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(RANDOm) A person who does not fit the personality, identity or character of the group. A rando may be awkward, isolated or downright creepy.
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Rando Machine Corporation designs and manufactures airlaid machines for automotive, abrasives, filtration, health, furniture, and specialty applications; such as military, aerospace, and agricultural.
Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: transportation of children participating in the event rando glires in 2016.
IF you're hangry and some manspreading rando is riling you up, these snackable definitions should help, mkay?
Anthony Rando, the owner of jewelry buyers club, reports, “I've seen an increasing need for consumers to be able to purchase quality jewelry at reduced cost.
To test their hypothesis Rando and colleagues fed different diets to two groups of male mice.
"When stem cells emerge from a quiescent state there is a rapid and dramatic change in their metabolic activity," said Thomas Rando, lead author of the study.
Muscat: The Force Commander of the European Union Naval Force, Rear Admiral Guido Rando, discussed the possible Omani Maritime Security Centre and counter-piracy operations during a recent visit to Port Sultan Qaboos (PSQ).
When director John Rando's revival of On the Town hits Broadway this month, those themes that resonated with audiences in 1944 will again take center stage.
Rando and his dad Gildo were arrested at their home in Glasgow's south side at 4.30am on June 11, 1940.
Rando Bertoia was among a large group of foreign nationals being transported from the UK to Canada on the Arandora Star when it was sunk by a German U-boat off Ireland in 1940.
A team led by Thomas Rando, M.D., Ph.D., professor of neurology and neurological sciences and chief of the Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System's neurology service, has identified characteristic differences in "histone signatures" between stem cells from the muscles of young mice and old mice.
Rando (English, Trinity University, UK) states in his introduction that "[u]topian visions of total information storage had long tantalized the literary imagination...." This study explores the impact on literature of the development of technology and mass media at the end of the 19th century and early decades of the 20th century.