irma

Insulated (or Inverted) Roof Membrane Assembly. In this system the roof membrane is laid directly on the roof deck, covered with extruded foam insulation and ballasted with stone, minimum of 1000 lbs. per square.
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Irma

IRMA is the standard product for a direct link between the IBM PC, XT, AT, or PS/2 model 25 or 30 and an IBM SNA (Systems Network Architecture) network. It offered the first coax connection between a PC and IBM mainframe. IRMA connects to an IBM 3174, 3274, or 3276 cluster controller that can be directly or remotely attached to the mainframe, or be...
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Irma

[name] Irma is a female given name. It is also used in combination with other names in the abbreviated form `Irm-,` for example, Irmine, Irmela, Irmgard, Irmgardis, Irmentraud. The name comes from the Old High German irmin, meaning world. The anglicised form is Emma. The name days for Irma are February 19 (Germany), April 7 (Sweden), Novemb...
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Irma

Irma is a German name for girls. The meaning is `complete, universal` The name Irma is most commonly given to Italian girls. (3 times more often than to American girls.) The name sounds like: Aram, Jeremia See also: Therma, Irmuska, Imke
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IRMA

Intra-retinal microvascular abnormality
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Irma

[opera] IRMA is a 1969 experimental opera by artist Tom Phillips. The score involved 93 random phrases taken from the 1892 novel A Human Document by W.H. Mallock. They were then divided up into sound suggestions, a libretto and staging directions. The score was completed on the day that Neil Armstrong first walked on the moon in 1969. It wa...
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