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REMRapid Eye Movement (band)
REMRapid Eye Movement (sleep state)
REMRemark
REMRoentgen Equivalent in Man/Mammal
REMRemote
REMRemington
REMRemove(d)
REMRemainder (computer programming and mathematics)
REMRasterelektronenmikroskop (German)
REMReal Estate Management
REMReal Estate Magazine
REMRecognition Memory
REMRare-Earth Metal
REMRegistered Environmental Manager
REMRandom Effects Model
REMResource Efficiency Management (US Navy)
REMRisk Enterprise Management
REMRegister of Ecological Models
REMRadioactivity Environmental Monitoring
REMReflection Electron Microscopy
REMRandom Early Marking
REMRing Error Monitor
REMRéseau Européen de la Microfinance (French: European Microfinance Network)
REMRegional Electricity Market
REMRemote Elevator Monitoring
REMRetrieving Effectively from Memory (Shiffrin & Steyvers)
REMReference Earth Model
REMRéseau Européen des Migrations (French: European Migration Network; est. 2002)
REMRun-Time Enforcement for Mobile and Distributed Systems
REMRetention of Employment Model (UK NHS)
REMRapid Evaluation Method
REMRoute Evaluation Module
REMRefocusing Mechanism
REMRange Extension Modes
REMRange Equipment Manual
REMRange Encryption Module
REMRelease Escape Mechanism
REMResonancia Electromagnética
REMRelease Engagement Mechanism
REMRegistered Equipment Manager
REMRisk Equalisation Mechanism (EU health insurance)
REMRedmax Enterprise Modem
REMReady-to-Eat Meal
REMRadon Environmental Monitoring (Northbrook, IL)
REMRemote Extension Moscow
REMRefurbished Equipment Market
REMReview Existing Maintenance (engineering)
REMRickitt Educational Media (educational software: UK)
REMReal Estate Media
REMRacial Ethnic Minority (population classification)
REMRegional Executive Manager
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It had been used, apparently, in remote feudal times, for the worst purposes of a donjon-keep, and, in later days, as a place of deposit for powder, or some other highly combustible substance, as a portion of its floor, and the whole interior of a long archway through which we reached it, were carefully sheathed with copper.
After all, they were less human and more remote than our cannibal ancestors of three or four thousand years ago.
And invisible to me because it was so remote and small, flying swiftly and steadily towards me across that incredible distance, drawing nearer every min- ute by so many thousands of miles, came the Thing they were sending us, the Thing that was to bring so much struggle and calamity and death to the earth.
Our instruments enable us to perceive craters, with the inner cones so common to all our own volcanoes, giving reason to believe in the activity of innumerable burning hills at some remote period.
But one cannot think of everything or foresee contacts of things apparently as remote as stars and hop-poles.
Its manufacturers are prosperous, and it is worthy of remark that one of the most ingenious machines known in European art is derived from the keen ingenuity which is exercised in this remote region.
In this remote country, in this ancient duchy of Bretagne, which was not France at that period, and is not so even now, the people knew nothing of the king of France.
At their hospitable boards I occasionally met with partners, and clerks, and hardy fur traders from the interior posts; men who had passed years remote from civilized society, among distant and savage tribes, and who had wonders to recount of their wide and wild peregrinations, their hunting exploits, and their perilous adventures and hair-breadth escapes among the Indians.
Far in the forest, dim and old, For her may some tall vault unfold -- Some vault that oft hath flung its black And winged pannels fluttering back, Triumphant, o'er the crested palls, Of her grand family funerals -- Some sepulchre, remote, alone, Against whose portal she hath thrown, In childhood, many an idle stone -- Some tomb fromout whose sounding door She ne'er shall force an echo more, Thrilling to think, poor child of sin
Common meals seem also to have been an ancient regulation, and to have been established in Crete during the reign of Minos, and in a still more remote period in Italy; for those who are the best judges in that country say that one Italus being king of AEnotria.
If I reflect on an action still more remote, ten years ago or more, then the consequences of my action are still plainer to me and I find it hard to imagine what would have happened had that action not been performed.
As for the people of his fiction, though they were of orders and civilizations so remote from my experience, they were of the eternal human types whose origin and potentialities every one may find in his own heart, and I felt their verity in every touch.