RAG


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AcronymDefinition
RAGRed, Amber, Green
RAGRing Again
RAGRuhrkohle AG
RAGRadiocommunication Advisory Group
RAGRecombinase-Activating Gene
RAGReplacement Air Group
RAGRegional Associations of Grantmakers
RAGReceive and Give
RAGRemember and Give
RAGRow Address Generator
RAGRiver Assault Group
RAGReturn Air Grill (HVAC)
RAGRéseau d'Alimentation Générale (French utilities network)
RAGRegimental Artillery Group (OPFOR)
RAGRisk Advisory Group
RAGResource Allocation Group (tunnel between MDG and HA)
RAGRunway Arresting Gear (aviation)
RAGRing Airfoil Grenade
RAGRed/Amber/Green report (quick status of a program/project)
RAGRound-Robin Arbiter Generator
RAGRemoval of Aquatic Growth
RAGRaising & Giving (UK student charitable organization)
RAGRémunérations Annuelles Garanties (French: Annual Remuneration Rights)
RAGRadial Artery Graft
RAGRegional Aleph Godol
RAGRéaction Alcalis-Granulats (French: Alkali-Aggregate Reaction)
RAGRegion Adjacent Graph
RAGregular array grammar
RAGRisk Assessment Guideline
RAGReserve Air Group
RAGRequirements Assessment Group
RAGRequirements Advisory Group
RAGRandom Acronym Generator
RAGRepair Parts Analysis Group (US Navy)
RAGRed Arrogant Git (UK)
RAGRemote Access Gateway
RAGRamgavar Azadagan Gusaktsoutioun (Armenian Ramgavar Party)
RAGResearch Associate in Geology
RAGResidents Action Group
RAGReal Academia Galega (Galician: Royal Galician Academy; Galicia, Spain)
References in classic literature ?
There wasn't a rag of his tower left, but I had the government rebuild it for him, and advised him to take boarders; but he was too high- toned for that.
I haven't got a rag to wear but this robe and the wings.
co'se you'd like to know--wid yo' po' little ole rag dollah.
There was a garret above, pierced with a scuttle over his head; and down through this scuttle came a cat, suspended around the haunches by a string; she had a rag tied about her head and jaws to keep her from mewing; as she slowly descended she curved upward and clawed at the string, she swung downward and clawed at the intangible air.
As to her money, she first secreted it in odd corners, wrapped in a rag or an old curl-paper; but some of these hoards having been discovered by the housemaid, Eliza, fearful of one day losing her valued treasure, consented to intrust it to her mother, at a usurious rate of interest--fifty or sixty per cent.
The hands of the man who sawed the wood, left red marks on the billets; and the forehead of the woman who nursed her baby, was stained with the stain of the old rag she wound about her head again.
A man with no hat, and with broken shoes, and with an old rag tied round his head.
One unclean rag was about me, my hair a black tangle: no doubt my discoverers thought me a madman.
Snagsby makes another bolt, as if the bit of bread and buffer were insurmountable "--at a rag and bottle shop.
Clopin Trouillefou, arrayed in his royal insignia, wore neither one rag more nor one rag less.
Then, whirling up his cudgel, he rushed upon Robin as an angry bull rushes upon a red rag.
She dragged him to an unholy sink, and, soaking a rag in water, began to scrub his lacerated face with it.