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AcronymDefinition
RAGSResearch and Graduate Studies (various universities)
RAGSRisk Assessment Guidance for Superfund
RAGSRecycling Advisory Group Scotland
RAGSRetailers of Art Glass and Supplies (professional organization)
RAGSRoadster Association of the Great Smokies
RAGSRiver Area Gal Society (California)
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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.