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RAG

Abbreviation for:
recombination activating gene
Red Amber Green (traffic light)  
risk assessment in genetics
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The Mull cheddar was served at room temperature (makes such a difference) and the Ragstone (a very strong goats cheese) was amazing.
An impressive cheese board features Ragstone goat's cheese (from Dorstone, Hereford) and Monkland semi-hard Cheddar-style cheese (from Pleck Farmhouse, Leominster).
It features creamy celeriac soup with local crab; pan roasted fillet of stone bass with crackling, smoked eel, shrimps and parsley; Shields haddock with prawn and oyster vinaigrette; seared North Sea halibut with Jerusalem artichokes, chanterelles and shiraz; roasted rack and braised shoulder of Longwitton hogget with leeks, onions and Ragstone goats' cheese; and dark chocolate pave with amaretto.
Has shown enough to win a small maiden and has plenty in hand of those to have raced on the bare form, but the interesting one might be the debutant Kent Ragstone, who is certainly bred for the job.
Its Norman ragstone tower-keep was built around 1127 by William of Corbeil, Archbishop of Canterbury, and still stands 113ft high.
AKMAL is as low as 12-1 with Coral to provide John Dunlop with a first Ascot Gold Cup win since Ragstone in 1974 after his victory in the Blue Square Henry II Stakes at Sandown yesterday.
He regularly uses Ragstone mature goats cheese from Dorstone, Herefordshire, which he serves as part of an elaborate starter featuring mulled wine syrup and jelly, gingerbread, truffle honey and poached pear.
;WELCOME to the real world for punters trying to buy money in the Geoffrey Freer on John Dunlop's Ascot Gold Cup hero Ragstone. Sadly for those investing on the 4-7 chance he's not at the races and Pat Eddery bolts in on Herbert Blagrave's 14-1 shot Realistic.
YARMOUTH: 2.30 Expect, 3.00 Solidarity, 3.30 Shotgun Start, 4.00 Thomas Hobson, 4.30 Kent Ragstone (nap), 5.00 Master Of War, 5.30 Exotic Guest.
For the purists there have been countless top-class horses, not least two Derby winners in Shirley Heights and Erhaab, star sprinters such as Habibti and super stayers like Ragstone, not to mention a champion filly in Salsabil.
Berkswell ewe's milk cheese is made in Ramhall, near Coventry and a number of Herefordshire dairies produce Ragstone goat's cheese log.
RON Hutchinson enjoys an armchair ride on John Dunlop's unbeaten favourite Ragstone to take the Henry II Stakes.