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RAG

Abbreviation for:
recombination activating gene
Red Amber Green (traffic light)  
risk assessment in genetics
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Rags to Riches, one of racing's most popular stars after becoming the first filly in 102 years to win the Belmont, was sent off as the 2-5 favorite by the small crowd of 7,361 in Elmont, N.
Mix one part household bleach with four parts water, soak a rag in it and lay the rag over the stain.
Rags Land the Storehouse offers classic collections, specialty gifts, and fantastic toys
A spokesman said: 'The fires had been caused by the combustion of rags soaked in linseed oil.
The effect takes place in cotton-rag paper, too, although more slowly than in newsprint because rag paper has longer cellulose chains and therefore fewer chain ends to react with water and generate acid, says Shahani.
The Quaker Farms School Bicentennial Rag Rug Project was a cooperative effort in celebration of the 200th birthday of the small, rural town of Oxford, Conn.
Similarly, RAGs serve a useful role in the community as moderators, educators, conveners, and collaborators that unite diverse interests and solve community problems.
By using these procedures I not only do rags for my grandmother, mother and myself, but I'm often asked to sell my rag balls to other weavers.
Instead of a sponge, the application "tool" for ragging can be cheesecloth, old sheets, rags or clothing - almost any absorbent fabric (preferably cotton) that is relatively light in weight.
Pockets made with a pair of thin, cheap wash rags make a perfect solution to the TV or VCR remote control problem.
Michael Matz Keeps His Eye on Union Rags Using Stallwatch Equine Video Surveillance