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RAIM

[rām or ¦är¦ā¦ī′em]
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"We were glued to the film, even my reluctant father," said Raim, who is not Jewish.
The NLOS signal can be detected and mitigated by judging measurement of more satellites using Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (RAIM) [8].
The system also provides Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (RAIM) prediction capabilities to support Hawaiian's Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)-based operations.
In this sequel to The Oathbreaker's Shadow (Flux/Llewellyn, 2015/VOYA February 2015), Raim completes a danger-filled mythological/ human journey with his spirit companion, Draikh, to find the origin and meaning of his promise knot and his personal destiny.
Raim Emanuel (mayor, Chicago) takes the train to his city hall office about twice a week.
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Summit level and base level technique are efficient instruments for geomorphologic analyses, especially those related to neotectonic movement (MARTIN, 1966; HUZITA; KASAMA, 1977; DEFFONTAINES et al., 1994; RIIS, 1996; FERHAT et al., 1998; KUHNI; PFIFFENER, 2001; SATO; RAIM, 2004; ROMER, 2008; MOTOKI et al., 2009a), eroded volcanic edifices (VILARDO et al., 1996; MATENGREAU et al., 1999; RUST et al., 2005; OKUMA et al., 2009), and erosive resistance (MOTOKI et al., 2008a; AIRES et al., 2012).
There is an increase in the number of Kyrgyz citizens who go to Syria to participate in the war, representative of law enforcement bodies Raim Salimov said on February 11 at a press conference in Osh.