DREAM


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AcronymDefinition
DREAMDevelopment, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act (US)
DREAMDiabetes Reduction Assessment with Ramipril and Rosiglitazone Medication (drug trial)
DREAMDowntown Revitalization and Economic Assistance for Missouri
DREAMDistance Routing Effect Algorithm for Mobility
DREAMDownstream-Regulatory-Element Antagonist Modulator
DREAMDialogue for Reverse Engineering Assessments and Methods
DREAMDrugs Rule Everything Around Me (Transplants song)
DREAMDanish Rimpuff and Eulerian Accidental Release Model
DREAMDedication Responsibility Education Attitude Motivation
DREAMDolphin Research Education And Management (Australia)
DREAMDefence Related Environmental Assessment Method (UK)
DREAMDiscover the Reality of Educating All Minds (student club)
DREAMDirecting through Recreation, Education, Adventure and Mentoring Program (Burlington, VT)
DREAMDisney Resort Experiences Are Magic
DREAMDynamically Reconfigurable Energy Aware Multimedia
DREAMDistributed Routing Effect Algorithm for Mobility
DREAMDon't Really Expect Any Money
DREAMDaily Recharge Assessment Model (hydrometeorology)
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They tormented my childhood, making of my dreams a procession of nightmares and a little later convincing me that I was different from my kind, a creature unnatural and accursed.
I see explanation is necessary before I can tell you of the substance of my dreams.
I laid me down and I slept, but a dream arose and sat by me with a hooded face, and showed me a picture.
Doubtless thy dream was evil, and yet more evil was the omen of the fire that fell upon thy hut.
Thy life itself interpreteth unto us this dream, O Zarathustra!
Verily, THEY THEMSELVES DIDST THOU DREAM, thine enemies: that was thy sorest dream.
But now came the most remarkable part of the dream.
Affery, woman,' said Mr Flintwinch, with a friendly grin on his expressive countenance, 'if you ever have a dream of this sort again, it'll be a sign of your being in want of physic.
She could do good, if not noble, work as a teacher; and the success her little sketches were beginning to meet with in certain editorial sanctums augured well for her budding literary dreams.
No child had ever before had any part in the shy man's dream life.
My first thought was, "Well, what an astonishing dream I've had
I knew, by my past experience, that she must have seen me, in my absence from her, while I was spiritually present to her mind in a trance or dream.