CAREM (Central Argentina de Elementos Modulares) is an Argentine nuclear reactor designed by CNEA (National Atomic Energy Commission). == History == The reactor was first developed as a request of the Argentine Navy to power the TR-1700 class submarines of German design. In 1984 it was presented publicly for the first time during an IAEA conferenc...
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Carem was a place mentioned in the New Testament as the home of Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist. It is most often associated with Ein Kerem, a modern suburb of Jerusalem. Its place in Christian religion is that it is considered to be the birthplace of Mary and the home of John the Baptist and the prophet Zacharias. Many Christians cite the e...
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