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the standard monetary unit of the Republic of South Africa, divided into 100 cents


a. a strip or margin; border
b. a strip of cloth; selvage


the. short for Witwatersrand

rand (Brit.)

A border, or a fillet cut from a border in the process of straightening it.
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Paul has always worked hard as an ambassador for Pennsylvania and was instrumental in bringing the FORTUNE 500 Forum and RAND Corp.
The study by RAND Corp, which was commissioned by the NTSB in 1998, states that `in significant ways, the NTSB is already at or near breaking point` and featured recommendations for future operational processes.
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Providing quality patient care drives physician satisfaction, and obstacles to quality patient care--such as cumbersome electronic health records--are an important contributor to dissatisfaction, according to a RAND Corp.
This is especially useful when the air controller and other observers do not have line-of-sight to the target and therefore cannot determine its location by lasing," said a Rand Corp.
Security at LAX has been studied extensively for the past four years, including a periodic review by the Rand Corp.
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July 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Senior citizens who receive chiropractic care report better overall health, fewer symptomatic chronic conditions, less days in hospitals and nursing homes and more mobility than elderly non-chiropractic patients, according to a new study conducted by the prestigious Rand Corp.
Strauss and his colleagues relied on a method developed at the Rand Corp.
The various groups involved in the process (the AMA, the specialty societies, the RAND Corp.