RANS


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AcronymDefinition
RANSRussian Academy of Natural Sciences
RANSReynolds Average Navier-Stokes (equation; computational fluid dynamics)
RANSRange Squadron
RANSRapid Alert Notification System (McLeod Software)
RANSRecent Advances in Nutritional Sciences (Journal of Nutrition)
RANSRapid Anthropometric Nutritional Survey
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'Ran away, a negro man named Henry; his left eye out, some scars from a dirk on and under his left arm, and much scarred with the whip.'
"Hurrah!" shouted Prince Andrew, and, scarcely able to hold up the heavy standard, he ran forward with full confidence that the whole battalion would follow him.
On the contrary, he seemed kindly disposed toward her--too kindly to suit her, for he was prone to run near to her, and when he ran too near it was she who snarled and showed her teeth.
But then in the days of Chaka the rivers ran blood --yes, we had to look at the water to see if it was clean before we drank.
For a moment she eluded him, and ran toward the entrance to the tent, but at the very doorway his heavy hand fell upon her shoulder and dragged her back.
Before us ran the murmuring brook and behind us ran the turn-pike road.
His mother, Louise Bentley, the girl who came into the world on that night when Jesse ran through the fields crying to God that he be given a son, had grown to womanhood on the farm and had married young John Hardy of Wines- burg, who became a banker.
Saturday night after supper I ran downtown to the hotel and slipped quietly into the parlour.
Her mother was still more angry because she had not been told sooner, ran into her daughter's room where the crab-shell was still lying, took it up and threw it into the fire.
I ran up to her, seized her hand, opened it, thrust something in it and closed it again.
At last he could bear it no longer; so he took to his heels, and off he ran in a very sad and sorrowful mood.
"What are you doing here?" he cried in a very gruff voice, and the children ran away.