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movement

(Activity), noun campaign, cause, mass movement, motion, operation, principle, series of actions directed towards a particular end, undertaking

movement

(Progress), noun action, agitation, circulation, course, denomination, effort, great cause, interest, issue, measure, outflow, performance, removal, shift, step, stir, stride, transition, transmittal, traveling

movement

(Shipment), noun cartage, conveyance, transit, transportation
See also: activity, band, campaign, circulation, course, denomination, dispatch, operation, outflow, progress, transition, transmittal
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In our study, the association between lower REM sleep and dementia was not explained by those with cognitive impairment at baseline or by those who converted to dementia within the first 3 years, (which) suggests that reduced REM is not simply a consequence of early dementia," he told (http://www.
REM has a 30% direct interest in Megalit through its joint venture with Bacanora, and when combined with REM's direct interest of 19.
Interfering with theta waves during other stages of sleep didn't seem to cause memory trouble, suggesting that something special happens during REM sleep.
Then you have the best of |tributes to REM, a band that has filled venues to capacity.
The onset of the first REM sleep period is significantly delayed at all doses and appears to be the most recognizable effect of alcohol on REM sleep, followed by a reduction in total night REM sleep.
During REM sleep, the aforementioned excitatory areas fall silent with the exception of the pedunculopontine nucleus and laterodorsal tegmental areas.
The Direct Pipe method was chosen tor the Highway 70 site to allow REM Directional to cross under the roadway and five canals.
Goals include driving actions that will increase supply; examining the feasibility of reclamation/recycling efforts; investigating development of alternative materials, and raising awareness on the severity and potential impact of REM supply issues with governmental agencies and industry trade groups.
One of the tantalizing conclusions in this research was that some magnetic fields mimicked the behavioral effects of REM deprivation in two human subjects, one with MS and the other with Parkinson's Disease.
The REM sleep state is also known as "dream sleep" because 70-80 per cent of awakenings from this state were accompanied by dream recollections.