rag week

  1. a week at British universities during which side-shows and processions of floats are organized to raise money for charities
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How To Use rag week In A Sentence

  • Although in the past I know I have fully expressed my dislike for getting taken to school by my parents, during rag week we really had no choice.
  • The whole gang get kidnapped by students indulging in some sort of rag week prank.
  • Police have given permission for the march to take place although refused to let it begin from York Minster because of the University's student rag week.
  • The spectacle of seeing drunken teenage boys and girls falling on the streets early in the afternoon shocked many in Sligo during rag week.
  • We'd planned loads of entertainment in the bar right across rag week including comedians, bands and DJs.
  • The Institute closed its bar during rag week last year and has developed a code of practice for all drinks-related activity on campus.
  • He wasn't a med student collecting in the street for rag week.
  • We want also to express our concern and sympathy to any person in the community who was discommoded by students' activities during Rag Week.
  • Half the time they act like they are taking part in a university rag week.
  • It made me laugh, even though it had a kind of amateur, student rag week kind of feel to it.
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