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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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Festival organiser Peter Phillips said: "We wanted to do it in winter because it will recreate the bleakness of Craggy Island.
The first episode gave an initial glimpse of the surreal genius of writers Graham Linehan and Arthur Matthews as the Fun Land came to Craggy Island - a funfair that boasted such attractions as The Spinning Cat, Freak Pointing, The Crane of Death and The Tunnel of Goats.
Craggy rock legend Mick Jagger topped the chart which was organised to tie in with a new show on the Bravo TV channel, called Hellraisers' Handbook.
David Powell, 52, climbed in through an upstairs window to rescue 34-year-old Patrick Craggy from his burning Waterloo flat on Sunday night.
Antalya is one of the most romantic cities in Turkey, perched on the top of craggy cliffs overlooking the Mediterranean, it has been in continuous use since it was founded in the first century BC by Attalus II of Pergamon, and the best part of the old city, stone built, with curving, shaded cobbled streets is still within its Roman, Seljuk and Ottoman boundaries.
The contours of his craggy face and neck mimic the folds of his gray shirt and baseball cap.
Last year Roger Bourland, a 46-year-old gay music composer and professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, found himself climbing a craggy hill in former Yugoslavia to experience the divine firsthand.
Adventurer Ben Fogle (above) sets out to discover more about the craggy cliffs and sandy beaches of Dorset.
HOLLYWOOD hunk Billy Bob Thornton is known for his craggy looks, grizzled hair and heavily tattooed body.
Settled into this landscape beneath a craggy snow-capped mountain, the holiday house by Gisle Lokken looks south and westwards towards the sea and evening sun.
1932-36, a steep, craggy canyon wall exhibits an astonishing variety of earthen hues--brown, mauve, taupe, chalk--blended and juxtaposed with seemingly infinite subtlety.
There he is shanghaied into marrying her by her father, Daddy-O (an all-but-unrecognizable Rod Taylor, looking craggy and bloated), who is also the town's resident Mussolini.