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raggle, reglet, raglin

1. A manufactured unit, often of terra-cotta, having a groove to receive flashing; also called a raggle block or flashing block.
2. A groove cut in stone or brickwork to receive flashing.
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Raglin, 58, died of a heart attack from complications after surgery on Aug.
Raglin, Norfolk Southern Railway, Brosnan Forest, Dorchester, SC, USA.
O'Connor PJ, Raglin JS, Martinsen EW, 2000, Physical activity, anxiety and anxiety disorders.
I left the two of them and had a friendly chat with Raglin, a comparatively recent addition to the band and hence unknown to me.
16-Meeusen, R.; Duclos, M.; Foster, C.; Fry, A.; Gleeson, M.; Nieman, D.; Raglin, J.; Rietjens, G.; Steinacker, J.; Urhausen, A.
Hay que considerar que cuando la fatiga se prolonga en el tiempo y no se respeta la capacidad de adaptacion del deportista, se puede producir una disminucion del rendimiento que se manifiesta no solo en sintomas fisiologicos, sino tambien de caracter psicologico (Morgan, Costill, Flynn, Raglin & OConnor, 1988; Garatachea, Hernandez-Garcia, Villaverde-Gutierrez, Gonzalez-Gallego & Torres-Luque, 2012).
On the other hand, divers are exposed to extreme situations and must overcome emergencies that may cause intense emotional activation and also require an adaptive response, which is sometimes perceived as disproportionate with respect to the available resources (Anegg et al., 2002; Bachrach & Egstrom, 1987; Morgan, Raglin, & O'Connor, 2004).
The relationship between activation, anxiety, stress and performance is particularly important for adaptation in the diving field, where the errors associated with the complex environmental demands can cause a high level of risk and significant physiological, emotional, cognitive, behavioral and social costs (Bachrach & Egstrom, 1987; Baddeley & Idzikowski, 1985; Morgan, Raglin, & O'Connor, 2004).
(8) For a complete discussion of the ACS questions, see Matthew Brault, Sharon Stern, and David Raglin, "Evaluation report covering disability," 2006 American Community Survey Content Test Report P.4 (U.S.
NANTWICH TOWN: Brain, Cool, Foster (Hudson), Hughes, Raglin, Dicker, Lane, Maguire, Wilson (Bentham), Clayton, Guest.
The findings support research by Raglin (2001) and Beverly and Wray (2010).