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Radar (Research on Adverse Drug events And Reports)
The aims of the Research on Adverse Drug events And Reports Project are to disseminate safety reports for serious adverse drug reactions and to identify barriers to identification and reporting of these clinical events

Radar (song)
"Radar" is a song by American recording artist Britney Spears. It was written and produced by Bloodshy & Avant and The Clutch in November 2006 as a record that did not relate to any of her personal problems at the time. The recording sessions took place the day after Spears filed for divorce from Kevin Federline, and members of The Clutch claimed to be surprised by her work ethic

Radarman was a rating in the U.S. Navy during, and after, World War II. The following ratings existed during the war for male or female enlisted personnel training, or with training, in the operation and maintenance of radar sets:- Levels of Rating :

Rădeşti is a commune located in Alba County, Romania. It has a population of 1,398. It is composed of four villages: Leorinţ , Meşcreac , Rădeşti and Şoimuş .At the 2002 census, 77.8% of inhabitants were Romanians, 20.9% Hungarians and 1.2% Roma

Radha (Mahabharata)
Radha is the foster mother of Karna in the Mahābhārata, who is not to be confused with Radha the gopi. This is the wife of the charioteer Adiratha, who found an abandoned new-born boy, whom he named Karna. Adiratha and Radha became his foster parents

Started in April 2005, the Radia network is an international informal network of community radio stations that have a common interest in producing and sharing art works for the radio. In 2010, the network gathers 17 radio stations from 15 cities across 11 countries, speaking 7 different languages. It also organizes linked-up events and special broadcasts

Radial can refer to:* Vector , a line* Radius, adjective form of* A radial pattern is one that appears to radiate from a point, like the spokes from the hub of a wheel* A bearing from a waypoint, such as a VOR

Radial velocity
Radial velocity is the velocity of an object in the direction of the line of sight . In astronomy, radial velocity most commonly refers to the spectroscopic radial velocity

Radiance and spectral radiance are radiometric measures that describe the amount of radiation such as light or radiant heat that passes through or is emitted from a particular area, and falls within a given solid angle in a specified direction. They are used to characterize both emission from diffuse sources and reflection from diffuse surfaces

Radiance (film)
Radiance is a 1998 Australian independent film. It is the first feature film by Aboriginal director Rachel Perkins about three indigenous sisters who reunite for their mother's funeral

-Computers and software:* Radiant , a content management system* GtkRadiant, a level editor created by id Software for their games-Ships:* HMS Radiant , a destroyer of the British Royal Navy launched in 1916 and sold in 1920

Radiant (album)
Radiant is the third studio album by Atlantic Starr. This collection featured the hit single "When Love Calls" and the quiet storm staples, "Send For Me" and "Am I Dreaming."

Radiant (novel)
Radiant is a science fiction novel by the Canadian author James Alan Gardner. It was published in 2004 by HarperCollins Publishers under their Eos Books imprint. It is the seventh novel in Gardner's "League of Peoples" series

Radiant (software)
Radiant is a free software content management system written in Ruby created and designed by John W. Long as a Ruby on Rails web application.

Radiation chemistry
Radiation chemistry is a subdivision of nuclear chemistry which is the study of the chemical effects of radiation on matter; this is very different from radiochemistry as no radioactivity needs to be present in the material which is being chemically changed by the radiation

Radiation damage
Radiation damage is a term associated with ionizing radiation.-Causes:This radiation may take several forms:*Cosmic rays and subsequent energetic particles caused by their collision with the atmosphere and other materials.

Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure is the pressure exerted upon any surface exposed to electromagnetic radiation. If absorbed, the pressure is the power flux density divided by the speed of light

Radiation Sickness
Radiation Sickness is a VHS by the thrash metal band Nuclear Assault. The video is a recording of a concert at the Hammersmith Odeon, London in 1988. It was released in 1991

Radiation Sickness
Radiation sickness may refer to:* Radiation Sickness , a video by the thrash metal band Nuclear Assault* Radiation poisoning, a sickness caused by exposure to radiation

Radiator (band)
Radiator were a British alternative rock band, formed in 1996 by Jack Cooke, Janne Jarvis and Chris Rose. They released one album, also titled Radiator, which received 4 out of 5 when reviewed by Kerrang!, and their music appeared in the first Gran Turismo game as well as in the film A Kind of Hush.In September 1998

Radiator (disambiguation)
A radiator is any of several types of heat exchangers designed to transfer thermal energy from one medium to another for the purpose of cooling or heating.Radiator can also refer to:* Radiator , the conventional heating of a building

Radical, from Late Latin radicalis "of roots" and from Latin radix "root", may refer to:In chemistry:*A radical is an atom, molecule, or ion, that is likely to take part in chemical reactionsIn mathematics:

Radical (Smack album)
Radical is the Finnish rock band Smack's fourth and last studio album. It was released in 1988.- Original album :# "Set Me Free"# "I Want Somebody"# "Little Sister"# "Mad About You"# "You're All I Have"# "Mad Animal Shuffle"# "Street Hog Blues"

Radicchio is a leaf chicory , sometimes known as Italian chicory and is a perennial. It is grown as a leaf vegetable which usually has white-veined red leaves. It has a bitter and spicy taste, which mellows when it is grilled or roasted.- History :Humans have been using radicchio since ancient times

Radici is an album of Italian singer-songwriter Francesco Guccini. It was released in 1972 by EMI.- The album:Radici deals mainly with Guccini's rediscover of his youth, symbolized by the cover's picture, portraying his grandparents and family. The family's house in Pavana, on the Tuscan Apennines, is in fact the theme of the title-track

In botany, the radicle is the first part of a seedling to emerge from the seed during the process of germination. The radicle is the embryonic root of the plant, and grows downward in the soil

Radin is a Persian name, which means a chivalrous man.Radin is an American surname, and may refer to:* Dean Radin , researcher and author* Joshua Radin , American songwriter

Radio (Ky-Mani Marley album)
Radio is the fifth and latest studio album by American rapper Ky-Mani Marley, released on September 25, 2007. It topped the Billboard Reggae Charts at #1 in October 2007. The album features much more hip hop influences than his previous releases.

Radio (Musiq Soulchild song)
"Radio" is the first single from Musiq Soulchild's fifth studio album OnMyRadio, his second full-length release on Atlantic Records.It charted at #55 on Billboards Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

Radio (Naked City album)
Radio is the fourth studio album by the band Naked City, and their first to be composed entirely by bandleader John Zorn. The album was also released as part of Naked City: The Complete Studio Recordings on Tzadik Records in 2005.

Radio (The Corrs song)
"Radio" is a song by Celtic folk rock band The Corrs. It was released in November 1999 from the album The Corrs Unplugged with a "Dreams" from the same album as a b-side.

Radio (Wise Guys)
Radio is the ninth album of the German a cappella group Wise Guys. It is built in the form of a radio broadcast: between each individual piece come jingles and other small tidbits, such as the news or sports. This stands as the first concept album of the Wise Guys

Radio source
Radio source may refer to:* An astronomical radio source* A radio transmitter* The Radio Open Source podcast and blog-See also:* Radio noise source, a device that emits radio waves at a certain frequency, used to calibrate radio telescope

Radio telescope
A radio telescope is a form of directional radio antenna used in radio astronomy. The same types of antennas are also used in tracking and collecting data from satellites and space probes

Radio Wave
Radio Wave may refer to:*Radio frequency*Radio Wave 96.5, a radio station in Blackpool, UK

Radioactive (Heartsdales album)
Radioactive is the 2002 debut album of the Japanese hip-hop group Heartsdales.- Track listing :# Lights Out # WILD# So Tell Me# Ow!# The Question Remains # That's Why# Girls Don't Cry# Baby Shine# Dangerous

Radioactivity (song)
Fatboy Slim covered "Radioactivity" on his compilation album Late Night Tales: Fatboy Slim. The song was released as a limited edition 7" single.- Track listing :# "Radioactivity" - Fatboy Slim# "Everything Is Everything" - Bootsy Collins

Radiochemistry is the chemistry of radioactive materials, where radioactive isotopes of elements are used to study the properties and chemical reactions of non-radioactive isotopes

Radiodensity refers to the relative inability of electromagnetic radiation, particularly X-rays, to pass through a particular material. Radiolucency indicates greater transparency or "transradiancy" to X-ray photons

Radioecology is a branch of ecology, which studies how radioactive substances interact with nature; how different mechanisms affect the substances’ migration and uptake in food chain and ecosystems

A radiogram is an instance of formal written message traffic routed by a network of amateur radio operators through traffic nets.It is a plaintext message, along with relevant metadata , that is placed into a traffic net by an amateur radio operator

Radiography is the use of X-rays to view a non-uniformly composed material such as the human body. By using the physical properties of the ray an image can be developed which displays areas of different density and composition.

Radiola is a compilation album by Skank released in 2004, containing recent hits and four new songs

Radiola (radio station)
Radiola was a privately owned French radio station which broadcast under that name from 6 November 1922 until 28 March 1924, to promote the Radiola radio receivers produced by the SFR. It made its first test transmissions on 26 June 1922 and broadcast its first news bulletin on 6 January 1923

Radiolarite is a siliceous, comparatively hard, fine-grained, chert-like, and homogeneous sedimentary rock that is composed predominantly of the microscopic remains of radiolarians. This term is also used for indurated radiolarian oozes and sometimes as a synonym of radiolarian earth

A radiometer is a device for measuring the radiant flux of electromagnetic radiation. Generally, the term radiometer denotes an infrared radiation detector, yet it also includes detectors operating on any electromagnetic wavelength.

Radion may refer to:*Radion , a scalar field in quantum field theory in spacetimes with additional dimensions*A DC comics villain

Radionics is the use of blood, hair, a signature, or other substances unique to the person as a focus to supposedly heal a patient from afar. The concept behind radionics originated in the early 1900s with Albert Abrams , who became a millionaire by leasing radionic machines which he designed himself

Radiosity (heat transfer)
Radiosity is a convenient quantity in optics and heat transfer that represents the total radiation intensity leaving a surface. Radiosity accounts for two components: the radiation being emitted by the surface, and the radiation being reflected from the surface

A radiotelephone is a communications system for transmission of speech over radio. Radiotelephone systems are not necessarily interconnected with the public "land line" telephone network. "Radiotelephone" is often used to describe the usage of radio spectrum where it is important to distinguish the type of emission from, for example, radiotelegraph or video signals

Radish (band)
Radish were a self-proclaimed "Sugar Metal" band formed in 1993 by Ben Kweller, John David Kent, and Bryan Blur.-History:The trio played locally in and around Greenville and recorded two independent releases, Dizzy and Hello . Kweller sent a copy of Dizzy to Guitarist Nils Lofgren who grew up with Ben's dad in Maryland

Radium (album)
Radium is Finnish industrial metal band Ruoska's third album, and was released on March 22, 2005. Two remixes of the song "Kosketa" were included on the Tuonen viemää and Helvettiin jäätynyt singles

Radium (disambiguation)
Radium may refer to:*Radium, the chemical element*Radium , an Internet radio player for Mac OS X*Radium , an Australian campdrafting horse and sire*Radium weed, Euphorbia peplus, also known as Petty Spurge

Remote Authentication Dial In User Service is a networking protocol that provides centralized Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting management for computers to connect and use a network service

In classical geometry, a radius of a circle or sphere is any line segment from its center to its perimeter. By extension, the radius of a circle or sphere is the length of any such segment, which is half the diameter. If the object does not have an obvious center, the term may refer to its circumradius, the radius of its circumscribed circle or circumscribed sphere

Radius (music ensemble)
Radius is a London music ensemble founded in 2007 by the British composer Tim Benjamin. The ensemble specialises in the performance of new music from around the world written by living composers and 20th-century masters

In mathematical numeral systems, the base or radix for the simplest case is the number of unique digits, including zero, that a positional numeral system uses to represent numbers. For example, for the decimal system the radix is ten, because it uses the ten digits from 0 through 9.In any numeral system, the base is written as "10"

In mathematical numeral systems, the base or radix for the simplest case is the number of unique digits, including zero, that a positional numeral system uses to represent numbers. For example, for the decimal system the radix is ten, because it uses the ten digits from 0 through 9.In any numeral system, the base is written as "10"

Radix (disambiguation)
Radix refers to the number b in an expression of the form bnRadix may also refer to:- Biology :*Radix, the root of a plant in botany**Also used for dorsal root and ventral root in anatomy. Derived terms e.g

Radix (genus)
Radix is a genus of air-breathing freshwater snails, aquatic pulmonate gastropods in the family Lymnaeidae, the pond snails.The genus Radix has Palaearctic distribution.- Phylogeny :