in rem


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in rem

 (ĭn rĕm′)
adv. & adj. Law
Against a thing, such as a piece of property, as in a lawsuit establishing its ownership.

[Late Latin : Latin in, against + Latin rem, accusative of rēs, thing, matter.]

in rem

(ɪn ˈrɛm)
adj
(Law) law (of a judicial act) directed against property rather than against a specific person. Compare in personam
[Latin, literally: against the matter]

in rem

(ɪn ˈrɛm)

adv., adj.
(of a legal proceeding or judgment) directed against a thing, rather than against a person, as a legal proceeding for the recovery of property. Compare in personam.
[1880–85; < Latin: literally, against (the) thing]
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He noted that for every 1 percent drop in REM sleep, the seniors in his study saw their dementia and Alzheimer's disease risk go up by about 9 percent.
The people who developed dementia spent an average of 17 percent of their sleep time in REM sleep, compared to 20 percent for those who did not develop dementia.
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Studies of people in REM seems to confirm that those who sleep in an east-west alignment have statistically much shorter REM periods compared to north-south sleeps.
The cessation of firing of REM-OFF neurons is a pre-requisite for the generation of REM sleep and non-cessation of those neurons result in REM sleep loss that is characterized by symptoms like loss of memory retention, irritation, hypersexuality, etc.
This may be important for normal brain development during infancy, which would explain why infants spend more time in REM sleep than adults.
In my talk I will describe the effects of waking life on dream content, the relationships between personality and dream recall, and what the differences are between dreams in REM sleep and dreams from the other stages of sleep.
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2) The prospective litigant's interest in a potential lawsuit and the preservation of evidence that might be relevant in that lawsuit are the "interests in property" that suffice to support standing and the invocation of a court's in rem or quasi-in-rem jurisdiction.