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REALM. A kingdom; a country. 1 Taunt. 270; 4 Campb. 289; Rose, R. 387.

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Expect Wave to be gracing the comics when she appears in the 'War of the Realms: New Agents of Atlas #1' to be released in May.
Her mother Marie (Anna Madeley), in addition to being a devoted wife and doting mom, had been living a secret double life as the beloved queen of the Realms.
"The Splintering Realm will also have extras, like the Lexicon from Aristorn sa Amontyr (Librarian of the Elder Race), and readers will be introduced to that feline prankster of myth - Tabby Mittens!"
Gaming Realms stated that the acquisition was in line with its long-term strategy for increasing the company's revenues by placing an emphasis on marketing and product development.
Cenkos is also advising Gaming Realms with respect to the acquisition of QTM.
If a criticism could be levelled at the coverage, it would be that there is little consideration of how--if at all--the historic and cultural identity of these settled states affected their development, and how the role of the Queen in the newer realms may have differed from that in the older ones.
In short, the knowledge-management process framework we propose has two distinct and complementary realms, namely projects and processes.
The Algerian-Omani Joint Committee, meeting from 21 to 24 February in the Omani capital Muscat, emphasized countries determination to foster relations in various realms. In the final release ending Wednesday the 5th Algerian-Omani Joint Committee, both sides reaffirmed their determination to reinforce cooperation process to reach the objectives set by President of Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika and Sultan Qabous Ibn SaE[macron]d by working for "bolstering bilateral relations in various realms in both peoples' interests and aspirations to more coordination and complementarity."Aa
In each of the four realms asymmetry emerges as a pervasive theme.
This led to a devaluing of the subjective, of personal interpretation, emotion and visceral experience, all realms of flux and continuity.