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Reach for the Stars
Reach for the Stars may refer to:*"Reach for the Stars" , a 1961 UK #1 single* Reach for the Stars , a 1967 American game show* Reach for the Stars , a 1981 CBS space-themed campaign

Reach for the Stars (game show)
Reach for the Stars was an American game show which briefly aired on NBC weekday mornings at 10:00 beginning January 2, 1967 for a total of 65 episodes

Reach for the Stars (song)
Reach for the Stars is a song made popular by Shirley Bassey and written by Austrian pop singer/songwriter Udo Jürgens . As a double A-side single it went to #1 in the UK charts.

REACT or React may refer to:* Reaction * Rapid Execution and Combat Targeting System - current U.S. nuclear command and control system for ICBMs

React (Erick Sermon album)
React is Erick Sermon's fifth album. It received mediocre critical and commercial success despite featuring the single "React" which was a Rhythmic Top 40 and Billboard Hot 100 hit

React (Robert Rich and Ian Boddy album)
React is the third collaborative album by electronic musicians Robert Rich and Ian Boddy. Like their previous collaborations Outpost and Lithosphere, this album was released as a limited edition of 2000 copies.-Track listing:

Reactance is the opposition of a circuit element to a change of electric current or voltage, due to that element's capacitance or inductance. A built-up electric field resists the change of voltage on the element, while a magnetic field resists the change of current

Reactance may refer to:* Electrical reactance, the opposition to alternating current due to capacitance or inductance

Reaction may refer to:Response to another event*Adverse drug reaction*Chemical reaction*Emotional reaction*Light reaction*Nuclear reaction*TNA Reaction, a documentary show of TNA behind scenes.*Reaction , as defined by Newton's third law

Reaction (album)
Reaction is the second album by American R&B singer Rebbie Jackson. The album released in 1986 and spawned two mildly successful singles, "Reaction" and "You Send the Rain Away", a duet with Robin Zander

Reaction (song)
"Reaction" is a song by American R&B singer Rebbie Jackson and the title track from her album of the same name, released as a single in 1986. The single peaked at number fifteen on the Billboard dance chart and number sixteen on the Billboard R&B chart. The single was released on a 12" format, including an extended dance mix, radio edit, and dub

Reaction engine
A reaction engine is an engine or motor which provides propulsion by expelling reaction mass, in accordance with Newton's third law of motion

The term reactionary refers to viewpoints that seek to return to a previous state in a society. The term is meant to describe one end of a political spectrum whose opposite pole is "radical". While it has not been generally considered a term of praise it has been adopted as a self-description by some such as H. L

Reactive may refer to:*Generally, capable of having a reaction*Reactance , the imaginary component of AC impedance*Reactive mind*Reactive programming

Reactivity in chemistry refers to* the chemical reactions of a single substance,* the chemical reactions of two or more substances that interact with each other,* the systematic study of sets of reactions of these two kinds,

Reactivity may refer to:* Reactivity , the rate at which a chemical substance tends to undergo a chemical reaction* Reactive programming, a property of an execution model whereby changes are automatically propagated through a dataflow network

Reactor can mean:* Bioreactor, any device or system that supports a biologically active environment.* Chemical reactor, a device for containing and controlling a chemical reaction* Nuclear reactor, a device for containing and controlling a nuclear reaction

Read is a village in the Ribble Valley in Lancashire, England about west of Padiham on the A671 which was originally a turnpike road from Portfield, near Preston, to Padiham in the 1840s.-History:

Read may refer to:* Read , language acquisition, communication, and learning* Read , children's magazine* READ Foundation, abbreviation for the Reading Excellence and Discovery Foundation

Read (magazine)
READ Magazine is a children's classroom magazine for grades 6-10, published by Weekly Reader Corporation. It includes a mix of classic and contemporary fiction and nonfiction, including plays, personal narratives, poetry, and more to help build reading comprehension and verbal skills.READ has 15 printed issues and 3 electronic issues per publishing year, and features the work of a number of

Read Between the Lines
Read Between the Lines is the second album from American country music artist Aaron Tippin. The album features Tippin's first number-one single, "There Ain't Nothin' Wrong With the Radio", as well as the hits "My Blue Angel", "I Was Born with a Broken Heart", and "I Wouldn't Have It Any Other Way"

Read Between The Lines
Read Between the Lines is a live DVD by the rock group Boys Like Girls. It was released on November 4, 2008 and directed by Doug Spangenberg. It features songs from their debut eponymous album

Readability is the ease in which text can be read and understood. Various factors to measure readability have been used, such as "speed of perception," "perceptibility at a distance," "perceptibility in peripheral vision," "visibility," "the reflex blink technique," "rate of work" , "eye movements," and "fatigue in reading."Readability is distinguished from

Readable may refer to:* Readability* Human-readable* Reading

Reader (Christian Science Church)
A Reader in a Christian Science church is a member responsible for conducting services and reading from the Bible and the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.-Duties of Readers:

Reading (disambiguation)
-Activities:* Reading , cognitive process of decoding symbols to derive meaning from text * Reading , the act of a computer extracting data from a storage medium

Reading (MBTA station)
Reading is a historic commuter rail station in Reading, Massachusetts, United States, on the Haverhill/Reading Line of the Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad, a branch of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority . The depot was built in 1870 to service the Boston and Maine Railroad and was the former terminus of the line before its extension to Haverhill

Reading (process)
Reading is a complex cognitive process of decoding symbols for the intention of constructing or deriving meaning . It is a means of language acquisition, of communication, and of sharing information and ideas

- Film :* Ready , a Telugu film* Ready , a Hindi film* Ready, a 2002 British short starring Imelda Staunton- Music :* Ready Records, a Canadian record labelAlbums* Ready * Ready

Ready (film)
Ready is a 2008 Telugu film directed by Srinu Vytla. It is produced by Sravanthi Ravi Kishore under the Sravanthi Movies banner. The movie features Ram, Genelia D'Souza, Tanikella Bharani, Nassar, Sunil, Chandra Mohan, Brahmanandam and Jaya Prakash Reddy in the prominent roles.The movie was a run away hit and also was a major grosser in 2008. Navdeep and Tamanna made Guest Appearance

Ready (Sandy Lam album)
Ready is the fifth studio album by Sandy Lam, released under CBS Records in the summer of 1988. "Ready" would be a major milestone in Sandy's career because it would be her first album to be heavily influenced by R&B and Jazz which strongly affected her future

Ready (song)
"Ready" is the theme song of the Royal Rangers, the boys' ministry of the Assemblies of God. The song was written by Brian Bopp and was copyrighted by the Gospel Publishing House in 2002.

Ready (Sports club)
Idrettsforeningen Ready is a sports club in Vestre Aker, Oslo, Norway. The club was established on June 14, 1907 by Aage Blom Lorentzen.The football club play their home games at Gressbanen in Oslo. Gressbanen was the national arena for the Norwegian national football team before Ullevaal was built in 1928

Ready (surname)
Ready is a surname that refers to:*Charles Ready , American politician from Tennessee; U.S. representative 1853–59*James Ready , American businessman of technology*John Ready , British army officer and politician

A reagent is a "substance or compound that is added to a system in order to bring about a chemical reaction, or added to see if a reaction occurs." Although the terms reactant and reagent are often used interchangeably, a reactant is less specifically a "substance that is consumed in the course of a chemical reaction"

Real may also refer to:* Reality, the state of things as they actually exist, rather than as they may appear or may be thought to be.-Finance:* Inflation adjusted amountsCurrencies:* Brazilian realFormer currencies:* Mexican real* Portuguese real

Real (album)
Real is the second full-length solo album of Christian rock singer, and Stryper frontman, Michael Sweet. The album was released in 1995 by Benson Music Group.The album features a softer, mellower sound than the previous album

Real (Belinda Carlisle album)
Real is the fifth studio album by American singer Belinda Carlisle, first released on September 29, 1993. The album has a genre of mainly pop songs written by Charlotte Caffey, Thomas Caffey, Ralph Schuckett and half co-written by Carlisle

Real (Braga)
São Jerónimo de Real is a Portuguese parish, located in the municipality of Braga. It has a population of 4 871 inhabitants and a total area of 1.32 km².-Main sights:*Saint Frutuoso Chapel

Real (Ednita Nazario Album)
Real is the 19th studio album and 23 album recorded by Puerto Rican singer Ednita Nazario. The album was released on December 11, 2007 in Puerto Rico and North America by Sony BMG. The first single of this album are No te Mentía . After the warm welcome to the first single, "No te Mentía", the album is ready to go to market on December 11

Real (galley)
The Real, built in Barcelona, was the largest galley of its time and the flagship of Don Juan de Austria in the Battle of Lepanto in 1571, the largest battle between galleys in history, in which a fleet of the Holy League, an alliance of Christian powers of the Mediterranean, decisively defeated an Ottoman fleet under Grand Admiral Müezzinzade Ali Pasha.The

Real (hypermarket)
Real is a European hypermarket, member of the German trade and retail giant Metro AG.In 2006 Metro acquired Wal-Mart's 85 stores in Germany and in Poland, bought 26 hypermarkets Géant from the French retail group Groupe Casino

Real (Ivy Queen album)
-Track listing:# Intro# Chika Ideal# Soldados# Matando # Dale Volumen# Rociarlos # Dile# Mi Barrio# Entiende # Dee Jay# Quitate Two # Mi Situación

Real (song)
"Real" is the lead single from Plumb's studio album Beautiful Lumps of Coal. It reached the #41 position in the UK. The single is available both digitally and physically.-Music video:

Real and imaginary parts
In mathematics, a hypercomplex number has a real part and an imaginary part associated with it. This is most familiar in the context of complex numbers, but extends to the other hypercomplex algebras such as split-complex numbers and quaternions.

Real estate (Second Life)
Virtual real estate on Second Life, an online world owned operated by Linden Lab since 2003,is used by residents when they require permanent in-world storage of the content they have created or otherwise own.

Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act
The Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act , was an act passed by the United States Congress in 1974. It is codified at Title 12, Chapter 27 of the United States Code, .- Purpose :

Real life
Real life is a term usually used to denote actual human life lived by real people in contrast with the lives of fictional or fantasy characters.-Usage online and in fiction:On the Internet, "real life" refers to life in the real world

Real Life
Real Life may refer to:*Real life, the state of existence outside of online or artificial interactionsIn music:* Real Life * Real Life * Real Life * Real Life

Real Life (Bon Jovi song)
"Real Life" is a single by American Rock band Bon Jovi, released in 1999. It is taken from the soundtrack of the film EDtv. A remix of the song is also present on the 100,000,000 Bon Jovi Fans Can't Be Wrong boxset

Real Life (Evermore album)
For the Simple Minds Album see Real Life .Real Life is the second studio album by Evermore, released on 8 July 2006. The album debuted on the ARIA charts at number five and on the RIANZ charts at number two. The album reached double-platinum certification in Australia

Real Life (Jeff Carson album)
Real Life is the third studio album to be released by American country music artist Jeff Carson. It contains the single "Real Life ", a Top 20 hit on the Billboard country music charts in mid-2001 and Carson's first Top 40 country hit since 1996's "Holdin' On to Something"

Real Life (Joan As Police Woman album)
Real Life is the debut album by Joan as Police Woman, released on Reveal Records in the UK on June 12 2006, and a year later in the United States.

Real Life (TV program)
Real Life was an Australian current affairs television program that aired on the Seven Network from 20 January 1992 to 1994.Its format was similar to other tabloid current affairs shows airing at the time, these being A Current Affair and Hinch, which had recently been axed by the Seven Network and picked up by Network Ten

Real number
In mathematics, a real number is a value that represents a quantity along a continuum, such as -5 , 4/3 , 8.6 , √2 and π

Real property
In English Common Law, real property, real estate, realty, or immovable property is any subset of land that has been legally defined and the improvements to it made by human efforts: any buildings, machinery, wells, dams, ponds, mines, canals, roads, various property rights, and so forth

Real tennis
Real tennis – one of several games sometimes called "the sport of kings" – is the original indoor racquet sport from which the modern game of lawn tennis , is descended

Real Time (Van der Graaf Generator album)
Real Time is a live album by Van der Graaf Generator, released in 2007 on Fie! Records . It contains the entire recording of the group's reunion concert at the Royal Festival Hall in London, England on 6 May 2005

Real World
The real world is another term for reality. It may also refer to:-Television:* The Real World, a television show* "The Real World" , a television episode-Music:* "Real World" , an album by Kokia

Real World (Queensrÿche song)
"Real World" is a song co-written and performed by progressive metal band Queensrÿche and orchestral composer Michael Kamen that was contributed to the action film Last Action Hero in 1993. The band also released the song as part of their 2007 compilation album Sign of the Times.-Chart performance:

Real World (song)
For the song by Queensrÿche, see Real World "Real World" is the fourth single off Matchbox Twenty's debut album, Yourself or Someone Like You.

Real-time (disambiguation)
Real-time, real time, or realtime may refer to:* Real time , a narrative technique in which the events depicted take place entirely within the span of the depiction, and at the same rate

Realgar, α-As4S4, is an arsenic sulfide mineral, also known as "ruby sulphur" or "ruby of arsenic". It is a soft, sectile mineral occurring in monoclinic crystals, or in granular, compact, or powdery form, often in association with the related mineral, orpiment . It is orange-red in colour, melts at 320 °C, and burns with a bluish flame releasing fumes of arsenic and sulfur

Realism, Realist or Realistic are terms that describe any manifestation of philosophical realism, the belief that reality exists independently of observers, whether in philosophy itself or in the applied arts and sciences. In this broad sense it is frequently contrasted with Idealism.Realism in the arts concerns the depiction of subjects as they appear in everyday life

Realism (album)
-Track listing:#"Realist"#"Statik"#"The Unknown"#"American Dream"#"Radioactive Man"#"Scripts Electric"#"Swordsman"#"Wired Hate"#"Far Away"#"The Kidding King"#"Beyond The Unknown"#"Statik [Club Version]"

Realism (dramatic arts)
Realism was a general movement in 19th-century theatre that developed a set of dramatic and theatrical conventions with the aim of bringing a greater fidelity of real life to texts and performances.

Realistic may refer to:*Realism *Realistic , a former RadioShack brand used to market audio electronics