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olm

(əʊlm; ɒlm)
n
(Animals) a pale blind eel-like salamander, Proteus anguinus, of underground streams in SE Europe, that retains its larval form throughout its life: family Proteidae. See also mudpuppy
[C20: from German]
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Noun1.olm - European aquatic salamander with permanent external gills that lives in cavesolm - European aquatic salamander with permanent external gills that lives in caves
salamander - any of various typically terrestrial amphibians that resemble lizards and that return to water only to breed
genus Proteus, Proteus - type genus of the Proteidae
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No matter if we were training or on an away trip, five times a day he retired and prayed towards Mecca," Olm told (http://www.
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Hytec, a UK firm specialising in secure connectivity, information sharing, mobile applications and infrastructure management that is part of the OLM Group, today (2 June) announced the availability of GPsecure, a security gateway appliance designed to conform to the NHS (National Health Service) Connecting for Health guidelines.
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They defined an OLM as 'institutionalised structural and procedural arrangements that allow organisations to systematically collect, analyse, store, disseminate and use information relevant to the performance of the organisation and its members'.
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Though he was some way outside his target of 2h 50m his time of 3h Olm remained impressive in the circumstances.
The scheme is being run by Warwickshire County Council and its private sector partner OLM, a software supplier.
Example 10: OLM has been a calendar-year S corporation since 1975; L is its sole shareholder.
Under OLM structures, workers' skills are transferable, so the capital loss associated with job changes is smaller than changes within ILM structures.
Cet acteur, compositeur et chanteur d'origine portoricaine a enflamme la scene de OLM Souissi.