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Amram

(ăm`răm), in the Bible. 1 Moses' father; ancestor of a Levitical family. 2 Edomite. 1 Chron. 1.41. Hemdan: Gen. 36.26. 3 Jew who had married a foreign wife.
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When mission assurance does call for protecting space-based capabilities, the options today are the same four that were formulated by Amrom Katz almost 50 years ago: make them invulnerable, make them replaceable, make them invisible, or prepare them to shoot back.
(33.) Goldman S, Amrom D, Szliwowski HB, Detemmerman D, Goldman S, Bidaut LM, et al Reversible striatal hypermetabolism in a case of Sydenham's chorea.