from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The rapid, periodic, jerky movement of the eyes during certain stages of the sleep cycle when dreaming takes place.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. rapid eye movement
- n. remaining time: In music, the time remaining in a track.
- n. A programming language statement used for documentation (in BASIC for example); also used in DOS batch files.
- n. rare earth metal(s).
Both are in REM 700s so the should take the pressure.
In between my conscious and sub-conscious moment (do you call it REM?), I could feel someone was massaging my head.
Unfortunately, I was in REM sleep when it was time to wake me up so they had to let me stay sleep.
One eye on the Yankees game and the other in REM, the hub responded to this week's number question with.
Ask why the ballistically more efficient .280 REM is outsold by the .270 WIN?
It is very useful for sending email whilst you are in REM sleep.
“It blocks out stray lightbeams that leak through those crappy free masks; it has an adjustable velcro strap; and the molded eyecups give your eyeballs freedom to flip around in REM sleep.”
Allan was doing college radio, caught up in REM (still very young and on the indie-college circuit) and other '80s roots-revival bands like The Blasters, Jason And The Scorchers and Los Lobos.
He had an entire garden of sculpture and art that he called Paradise Gardens, some of which the boys in REM helped him out with when they were younger lads.
For those of you who find inspiration in music (real music, not that lip "synch" corporate crap) the old REM is back.
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