crag


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rock

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a steep rugged rock or cliff

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CRAG have recently won the Marsh Award for Community Archaeology, sponsored by the Council for British Archaeology (CBA) and the Marsh Christian Trust.
At the junction of routes before Crag Farm (below left) we keep to the right and pass through a wooden field gate before our pathway runs through an area of mixed woodland.
2 The crags up on your right-hand side are very popular with climbers.
This is a crag that Tom and myself know intimately so it came as a shock when we could not find a route named 'Quietus'.
The next heat is at Thrunton Long Crag Fishery on January 10.
Police are not looking for anyone else after his body was found at the foot of Malham Cove, a limestone crag in North Yorkshire.
CrAg is detectable in serum a median of 3 weeks before the onset of symptoms of CM, making screening for serum CrAg and subsequent treatment of those with a positive test result a potential means of reducing CM-related mortality (2).
Norman, OK, USA) was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for detection of CRAG in CSF and serum.
Mr Aindow had been walking across a stretch of steep ground on the east face of Crinkle Crags in poor conditions.
8220;The CORDURA[R] brand team joined with Millet to marry both durability and style in the Crag Denim Pant and Capri,” said Cindy McNaull, global CORDURA[R] brand and marketing director.
Just 14 woolly willow plants were clinging to life near an innaccessible Highland crag.
TWO climbers are "lucky to be alive" after getting into difficulties on a Snowdonia crag on Sunday night.
Serum crag was significantly associated with AIDS but not with HIV (p<0.
An inquest heard how Ben Wintringham was abseiling down a crag in the far west of the Atlas Mountains when he fell and died of severe head injuries.