Aum


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for Aum

a terrorist organization whose goal is to take over Japan and then the world

References in periodicals archive ?
Known as the IBL-300 series of molecules, the agreement will see AUM develop the lead candidate, IBL-302 (hereafter AUM302), which is currently in the pre-clinical stage of development.
Investment management fees increased by $353.5 million (9.4%) to $4,126.6 million in 2017, from $3,773.1 million in 2016 due to 10.9% higher average AUM. Foreign exchange rate changes decreased operating revenues by $35.3 million compared to 2016.
Instead, AUM supporters assert they are on "the same side of the table" as investors.
To my mind, the AUM fee model avoids most conflicts, and provides for more easily managing the remaining conflicts, through their transparency to the clients, and that the clients have the final say in the conflicted strategies.
Assuming that the AUM fees for both small and large clients are reasonable, where does unfairness enter into the equation?
Hirata is charged with abducting and unlawfully confining a Tokyo notary clerk in 1995, in conspiracy with AUM founder Shoko Asahara, 58, whose real name is Chizuo Matsumoto.
Raising the Game found that institutional investors still favour larger hedge funds, with more than 40 per cent of allocation to funds with more than $10 billion of AUM coming from institutional investors; funds of hedge funds dominate the investor base for funds with less than $1 billion of AUM.
This means that Aum is not only a chant that represents the whole of the expressed universe, it's also the vehicle, when heard internally, through which material life is transported to the spiritual realm.
Intermittent misting continued until demands from local residents forced Shoko Asahara, founder of Aum Shinrikyo, to agree on the morning of July 2 to cease using the rooftop device and to clean and vacate the building.
Except for viewing it as an act of domestic terror, most Westerners know very little about Aum Shinrikyo, the religious group behind the 1995 sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway system.
In the same way, Japanese society seemed to turn a blind eye to any mention of Aum (now called "Aleph") that doesn't convey it as evil incarnate.
The Tokyo District Court sentenced senior AUM Shinrikyo member Tomomitsu Niimi to death Wednesday for his involvement in a series of murders the cult committed, including the 1995 sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway system.
On March 20, 1995, several teams of Aum Shinrikyo sect members released aqueous solutions containing highly toxic sarin gas in five Tokyo subway lines during morning rush hour.
It is written by a scholar of Japanese religions with extensive experience in Japan and draws on the best scholarly literature on Aum Shinrikyo.
In October 1999, Auburn University, Montgomery (AUM) used its own professional telephone-survey unit, Alabama Voice, to call students, 517 in all, who were first-time undergraduates in fall 1998, but did not return to school in fall 1999.