RAHMRome Area History Museum (Georgia)
RAHMRisk Adjustment and Hierarchical Modeling (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; US HHS)
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'Here's a rahm,' he said, at last, flinging back a cranky board on hinges.
The 'rahm' was a kind of lumber-hole smelling strong of malt and grain; various sacks of which articles were piled around, leaving a wide, bare space in the middle.
I had found shelter in Hareton's room, and the old man, on seeing me, said, - 'They's rahm for boath ye un' yer pride, now, I sud think i' the hahse.
The work we are presenting can act as a guide to help explain what to look for and which compounds to expect when materials are placed under high pressure,' says Martin Rahm, Assistant Professor in Chemistry at Chalmers, who led the study.
But Rahm gets angry after a bad shot and he's immediately denounced by broadcasters and writers.
Rahm said: "I felt like I played three different tournaments at this point.
But Spaniard Rahm aims to end that prospect at The Open at Royal Portrush and kick-start a European revival like in the 1980s when his idol Seve Ballestros reigned.
Rahm, pictured left, stayed in Portrush when he won the Irish Open at nearby Portstewart two years ago but makes the opposite journey this week as he looks to improve on his poor record in the year's final major.
With a remarkable eight-under 62, Rahm stormed to a two-shot victory in the recent Irish Open at Lahinch.
Spaniard Rahm, 24, added: "In Ireland, I feel almost as comfortable as at the Spanish Open.
With a clinical finish of a round that he crafted so well, Rahm left himself nothing more than four feet for par at the closing five-shotter.
Rahm fired an eagle, eight birdies and two bogeys at Lahinch to finish 16 under par, two shots clear of England's Andy Sullivan and Bernd Wiesberger, with overnight leader Robert Rock, Eddie Pepperell and Rafa Cabrera Bello a stroke further back.