PRAM


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AcronymDefinition
PRAMPublic Relations Advertising Marketing
PRAMParallel Random Access Machine (informatics)
PRAMParallel Random Access Machine
PRAMPhase Change Ram
PRAMParameter Ram
PRAMPhase-Change Random Access Memory (non-volatile computer memory)
PRAMParameter Random Access Memory (memory used in a Macintosh with a battery to retain system information)
PRAMParents, Resources and More
PRAMPipelined Random Access Memory (Distributed Shared Memory)
PRAMProductivity, Reliability, Availability & Maintainability
PRAMPipeline Risk Assessment Method
PRAMProgrammable Analog Module
PRAMPsychiatric Residents Association of Manitoba
PRAMProbabilistic Risk Assessment Methodology
PRAMPerinatal Research, Audit and Monitoring
PRAMPropelled Rocket Assisted Mine
PRAMPassenger Reservation Army Management System
PRAMPre-Recorded Announcements and Music (aviation)
PRAMPreliminary Reports of Aircraft Mishaps
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"I grabbed the pram. In the space of about ten or 20 seconds this woman comes over to my daughter, puts her arms out and says 'hiya baby'.
But he said when Laura went to bring the pram out for two-year-old son Evan, she discovered the car door was open.
Vehicle exhaust pipes usually sit within one metre (3.3ft) above the road surface, while infants in prams are positioned between 0.55m (1.8ft) and 0.85m (2.8ft) above ground level.
Tiffany said the aunts had learned their lesson after the horrifying incident, which left the contents of the pram strewn over the platform.
A pram with a view was still a must-have in the early 1970s when Germany came out with their own version of with a window on each side as well as one in the direction of travel.
Having had three kids and innumerable pushchairs and prams between them I can honestly say that the cheapest one turned out to last the longest.
Prams are pricey and it's just asking for them to be stolen.
Smith then moved to the front of the pram and started to push into it.
"This stunning pram is the perfect example of stately elegance and noble good looks, teamed with masterful engineering," the product description for the pram, on department store (http://www.johnlewis.com/silver-cross-balmoral-pram-pink/p231877188) John Lewis's website reads , "The steel bodied pram rides upon a C-spring chassis which is cushioned with leather suspension straps and chrome spoked wheels, ensuring the pram glides along the ground seamlessly.
It's a far cry from designing James Bond's motors at their Gaydon works, but bosses pledge their luxury pram will ensure babies are neither shaken or stirred.
The world-famous firm teamedup with bespoke pram makers Silver Cross to design the Silver Cross Surf - Aston Martin Edition, complete with the car company's iconic 'spread wings' logo on spoked wheels.