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Rand

(rand),
Gertrude, U.S. visual psychologist, 1886-1970. See: Hardy-Rand-Ritter test.

Rand

(rand),
M.J., 20th-century pharmacologist. See: Burn and Rand theory.
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RAND President Rich, bringing attention to the RAND Corporations ongoing robust exchanges with the government and academic think tanks of the ROK to build cooperative ties therewith, particularly spoke of the Corporations plan to create a Korea Policy Chair position in it in a bid to further step up cooperation with the ROK.
Create a committee and come and debate us inside the RAND Corporation, and we'll record it and make a tape available for you.
Source: "The Muslim World After 9/11," RAND Corporation, 1776 Main Street, Santa Monica, California 90407.
Amadae's account begins with the Rand Corporation and its contribution to public policy formulation through the development of sophisticated decision-making technologies.
Jeffrey Mirel claims that there is no research to support our America's Choice School Design program, citing studies by the RAND Corporation and the American Institutes for Research (AIR).
Not surprisingly, both hired the RAND Corporation, a nonprofit think tank whose business it is to crunch numbers, analyze data, and suggest solutions to specific problems.
A recent study published in JAMA, conducted by the RAND Corporation think tank for the California HealthCare Foundation, found health information on websites is generally accurate, but often incomplete and hard for consumers to understand.
Small class sizes in early grades, better academic instruction in the pre-kindergarten years and more money make a real difference, says the study, undertaken by the Rand Corporation, a public policy group based in Santa Monica, Calif.
Authors of a report recently published by the RAND Corporation also address critical infrastructure protection.
Box 2138 Santa Monica, CA 90407-2138 The RAND Corporation is a non-profit organization that was formed in 1948.
Immigrants may be adding as much as $10 billion to the economy each year," says RAND Corporation economist James P.
Lesser, both affiliated with RAND Corporation, have now composed what is easily the most substantial and empirically grounded study of this entire question.