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Reality
In philosophy, reality is the state of things as they actually exist, rather than as they may appear or might be imagined. In a wider definition, reality includes everything that is and has been, whether or not it is observable or comprehensible

Reality (disambiguation)
Reality refers to the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to how they could possibly exist.Reality may also refer to:* Real life, the state of existence outside of online or artificial interactions

Reality Check
Reality Check was a 1995 television show about Jack Craft, a man who is stuck in a computer mainframe. The two Bonner kids try to get Jack Craft out of the mainframe. Another character on this show is Isis. The computer was activated on September 17, 199?.The show was broadcast under syndication with each episode running for 15 minutes including commercials

Reality Check (band)
Reality Check was an Alternative Rock band that formed in the mid-1990s with the support of Michael Tait of dc Talk. Originally consisting of three members, Chris Blaney, Nathan Barlowe, and Rod Shuler, the band grew to eight members before disbanding in 1998

Reality Check (comic)
Reality Check! is a comedic science fiction original English-language manga series written by Rikki Simons and drawn by Tavisha Wolfgarth-Simons, together known as Studio Tavicat; unlike conventional manga, Reality Check!s art is full-color, painted by Rikki Simons

Reality Check (Seagram album)
Reality Check is the second studio album by American rapper Seagram, released April 24, 1995 on Rap-A-Lot Records and Priority Records. The album was produced entirely by Jeff Gray, Seagram and Troy White

Reality Check (Teenagers album)
Reality Check is the debut album by French synthpop band The Teenagers. It was released in 2008.-Track listing:All songs written by The Teenagers.# "Homecoming" – 3:04# "Love No" – 2:59# "Feeling Better" – 3:03# "Starlett Johansson" – 3:09

Realization
realization and realisation may be:* Realization , a sport climbing route in Ceüse, France* Realization , the pricing of security at market value* Realization , an actually observed value of random variable

Realization (probability)
In probability and statistics, a realization, or observed value, of a random variable is the value that is actually observed . The random variable itself should be thought of as the process how the observation comes about

Realization (systems)
Realization, in the system theory context refers to a state space model implementing a given input-output behavior. That is, given an input-output relationship, a realization is a quadruple of matrices [A,B,C,D] such that-LTI System:

Realization (tax)
Realization is a requirement in determining what must be included as income subject to taxation. It should not be confused with the separate concept of Recognition .-Defining Income:

Realize
Realize or realise may refer to:* "Realize" , by Colbie Caillat* "Realize" * "Realize", a song by X-Wife from Side Effects* "Realize/Take a Chance" , a single by Melody.

Realize (single)
"Realize" is the second single released by Nami Tamaki. "Realize" was used as the last opening theme to Mobile Suit Gundam SEED. In the music video for the song, Tamaki dances with a group of people at a park with a giant jungle gym.-Track listing:

Realize (song)
"Realize" is the second single from American singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat's debut album, Coco . The song is the follow-up to her worldwide debut hit "Bubbly", and was officially released in January 2008, peaking at number 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming her second Top 20 hit in the U.S.The song is musically similar to "Bubbly", as it is an acoustic folk-pop

Really
Really is the second album by J. J. Cale. It was released in 1973.-Track listing:All tracks written by JJ Cale unless otherwise indicated.# "Lies" – 2:57# "Everything Will Be Alright"# "I'll Kiss the World Goodbye"# "Changes"# "Right Down Here"

Realm
A realm is a dominion of a monarch or other sovereign ruler.The Old French word reaume, modern French royaume, was the word first adopted in English; the fixed modern spelling does not appear until the beginning of the 17th century

Realm (band)
Realm is an American thrash/progressive metal band from Milwaukee, Wisconsin that formed in 1985.-History:Realm formed in 1985 in Milwaukee. They released two underground demo tapes at first; Perceptive Incentive in 1985 and the landmark Final Solution in 1986

Realm (video game)
Realm is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System platform video game with shooting elements that was originally released in 1996.-Summary:

Realpolitik
Realpolitik refers to politics or diplomacy based primarily on power and on practical and material factors and considerations, rather than ideological notions or moralistic or ethical premises

Realtime (C:Real album)
Realtime is the name of the debut album of the Greek musical group C:Real. The album was released on the Dance Pool label, a subsidiary of Sony Music, and released in 1997 in Greece and Cyrpus by Sony Music Greece

Realtime (radio show)
Realtime was a Canadian radio show, which aired Saturday evenings on CBC Stereo from 1994 to 1997.Hosted by Leora Kornfeld, the series was a pop culture magazine and interview show which was billed as the first live radio program in the world to integrate Internet technologies such as e-mail and IRC into its program format

Ream
Ream may refer to:* Ream, Cambodia* Paper ream, unit of 500 sheets of paper* Ream, a textual e-mail client* Reamer, tool used to widen a hole* Vinnie Ream, an American sculptor* Ream National Park, a national park in Cambodia

Reamer
A reamer is a metalworking tool used to create an accurate sized hole. The process is called reaming. They may be used as a hand tool or in a machine tool, such as a milling machine or drill press.-Construction:

Reap
Reap may refer to:* to reap – to harvest grain crops, either by hand, e.g. with a reaping hook, see sickle, or with a reaper

Reaped
Reaped is a 2006 motion picture written and directed by Jonathan McDevitt.- Plot :Its plot concerns the adventures of Danny, a young grim reaper who loses his job as the bringer of death, and must attempt to get it back by "reaping" one of the world's most famous daredevils.- Release :The film premiered at the Veneration Film Festival on November 4 2006, and is now available

Reaper
A reaper is a person or machine that reaps crops at harvest, when they are ripe.-Hand reaping:Hand reaping is done by various means, including plucking the ears of grains directly by hand, cutting the grain stalks with a sickle, cutting them with a scythe, or with a later type of scythe called a cradle

REAPER
REAPER is a digital audio workstation created by Cockos. It is distributed with an uncrippled evaluation license with a nag screen explaining the license cost. It is currently available for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X

Reaper (band)
-History:Reaper was formed shortly before the dissolution of his NamNamBulu project and took on greater prominence following the split. The 'Angst EP' was released in July 2005. The project played a number of live shows prior to the release of the full length album 'Hell Starts With An H' in early 2007. The project toured Europe supporting Combichrist around this time

Reaper (TV series)
Reaper is an American television series that focuses on Sam Oliver, a "reaper" who works for the Devil by retrieving souls that have escaped from Hell.The series originally ran on the CW from September 25, 2007 to May 26, 2009.

Rear
Rear may refer to:*Rear , to bring up children*Rear , the area of a battlefield behind the front line*Rear , when a stands on its hind legs*Rear end, the buttocks

Rear Admiral
Rear admiral is a naval commissioned officer rank above that of a commodore and captain, and below that of a vice admiral. It is generally regarded as the lowest of the "admiral" ranks, which are also sometimes referred to as "flag officers" or "flag ranks"

Rear admiral (United States)
Rear admiral is a naval commissioned officer rank above that of a commodore and captain, and below that of a vice admiral. The uniformed services of the United States are unique in having two grades of rear admirals.- Rear admiral :

Rear End
Rear End was the only album released by Mercedes. It was released on June 29, 1999 through No Limit Records and was produced by Beats By the Pound

Rear Guard
Rear Guard is a game originally written for the 8-bit Atari computer and released in 1982 by Adventure International. Neil Larimer created the game with assistance from Sparky Starks; it was subsequently ported by other programmers to the Apple II, TRS-80, and TRS-80 Color Computer computer platforms.-Ports:* The Apple II version was created by John Anderson* The TRS-80 Color

Rear guard
A rear guard or rearguard is that part of a military force that protects it from attack from the rear, either during an advance or withdrawal

Rearguard
Rearguard may refer to:* A military detachment protecting the rear of a larger military formation, especially when retreating from a pursuing enemy force. * Rear Guard , a computer game released in 1982

Rearmament
Rearmament is the third album by American singer-songwriter Happy Rhodes, released in 1986.-Overview:Rhodes' first four albums were not conceived and recorded as album releases, but were a gathering together of songs recorded at Cathedral Sound Studios from 1984 to 1986

Rearmament
Rearmament may refer to:*German re-armament, Adolf Hitler's policy to rearm Germany in the 1930s*Rearmament , a controversial policy of Neville Chamberlain to modernise Britain's forces in response to German rearmament

Rearrange
"Rearrange" is a song by the band God Lives Underwater. It was originally released on their album Life in the So-Called Space Age in 1998, resulting in significant airplay.-Track listing:# Rearrange # Rearrange - Example 1

Rearrangement
Rearrangement may refer to:* Rearrangement reaction* Rearrangement inequality

Reason
Reason is a term that refers to the capacity human beings have to make sense of things, to establish and verify facts, and to change or justify practices, institutions, and beliefs. It is closely associated with such characteristically human activities as philosophy, science, language, mathematics, and art, and is normally considered to be a definitive characteristic of human nature

Reason
Reason is a term that refers to the capacity human beings have to make sense of things, to establish and verify facts, and to change or justify practices, institutions, and beliefs. It is closely associated with such characteristically human activities as philosophy, science, language, mathematics, and art, and is normally considered to be a definitive characteristic of human nature

Reason (argument)
In informal logic, a reason consists of either a single premise or co-premises in support of an argument. In formal symbolic logic, only single premises occur. In informal reasoning, two types of reasons exist. An evidential reason is a foundation upon which to believe that or why a claim is true

Reason (argument)
In informal logic, a reason consists of either a single premise or co-premises in support of an argument. In formal symbolic logic, only single premises occur. In informal reasoning, two types of reasons exist. An evidential reason is a foundation upon which to believe that or why a claim is true

Reason (single)
"Reason" is the 6th single release from J-Pop artist Nami Tamaki. It was released on 11-10-2004, and ranked #2 on the Oricon charts. It also was used as the ending theme to the anime Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny, as well as an insert song for an episode of the anime Code Geass.-Track listing:# "Reason" Lyrics: shungo Music: Yasuo Otani# "Promised Land" Lyrics: Saeko Nishio

Reason (song)
"Reason" is a pop song written by Thorsten Brötzmann and Alexander Geringas for the No Angels' debut studio album Elle'ments . Originally entitled "That's the Reason", a Brötzmann and Geringas produced and partially re-written version of the song was released as the band's farewell single on 24 November 2003 before their disbandment in December 2003

Reasoner (disambiguation)
A reasoner is a piece of software able to infer logical consequences from a set of asserted facts or axioms.Reasoner may also refer to:* 20474 Reasoner, a main-belt asteroid* New Reasoner, a political magazine

Reb
Reb is a Yiddish honorific traditionally used for Orthodox Jewish men. It is not a rabbinic title; it is the equivalent of the English "mister"

Rebate
Rebate can refer to:* Rebate or rabbet, a woodworking term for a groove* Film rebate, the term for the border around photographic film- Money :* Rebate , a type of sales promotion used in marketing* Tax rebate, a reduction in taxation demanded

Rebecca
Rebecca a biblical matriarch from the Book of Genesis and a common first name. In this book Rebecca was said to be a beautiful girl. As a name it is often shortened to Becky, Becki or Becca; see Rebecca .

Rebecca
Rebecca , from Semitic root r-b-q, "to tie, couple or join" or "to secure") appears in the Hebrew Bible as the wife of Isaac and the mother of Jacob and Esau

Rebecca (1997 film)
Rebecca is a 1997 British/German miniseries directed by Jim O'Brien. The teleplay by Arthur Hopcraft is based on the 1938 novel of the same name by Daphne du Maurier.

Rebecca (given name)
Rebecca is a feminine given name of Hebrew origin. Its most likely meaning is "captivating". It may be Aramaic in origin, although this is contested. W.F

Rebekah (Women of Genesis series)
Rebekah is the second novel in The Women of Genesis series by Orson Scott Card.-Plot introduction:Rebekah follows the story of Isaac through the eyes and perspective of Rebekah. Card expands the story into a novel of over 400 pages so many of the details and characters are fictional

Rebel
Rebel may refer to:*Rebel, a participant in a rebellion-People:* Hans Rebel , Austrian entomologist* Jean-Féry Rebel , French Baroque composer and violinist* a member of the Rebel Alliance in the Star Wars universe

REBEL (chess)
REBEL was a world champion chess program developed by Ed Schröder. Development of REBEL started in 1980 on a TRS-80, and it was ported many times to dedicated hardware and the fastest microprocessors of the day:

Rebell
Rebell is a song by German punk rock band Die Ärzte. It's the ninth track and the fourth and final single from their 1998 album 13

Rebellion (album)
-Track listing:#"Rebellion#"After the Sepulture" [New Version]#"I Love the Dead" #"Static Journey" #"Into the Pentagram [New Version]"

Rebellion (disambiguation)
Rebellion is a defiance of authority.Rebellion may also refer to:-Music:* "Rebellion ", an Arcade Fire single* Rebellion , a 1995 EP by Swiss metal band Samael* Rebellion , a German heavy metal band-Film/TV:

Rebellion (Lies)
"Rebellion " is a song by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire. It was the fourth single released from the band's debut album, Funeral. The single was released in both CD and DVD formats with the song "Brazil" as the B-side. The single peaked at number 19 on the UK singles chart, the band's best performance on this chart to date

Rebellion (single)
"Rebellion" is a single released for the album Tunes of War by Grave Digger.-Track listing:# "Rebellion" # "Truth"# "The Dark of the Sun"# "The Ballad of Mary" -Personnel:*Chris Boltendahl – Vocals

Rebels (album)
The Japanese Edition of the album comes with 2 bonus tracks, and is named: We Are RBD.*15. "Let the Music Play" — 4:57*16

Rebirth
-Spiritual:* Reincarnation, the migration of a deceased person's spirit to a newborn body** Rebirth * Baptism, a Christian ritual representing spiritual cleansing* Resurrection of the Dead-Music:* Rebirth Brass Band* Rebirth

ReBirth (Masami Okui album)
-Track listing:#Introduction#*Lyrics: Masami Okui#*Composition: Ikuo#*Arrangement: Hideyuki Daichi Suzuki#Poison#*Lyrics: Masami Okui#*Composition, arrangement: Macaroni#Second Impact#* Lyrics, composition: Masami Okui#* Arrangement: Toshiro Yabuki#I Lost

Rebirth (The 4400 episode)
"Rebirth" is an episode of the science fiction television series The 4400.-Synopsis:A 4400 has the ability to heal birth defects in fetuses, but has a dark hidden past.-Plot:

Rebirthing (song)
"Rebirthing" is a song by the Christian rock band Skillet, and it is the first single off their seventh album Comatose. The song has achieved a large amount of popularity in both the mainstream and Christian radio. The song was #1 on ChristianRock.Net's Weekly Top 30 for sixteen straight weeks , #3 on their Annual Top 100 , and was the most requested song of the year in 2006

ReBoot
ReBoot is a Canadian CGI-animated action-adventure cartoon series that originally aired from 1994 to 2001. It was produced by Vancouver-based production company Mainframe Entertainment, Alliance Communications, BLT Productions and created by Gavin Blair, Ian Pearson, Phil Mitchell and John Grace, with the visuals designed by Brendan McCarthy after an initial attempt by Ian

Reboot
Reboot can refer to:* Rebooting , an event sequence when restarting a computer* ReBoot, a Canadian CGI-animated television series* ReBoot , a video game based on the television series

Reborn
Reborn may refer to:*Reborn, a Digital Creative Agency in Sydney, Australia*Reborn!, a manga series and a character in the manga*Reborn , a novel by F