Definitions for "RAPID"
Very swift or quick; moving with celerity; fast; as, a rapid stream; a rapid flight; a rapid motion.
Advancing with haste or speed; speedy in progression; in quick sequence; as, rapid growth; rapid improvement; rapid recurrence; rapid succession.
Quick in execution; as, a rapid penman.
Keywords:  cci, osc, bollinger, obv, fibonacci
RAPID provides stock/commodity charts, plus dozens of technical analysis tools, including trendlines, point and figure, candlesticks, simple exponential and weighted moving averages, volatility, macd, stochastics, wilder DMI, standard deviation bands, trendlines, time-horizon lines, fibonacci, slope, momentum, OBV, CCI, bollinger bands, probability osc, cycle finder, derivative and integration cha
Repair Assessment Procedure and integrated Design (software)
Weight Loss: As the body metabolizes fat during rapid weight loss, it causes the liver to secrete extra cholesterol into bile, which can cause gallstones.
Randomized, multicenter clinical trial that tested if patients hospitalized for CHF treated with a single, 8 hour UF session in addition to best medical therapy will achieve greater weight loss 24 hours after enrollment compared to pts receiving best medical therapy alone. Stands for Randomized Controlled Trial of Ultrafiltration Versus Usual Care for Hospitalized Patients with Heart Failure.
Keywords:  palo, alto
Palo Alto
Keywords:  rebol, fetch, doc, pdf, pro
RAPID provides a way to fetch documentation from REBOL source code and publish into various output formats, like HTML, PDF, make-doc-pro, and others.
riparian aerial photographic inventory of disturbance (Grant 1987); technique using aerial photos to discern changes in stream channel widths related to sediment transport.
Consortium of libraries that share a web-based network that fills lending and borrowing requests electronically for articles and other documents. The organization is based at Colorado State University Library. WebZap and all its components were created as a result of the RAPID project.
An infusion set sold by Disetronic. It has a fine steel needle for easy insertion.
A term applied to the absolute maximum "speed" rate of any machine tool axis. It is not, in fact, a feed rate in that the speed of the movement cannot be programmed by the programmer or operator. The rate of speed in a rapid move is the fastest possible by the machine. However it can be set somewhat slower than maximum by a parameter setting in the controller. Rapid moves are not linear when angle of movement is involved. See linear interpolation.
Movement that occurs at the machine's maximum velocity.
Keywords:  mer, thirty, minutes, expected, less
change expected to take place in thirty minutes or less, term used in mer reports.
a hydrological feature between a '' run '' and a '' cascade ''
Revitalising Areas by Planning, Investment and Development
RAPID is an acronym for Rural Address Property IDentification, a scheme instituted in New Zealand to assist emergency services in identifying and locating rural properties.
Keywords:  brief, ranks, rise, occurring, period
done or occurring in a brief period of time; "a rapid rise through the ranks"
Research and Public Information Dissemination