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RAG

Abbreviation for:
recombination activating gene
Red Amber Green (traffic light)  
risk assessment in genetics
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truncatus is consistent with predictions of sudden population expansion model (SSD = 0.0047, P = 0.4750; Harpending's raggedness index = 0.0349, P = 0.5270).
N=number of samples; Nh=number of haplotypes per location; h=haplotype diversity; [pi]=nucleotide diversity; [[pi].sub.s]=Watterson's theta; [F.sub.s]=Fu's [F.sub.s]; [H.sub.ri]=Harpending's raggedness index; SSD=sum of squared differences from mismatch analysis.
Sporian Microsystems develops sensors and point of care systems that feature small size, weight, and power consumption, raggedness, and wireless networking to facilitate portable operation.
No matter, they dominated Blues, who were puzzling due to a lack of conviction, composure and too many misplaced passes and general raggedness.
One of the things about the Mazdaspeed3 I like is its embrace of character, its willingness to let a little raggedness show here and there in the cause of adrenaline.
Perhaps completing the picture requires saying that the aspect that complements the raggedness of culture and media in Lebanon appears most clearly in political formations centered around the person of their leader taking control of life and death among their followers (or rather among the general Lebanese population).
We don't want to clarify it too much because it has to keep its raggedness, and it has to keep its claws, but that's the ride that we want people to go on.
"We are saying that hijab is elegant and that being veiled is not equivalent to raggedness and lack of femininity."
He writes that, "It were no service to you, to send you my notes upon the Book, because they are sandy, and incoherent ragges, for my memory, not for your judgment; and to extend them to an easinesse, and perspicuity, would make them a Pamphlet, not a Letter." (71) The notes were compiled with a compression and haste suggested by both their raggedness and their sandiness.
Gamacho's army, for example, is described as "an armed mob of all colours, complexions, types and states of raggedness" (Nostromo 326).
This segmentation can be interpreted in terms of an optimality criteria framework (Vincent, 1998): (1) the pixel values along the track (to maximise), (2) the length of the track (to minimise), (3) the raggedness of the track (to minimise).