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Carem

Place

Carem was a place mentioned in the New Testament as the home of Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist. It is most often associated with Ein Kerem, a modern suburb of Jerusalem.

Miscellanea

CAREM is an Argentine nuclear reactor designed by CNEA.

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Google preview3 R's of Nuclear Power (2009)

Reading, Recycling, Reprocessing : Making a Better Tomorrow for Little Joe by Jan Forsythe

Central Argentina de Elementos Modulares (CAREM) • CAREM is an Argentine concept to develop, design, and construct a simple, small, and safe nuclear power plant. • Integrated Modulated Water Reactor (IMR) (Japan Energy Research ...

Google previewFundamentals of Nuclear Science and Engineering Third Edition (2016)

by J. Kenneth Shultis, Richard E. Faw

CAREM is an integral SMR based on LWR technology. Its reactor pressure vessel contains 12 mini-helical once-through steam generators and the reactor's hydraulic control rod drive mechanism. The design incorporates two novel features.

Google previewThe Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)

An International Work of Reference on the Constitution, Doctrine, Discipline, and History of the Catholic Church by Charles George Herbermann

By some scholars Carem has been identified with the Bethacarem or Bethacharam mentioned in Jere- mias vi, 1, and II Esdras, iii, 14; but be that as it may, there is a general consensus of critical opinion to the effect that the ancient Carem ...

Google previewTuttle Balinese-English Dictionary (2014)

by Norbert Shadeg

nyarem trans (carem n) have an internal ulcer. nyarem-in trans (carem intrans) attend, be present at. nyareng H trans (sareng intrans) be with, assist (mbareng L). nyareng-in trans help, work with someone, participate in sth.

Google previewLexicon medicum, Græcolatinum ... Ex Hippocrate et Galeno desumptum (1651)

Vma conjugìo carem, vide Vena a;;ygox. Vena coronalii , sive Stephaniea . vide Vega Perifleb);-mica. Vena craflì, vide Cressa vma. Vena cubici mummvide Huma-aria; : Vma subiti interna, vide Axillarli. Vent mulgmtes,vide Emulgmm una.

Google previewKonkani-English dictionary (1930)

by Dacho Furtad

UBIC vo UDOC n water ; carem udoc, salt water ;savem udoc, fresh water. UDOC SODDUNC to let water flow, to cleanse, to irrigate. UooczAUNcto melt, to dissolve Into water. UDOR /' womb, utero. UEL f shout, clamour. UFA loss at a game for ...

Google previewEtymologicon magnum, or Universal etymological dictionary, on a new plan [By W. Whiter]. (1800)

by Walter Whiter

In the Welsh Dialects of the Celtic, we find the verbs so manifestly invested with the Latin and Greek form, that others likewise have observed the coincidence: Carem, Cdreck, C#/ent, mean ** We, We, They loved;'' and the same analogy is ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language... (1768)

by Samuel Johnson

Cognions Carem WATCH / [p.cci-e, Saxon ] 1. Forbearancc ofsleep 2. Attcndance without slcep Add.J. 3. Attention; close observation. Shakefp. 4. G nard ; vigilant keep. Spete/er. ç. Watch man; men set to guard Spenfer. 6. Ptact where a guard ...

Google previewNuclear Energy Encyclopedia (2011)

Science, Technology, and Applications by Thomas B. Kingery

Argentina has also developed a small nuclear reactor design for cogeneration or desalination alone—the 100 MWt CAREM (an integral PWR). Most or all these have requested technical assistance from IAEA ...

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Scrabble value of C3A1R1E1M3

The value of this 5-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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