Origin of rem
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Origin of REM
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Origin of ad rem
Definition for rem (4 of 4)
adverb, adjective Law.
Origin of in rem
Examples from the Web for rem
For instance, in active REM sleep, breathing and pulse may be irregular, and small muscular twitches are common.The Tracker That Might Actually Help You Sleep Better|DailyBurn|October 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
My scores for light, deep, and REM sleep were well within normal, but I still felt sleepy in the morning.
It is the only popular consumer technology to measure both REM (which restores the mind) and deep sleep (which restores the body).
But I suppose a kind of longstanding love of specific bands would be Radiohead, Wilco, Neil Young, Tom Waits, REM.Toni Collette on ‘The Realistic Joneses,’‘Lucky Them,’ and Crying in ‘The Sixth Sense’|Melissa Leon|June 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The most recent service opened with the REM song “Everybody Hurts.”Atheist Ex-Pastor Jerry DeWitt’s Mission to Red America|David Masciotra|November 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The same writer very justly remarks that the Scriptural and Talmudical accounts of the Rem have one decided distinction.Bible Animals;|J. G. Wood
"Rem acu tetigisti, my dear," said my father, borrowing Cicero's pun on the occasion.
Sermnem erum ex servs nus excpit; rem ad cnsuls dtulit.20 Datae15 ad Tarquinium ltterae manifstum facinus fcrunt.Selections from Viri Romae|Charles Franois L'Homond
In admiralty proceedings in rem, bail is often required for procuring the release of arrested ships or cargo.
"'Rem acu tetigisti,' my dear," said my father, borrowing Cicero's pun on the occasion.The Caxtons, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton