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REALM

Rapid Estimate of Adult Literacy in Medicine Medical communication An instrument used to rapidly assess a Pt's literacy skills and, presumably, ability to understand medical information. See Language mismatch.
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Battle Realms Legends is a collectible card game RPG that also draws upon the franchise's real-time strategy roots by introducing territorial control and resource management into the mix.
to see a photo of the Cleric from the official website of "Shadow Realms.
Free Realms continues to engage players of all ages around the world," said John Smedley, president of SOE.
4) In the city these 'capsules' include such developments as gated residential and business estates, and the privatised ersatz public realm of the mall, all under CCTV surveillance, pervaded by capsularised electronic entertainment and isolated and adrift from context to be linked by the safety of the mobile capsule of the car.
Separation" is thus the relegation of religion to the realm of the private.
The 15,000-page novel and artworks discovered in a reclusive Chicago janitor's apartment after his death are explored in a documentary, ``In the Realms of the Unreal.
When you dance, you are not one, but four distinct beings, dancing in four different energetic bodies: physical, mental, emotional, and the realm of your spirit.
In Antoine Compagnon's "Marcel Proust's Remembrance of Things Past," the reader encounters the artist whose work, although it be fiction, defines The Realms of Memory more than any other.
It is too easy to casually speculate about Darger's psychosexual makeup, but whatever the particulars of his early life, In the Realms of the Unreal is the document of Darger's struggle to survive - it is where he both lost and found himself.
On occasion, the medication used to help alleviate problems in this and other realms contribute to other difficulties (e.
Enter a grim world of perpetual conflict to fight for the Realms of Order (Dwarfs, High Elves, and Empire) or Destruction (Greenskins, Dark Elves, and Chaos).
Gearbox Software has sued 3D Realms and Interceptor Entertainment for making use of its IP without any permission or consultation.