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rat race

[′rat ‚rās]
(electronics)
A particular type of radar waveguide configuration which allows the handling of greater power.
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Rat Race founder Jim Mee said: "There is no issue with the event itself but the market is challenging and we have decided not to continue with it for now.
The CENTRAL Rat Race has been one of Hong Kong's signature charity events since its launch in 2006.
The Rat Race spokesman said: "After that brutal assault on your legs there are plenty more challenges to come before you earn your medal, including an abseil.
Bachelder, about the first River Rat Race 50 years ago.
I always try to do something big at least once a year to try and raise some money, and this time the Rat Race and Sense caught my eye," he adds.
The whole Rat Race concept was born in Edinburgh by Jim Mee of Detail Events who has expanded the Rat Race Urban Adventure Series throughout the world.
This was Belfast's second Rat Race and Jim Cree, the creator of the event, said: "Belfast offers a really eclectic mix of adventure opportunities.
HUNDREDS of adventure-seekers took to the streets for this year's Rat Race, managing to kayak, abseil, run and cycle in just eight hours.
Well ladies the fastest race in a rat race is still a rat.
WHILE THE MAJORITY OF SOCIETY RUNS THE RAT RACE AND GOES THROUGH THE MOTIONS WE BARGE FULL SPEED AND MAKE UP OUR OWN RULES.
Women in the West have always worked, of course, but over the past five decades they've fought hard for equal access to the more rewarding lanes in the capitalist rat race.
I hope people will leave on Sunday thinking that they don't have to be part of the rat race, making the mad dash and doing too much to not being able to enjoy this time,'' Stevens said.