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RAI

abbreviation for radioactive iodine.

SHC3

A gene on chromosome 9q22.1 that encodes a signalling adapter protein involved in the signal transduction pathways of neurotrophin-activated Trk receptors in cortical neurons. It is highly expressed in the brain, especially in the cerebral cortex, frontal and temporal lobes, occipital pole, hippocampus, caudate nucleus and amygdala.
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These guarantors have pledged substantially all of their assets to secure the notes and RAI guaranteed secured credit facility.
The quantity is alleged and purely indicative, as estimated on the basis of historical data Rai and Rai Way.
Rai said last week that he would join Pope Francis during a May 24-26 tour of the Holy Land, a visit that would make him the first Maronite patriarch to do so since the founding of Israel in 1948.
Ironically, Modi, Rai, Tiwari and Singh are the main petitioners in the case.
The plan or "project" envisions the integration within NewCo of several RAI divisions currently operating in the international sector--such as RaiTrade (content sales), New York-based Rai Corp.
This is all a bogey, just a bogey," Rai said emphatically.
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Rai was awarded the Yudh Seva Medal on Monday ( Republic Day) for killing a foreign terrorist in a close encounter last year, however he did not live to collect his medal.
During the interview, this VideoAge reporter was bewildered by Andreatta's surprising questions about whether Rai Fiction was required to pay for the resulting article and why certain basic business details about her division (such as distribution rights) were of concern to VideoAge's readers.
I came to the Holy Land to tell our people who are living here that this is our land, we were born here, Jesus Christ was born and resurrected in this land," Rai told believers during a Mass at Amman's St.
Born on 1 November, 1973, Aishwarya Rai shot to fame winning the coveted Miss World title in 1994.