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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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"I have always thought about doing medicine," says Rand.
Lamach, Ingersoll Rand's chairman and CEO, along with the current Ingersoll Rand executive team, will continue to lead ClimateCo, which is expected to be renamed.
The structure of Companion highlights the unique personal value of Rand's philosophy, which is highly motivating.
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Second, you should consider whether to suggest bifurcating the trial so as to establish the appropriate RAND rate prior to liability.
A few months later, Judge Holderman, presiding over In re Innovatio IP Ventures, LLC Patent Litigation in the Northern District of Illinois, set the RAND rate at 9.56 cents per unit for a portfolio of 17 patents that he found were standard-essential for the IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi standard.
The excerpt from Hobbes sets the stage for Pojman's critique of Rand, which depicts Rand's conception of self-interest (inaccurately, and without significant textual analysis either of Hobbes or of Rand) as though it were somehow continuous with Hobbes's.
Rand was indicted on five counts of securities fraud and 20 counts of mail fraud on March 5, 2008.
Six million copies of The Fountainhead provided evidence of the following that Rand developed.
Occupying two floors of the 56-storey U-Bora commercial tower, the office serves as the Middle East and Africa centre for all of Ingersoll Rand's brands.
In a summary, Ayn Rand advocated perhaps the U.S.'s most extreme form of conservatism in the modern era: It's an economic plan that's so extreme and cruel, most Americans would be appalled by it -- it is that far from the modern/postmodern American civilization and experience, which is a mixed-capitalist system rooted in democratic values.