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RIMEReplicated Image Detector
RIMERelaynet International Message Exchange
RIMEResearch in Medical Education
RIMEReporter, Interpreter, Manager, Educator (student performance goals)
RIMEReading Instructional Methods of Efficacy
RIMERural Income Maintenance Experiment
RIMERanking Index for Maintenance Expenditure
RIMERhizobium-Specific Intergenic Mosaic Element
RIMERessources Sur l'Internet en Management et en Economie (French: Resources of Economic Information on the Internet; University of Montreal)
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Progress relies on the positioning of Rime or Ember and how their worlds affect the challenges you come up against.
Feng ('Desiring Subjects: Mimetic Desire and Female Invidia in Gaspara Stampa's Rime,' pp.
RiME is kind, too, especially if you pay attention.
Coleridge's "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" [Rime] is an extraordinary tale which bears dream-like properties.
Silver Rime finished third at big odds in a seven-furlong handicap, beaten just under four lengths, but that perhaps does not tell the full story.
She wrote other forms of poetry, but her later years were marked by meditative religious poems, which came to be known as her rime spirituali.
"My country is keen to make investments in Iran as the US-led sanctions against Tehran are being removed," Rime told reporters on Thursday.
In her "Introduction" Jane Tylus laments (as have other critics before her), that Stampa as a poet "was virtually ignored for almost two centuries" (2) until Luisa Bergalli included 35 of her sonnets in the 1726 anthology, Componimenti poetici delle piu illustri rimatrici d'ogni secolo, and then published Stampa's entire Rime in 1738.
Of course, once the corpus had expanded and rime and metrical schemes had been reused a number of times, form alone might not suffice to "cite" another song, recalling it to the audience's mind.
At that rime, immigrants faced significant hurdles and discrimination, as author Frederick Allen notes in this issue's "Post Perspective" (page 30).
This study examined whether untreated subfecundity (measured by rime to pregnancy) or infertility treatment were associated with an increased risk of cerebral palsy.