RAVES


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RAVESRapid Aerospace Vehicle Evaluation System
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0 distills Uber Ravers' recommendations from various programs into bite-sized video Raves and displays them along with other information about the places they're raving about.
So anyone hearing about a rave party instantly imagines boys and girls sniffing some kind of powder.
During the early 1990s, raves started to migrate to the United States, where electronic music was becoming hot.
It raises a whole load of issues - not just raves, but rock concerts, baseball and football games are at risk.
The RAVE Act--which was approved without amendment by the Senate Judiciary Committee on June 27, nine days after it was introduced--is worded so broadly that its chilling effect could extend far beyond raves.
Race Raves provide a space for public discussion of racism and its effects so we as a society can move towards reconciliation and racial justice.
One sector of British rave music, the lumpen-prole subculture called hardcore or jungle, has stripped techno down to drum and bass.
The reaction against raves reflects familiar anxieties about what the kids are up to, especially when it comes to As the chemical symbol of raves, MDMA-a.
Some people think it's all about the drugs, but my friends and I go to raves, and we don't do drugs.
If I hadn't gone to raves and been surrounded by people who were totally accepting, who knows if I would even be out today?
April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Rave Computer introduces two new rugged rackmount servers in 1U and 3U aluminum form factors, developed for the Department of Defense, with customizable parameters that fit aboard aircrafts, ground based vehicles, surface ships, and subsurface ships.