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RAM

RAM (Random Access Memory)

a COMPUTER memory device from which data can be read and on to which data can be written. The contents of such memory can be added to, or erased, by an operator. RAM is incorporated in microchips which allow the operative access to any part of the memory without having to move sequentially through the contents of the memory from start to finish.

RAM

Short for reverse annuity mortgage. See reverse mortgage.

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V represents the nodes obtained from the finite element model of the rostrum.
oryzae, the adults possess well specialized and adapted rostrum which assist them in infesting host seeds/grains.
2014), who compared the apical spine or prong of some Sepia cuttlebone with belemnite rostra, interpreting that the Sepia prong is a good analog for belemnite rostrum.
It read: "The real issue here is not with the actions of any one individual but with the wording of the rules, which implies that horses should never be allowed to enter the course before the starter has taken up his position on the rostrum.
Var of both Davutoy-lu and Jagland leaving the rostrum
Arseniy Yatsenyuk was giving his report at the Supreme Rada when a deputy from President Petro Poroshenko's party went up to the rostrum with a bunch of red roses.
The deputy Oleh Barna then took the PM tried to drag him away as Mr Yatsenyuk clutched on to the rostrum.
The Prime Minister when invited to address participants of the event first directed removal of bulletproof rostrum and then addressed the august gathering.
I've had some good meetings in the ELRC - I've got on the rostrum a number of times but still not managed to win it.
Integument reddish black, slightly paler at the apex of the rostrum and tibiae, and much paler in the antennae; and set with truncate, whitish, brown and dark brown recumbent scales, with the scales sparse, separate and not covering the entire surface (Figs.
alba (Haddock and Chaplin, 1982) and also infestation by Apion rostrum Say (Apionidae) which is a pre-dispersal seed predator of both perennials (Petersen et al.
Not I by Polish composer Agata Zubel and So Very Strange by Icelandic composer Ulfur Hansson were selected "most worthy for worldwide broadcasting" by radio music producers participating in the International Music Council's 60th International Rostrum of Composers in Prague in May.