LGR

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AcronymDefinition
LGRLazy Game Reviews
LGRLet's Go Rangers
LGRLow Grain Refrigerant (dehumidifier)
LGRLive Guest Relocation (IBM)
LGRLos Gatos Research (Mountain View, CA)
LGRLondon Greek Radio
LGRLinear Growth Rate (statistics)
LGRLaser-Guided Rocket
LGRLong Gun Registry (Canada)
LGRLiquid Gas Ratio
LGRLocal Government Review (UK)
LGRLet's Get Real
LGRLeucine-Rich Repeat-Containing G Protein-Coupled Receptor
LGRLansing Grand River (General Motors; Michigan)
LGRLocal Grid Refinement (reservoir engineering)
LGRLocal Government Representative (various locations)
LGRLocal Governments Reimbursement (RPA Program)
LGRLittle Girl's Room (ladies' restroom)
LGRLast Great Race
LGRlight-water cooled, graphite-moderated reactor (LGR).
LGRLondon Grand Rank
LGRLocally Generated Reference
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In spite of this, The Register-Guard chose to give its readers the worst coverage yet of "The Last Great Race."
The grueling 1,150-mile race from Anchorage to Nome, termed "The Last Great Race on Earth," has yet to have a disabled competitor, believes Suriano, who aims to be the first.
Seavey, a six-time veteran of the 1,049-mile Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, has rigged up a sled with wheels, so that even in summer visitors can experience the thrill of what's been called "The Last Great Race On Earth."
Sometimes called "The Last Great Race on Earth," the Iditarod trail stretches across jagged mountain ranges, frozen rivers, forests, and miles of windswept coast.
"The Last Great Race" holds its official start at 10 a.m.
On the morning of March 5, 2016, Anchorage, Alaska was abuzz with onlookers cheering sled dogs and mushers as they lined up to run the "last great race on earth".
Now he wants to devote all his energies to his last great race against time keeping Rangers in Europe as a result of beating Panathinaikos at Ibrox tomorrow.
"The Last Great Race" has its official start 10 a.m.
On the morning of March 5, 2016, Anchorage, Alaska was abuzz as onlookers cheered sled dogs and mushers as they lined up to run the "last great race on earth".
"The Last Great Race" has HIH its official start 10 a.m.
For the past forty-one years, the Iditarod, also known as "The Last Great Race On Earth, has been a tradition revered by Alaskans.
Known as "The Last Great Race on Earth," the Iditarod has 68 teams entered this year for Iditarod 41.