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rat race

[′rat ‚rās]
(electronics)
A particular type of radar waveguide configuration which allows the handling of greater power.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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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.
"I absolutely fell in love with this, watching the rat race growing up.
"It's a rat race down south - the money, shallowness and the fragility of management and coaching.
Staff member Danny Cleaton said: "The Rat Race certainly isn''t for the faint hearted.
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The electronic media, running a rat race for 'breaking' news, really broke news and aired these fake claims, setting off a waive of confusion in the audience, especially the bereaved families.
Are you a CPA who left the rat race to become a paramedic?
If you've lost your enthusiasm for the gym or are plodding instead of pounding the streets, it's time to get off the treadmill and join the Rat Race.
"If only I could win the Lotto," he told me, "I'd get out of this rat race so fast they'd never know I was here in the first place."
The adventure-seekers were taking part in the two-day Rat Race event which challenged their physical and mental strength on a range of sporting activities set up across the city.