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(1) See retweet and Windows RT.

(2) "Real talk." Being honest. See digispeak.

(3) (RISC Technology) An earlier 32-bit RISC-based workstation from IBM that used the company's ROMP microprocessor and PC AT 16-bit system bus. It ran two versions of Unix: IBM's AIX and AOS (Academic OS), the latter a BSD version. Introduced in 1986 as the RT PC, the "PC" was later dropped to avoid confusion with IBM's x86-based PCs. Not very popular, the RT was superseded by the RS/6000 family. See RISC.


Constructed, protected, and/or treated so that exposure to intense rainfall will not result in the entrance of water.
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and William Beaumont Hospital in Michigan, this textbook for radiation therapy technologists, dosimetrists, and radiation oncologists reviews the basic physics and technology of radiation therapy.
With more than 700 installations worldwide, ExacTrac is used by radiation therapy technologists, medical physicists and radiation oncologists to perform precise patient positioning and monitoring in the treatment of tumors in the brain and body.

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