LRAM

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LRAMLand Rehabilitation And Maintenance
LRAMLicentiate of the Royal Academy of Music (UK)
LRAMLet's Raise a Million (Morehouse College; Atlanta, GA)
LRAMLong-Range Attack Missile
LRAMLeft Rectangle Approximation Method
LRAMLocal Random Access Memory
LRAMLow-power Random Access Memory
LRAMLondon Royal Academy of Music (UK)
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He then returned to UK in 1988 where he achieved his Band Master degree, a diploma from the Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music and from the Associate of the Royal College of Music as well as an advanced certificate of qualification for a staff band appointment as director of music from the Royal Marine School of Music.
Serious students graduated after two or more years of concentrated study of "a standard so high that the certificate granted may be regarded as a distinction worthy of attainment." (8) The resulting diploma, which was considered invaluable for those seeking a professional music career in teaching or performing, earned students the professional designation LRAM (Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music), ARCM (Associate of the Royal College of Music), LAB (Licentiate of the Associated Board) or, after 1933, LRSM (Licentiate of the Royal Schools of Music, London).
She gained her Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music and was made an Associate and Fellow of the Royal College of Organists.
She holds the Licentiate of The Royal Academy of Music in Piano Teaching, and the Dalcroze Teacher's Certificate, both from England.
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