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RAG

Abbreviation for:
recombination activating gene
Red Amber Green (traffic light)  
risk assessment in genetics
References in classic literature ?
Sancho Panza, seeing his master treated in this fashion, attacked the madman with his closed fist; but the Ragged One received him in such a way that with a blow of his fist he stretched him at his feet, and then mounting upon him crushed his ribs to his own satisfaction; the goatherd, who came to the rescue, shared the same fate; and having beaten and pummelled them all he left them and quietly withdrew to his hiding-place on the mountain.
I dogged 'em to the widder's stile, and stood in the dark and heard the ragged one beg for the widder, and the Spaniard swear he'd spile her looks just as I told you and your two --"
Another student alleged that the seniors ragged freshers and even forced them to watch porn movies till 5 a.
Nearly 54% of the students (N = 81) had reported of being ragged in the institute as a fresher.
He was ragged by 4 senior students who along with the director of the institute and the warden of the hostel reportedly remain free till date.
Even though Kumar maintains that he was ragged, college authorities are singing a different tune.
Graders = its students, ragged = teased, mocked; raged = cut loose, danced on and on--rag, ragga and/or reggae.
I don't understand why everyone is always whining about trying to get their shots into "one ragged hole.
4 : done in an uneven way <a ragged performance>
John Gilbert Road and nearby Ragged Hill Road, several miles north of downtown, desperately need to be maintained by the town, according to the former chief.
The advertisement boldly declared, "Increase Speed and Accuracy at All Ranges--What Every Shooter Wants--One Ragged Hole.
Instantly a classic, Standards Left Ragged is a remarkable recreation of the perpetually interesting lifestyle and timely truths of the fledgling navy during the pre-revolutionary America era.