Recently, acronyms have been invented for RAG
to stand for "Raise And Give", "Raise A Grand" or "Raising and Giving"; purportedly coined to convince a manager in a large charity of the value of working with students.
For those seeking something that embodies the familiarity of a rag
through the more humble offerings from that genre, Jones' new settings will be sure to satisfy.
I've just received notification from Michael Matz that Union Rags
has received a minor tendon injury which will mean he will miss the balance of the 2012 season," owner Phyllis Wyeth's bloodstock advisor Russell Jones told the Thoroughbred Times.
A SPLASH OF COLOUR: A work in progress for Coventry's Arty-Folks' exhibition Rags
to Riches which will open at the Glass House in the city centre's Jordan Well tomorrow and (left) Artist Trudy Rees-Marklew (left) and Michelle James from Coventry art group
For extra sympathy, she even pinched the youngster under his rags
to make him cry.
had sealed his deck and left a pile of oily rags
on the deck, Lighty said.
A good practice is to have the rags
checked out at a central location, such as the tool room or hazmat.
Coral make Rags
To Riches an 8-1 shot for the Breeders' Cup Classic.
Use white rags
only; chemicals that dissolve stains can also make fabric colors bleed and stain your floor.
These truncated arrangements generally utilize only two of the usual four 16-bar strains from the original rags
paper towels and old rags
as substitutes for cleaning patches and new cleaning rags