droit de seigneur upon the choicest of the enfeoffed wives and wenches," for example (LHA 109).
One consequence of this rapprochement has been a growing awareness of the claim made by John Donne in "Satire 3," that "On a huge hill, / Cragged, and steep, Truth stands".