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Representation can refer to:* Representation , one's ability to influence the political process* Representative democracy* Representation, a type of diplomatic mission

Representation (systemics)
Representation, from the most general and abstract systemic perspective, relates to a role or function or a property of an abstract or real object, relation or changes.For example,* an ambassador or a sport team may represent its nation.

Representation oligonucleotide microarray analysis
Representational oligonucleotide microarray analysis is a technique that was developed by Michael Wigler and Rob Lucito at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in 2003

Representations is an interdisciplinary journal in the humanities published quarterly by the University of California Press. The journals was established in 1983 and is the founding publication of the New Historicism movement of the 1980s. It covers topics including literary, historical, and cultural studies

Representative may refer to:*Representation*Legislator, someone who is part of a legislature*House of Representatives*Representative sample in statistics

"Repressed" is a single by Apocalyptica, released on May 19, 2006.-Track listing:# "Repressed" featuring Max Cavalera & Matt Tuck# "Path Vol.2" featuring Sandra Nasic# "Betrayal" # "Repressed"

Reprieve can refer to:* In criminal proceedings, the act of postponing the enforcement of a sentence, particularly a death sentence, to allow an appeal* Reprieve , a group of organisations working against the death penalty

A reprimand is a severe, formal or official reproof. Reprimanding takes in different forms in different legal systems, such as in UK law.- UK :

A reprint is a re-publishing of material that has already been previously published. The word reprint is used in many fields.-Academic publishing:

In international law, a reprisal is a limited and deliberate violation of international law to punish another sovereign state that has already broken them. Reprisals in the laws of war are extremely limited, as they commonly breached the rights of civilians, an action outlawed by the Geneva Conventions

Reprise is a fundamental device in the history of art. In literature, a reprise consists of the rewriting of another work; in music, a reprise is the repetition or reiteration of the opening material later in a composition as occurs in the recapitulation of sonata form, though—originally in the 18th century—was simply any repeated section, such as is indicated by beginning and ending

Reprise (disambiguation)
Reprise is the repetition of a passage in music.Reprise may also refer to:*Reprise Records, a record label*"Reprise" , a 2001 episode of the television program Angel*Reprise , a 2006 Norwegian film

Reprise (film)
Reprise is a Norwegian film directed by Joachim Trier. Co-written over the course of five years with Eskil Vogt, it is Trier's first feature-length film. The film was the Norwegian candidate for the Academy Award as best foreign language film in 2006.

Reprobation, in Christian theology, is a corollary to the Calvinistic doctrine of unconditional election which derives that some of mankind are predestined by God for salvation. Therefore, the remainder are left bound to their fallen nature and certain damnation. This same state of unbelief is also known as reprobation

Reproducibility is the ability of an experiment or study to be accurately reproduced, or replicated, by someone else working independently

Reproductions is a studio album of cover versions by Charlotte Martin.-Track listing:# "Angel" # "Obstacle 1" # "Constant Craving" Reproductions is a studio album of cover versions by Charlotte Martin.-Track listing:# "Angel" (Massive Attack)# "Obstacle 1" (Interpol)# "Constant Craving" Reproductions is a studio album of cover versions by Charlotte Martin.-Track listing:# "Angel" (Massive Attack)# "Obstacle 1" (Interpol)# "Constant Craving" (k.d

Reprographics (webcomic)
Reprographics is a photocomic posted on the website of Christopher R. Yates, a sculptor and toy maker from Boulder, Colorado. Reprographics started out as a semi-biographical comic detailing Chris's life as he worked in an art supply store in the copy shop . However, in the first comic, the large copier started talking

Reptiles are members of a class of air-breathing, ectothermic vertebrates which are characterized by laying shelled eggs , and having skin covered in scales and/or scutes. They are tetrapods, either having four limbs or being descended from four-limbed ancestors

Reptile (band)
Reptile is a band from Iceland on the record label Bad Taste. Reptile is known for its over the top theatrics in their music, which combines pop with other instruments such as marimba, saxophone, banjo and violin. Their debut album Fame and Fossils was released in 1990.. Reptile disbanded in 1992

Reptilia (zoo)
Reptilia is Canada's largest reptile zoo, with of indoor exhibits.Reptilia is the home of Canada's largest crocodile, Induna, who is long, and weighs over . The zoo also contains pythons. -Educational curriculum:

Reptilian (film)
Yonggary is a 1999 South Korean Kaiju film. It is a modern-day remake of the kaiju film Yonggary. The film was released in Korea in 1999 as Yonggary but released in the United States under the new title Reptilian in 2001

Repubblica may refer to:*La Repubblica, an Italian newspaper*Republica, a misspelling of an English rock band*Repubblica , fictional country from the comedy The Fast Show, where Chanel 9 television channel is situated

A republic is a form of government in which the people, or some significant portion of them, have supreme control over the government and where offices of state are elected or chosen by elected people. In modern times, a common simplified definition of a republic is a government where the head of state is not a monarch

Republic (political organisation)
Republic is a British non-partisan republican pressure group advocating the replacement of the United Kingdom's monarchy with a democratically-elected head of state.

Republic (retailer)
Republic is a men's- and women's-wear retailer with 103 stores in the UK.It was initially founded in 1985 as Just Jeans, but after 1990 changed its name to Best Jeanswear; Republic was launched in 1998

Republic of China
The Republic of China , commonly known as Taiwan , is a unitary sovereign state located in East Asia. Originally based in mainland China, the Republic of China currently governs the island of Taiwan , which forms over 99% of its current territory, as well as Penghu, Kinmen, Matsu and other minor islands

Republic of the Congo
The Republic of the Congo , sometimes known locally as Congo-Brazzaville, is a state in Central Africa. It is bordered by Gabon, Cameroon, the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of the Congo , the Angolan exclave province of Cabinda, and the Gulf of Guinea.The region was dominated by Bantu tribes, who built trade links leading into the

Republic of the Congo (Léopoldville)
The Republic of the Congo was an independent republic established following the independence granted to the former colony of the Belgian Congo in 1960

Republican can refer to:* An advocate of a republic, a form of government that is not a monarchy or dictatorship, and is generally associated with the rule of law

Republican marriage
Republican marriage was a form of execution that allegedly occurred in Nantes during the Reign of Terror in Revolutionary France and "involved tying a naked man and woman together and drowning them"

Republican Party
-Africa:*Republican Party *Republican Party *Republican Party -Asia:*Republican Party *Republican Party *Republican Party *Republican Party of Afghanistan*Republican Party of India

Republican Party (East Timor)
The Republican Party is a political party in East Timor. In the parliamentary election held on 30 June 2007, the party won 1.06% of the total votes and did not win any seats in parliament, as it did not reach the 3% threshold to win seats.

Republican Party (France)
The Republican Party was a French right-wing political party founded in 1977. It replaced the National Federation of the Independent Republicans that was founded in 1966. It was created by former President of France Valéry Giscard d'Estaing

Republika (Indonesian newspaper)
Republika is one of several national daily newspapers in Indonesia. The newspaper is also known as a Moslem publication. Republika was founded in 1992 and the first edition was published on January 3, 1993, by Yayasan Abdi Bangsa -- a foundation that supported by Ikatan Cendekiawan Muslim Indonesia .Now,

Repudiation may refer to:* Repudiation, the formal act by which a husband forcibly renounces his wife in certain cultures and religions*Disownment, the formal act by which a parent forcibly renounces his child

Repulse may refer to:Places* Repulse Island National Park, Queensland, Australia* Repulse Bay, Hong Kong** The Repulse Bay, residential building* Repulse Bay, Nunavut, Canada** Repulse Bay AirportShipping* HMS Repulse, several ships of the Royal Navy

Repulsion is a 1965 British psychological thriller film directed by Roman Polanski, based on a scenario by Gérard Brach and Roman Polanski. It was Polanski's first English language film, and was shot in Britain, as such being his second film made outside his native Poland. The cast includes Catherine Deneuve, Ian Hendry, John Fraser and Yvonne Furneaux

Repulsion (disambiguation)
Repulsion is a feeling of disgust or very strong dislike.Repulsion may also refer to:* Repulsive force, a force between two bodies away from each other* Repulsion, a 1965 film directed by Roman Polański

Reputation of a social entity is an opinion about that entity, typically a result of social evaluation on a set of criteria

Reputation (album)
Reputation is the thirteenth studio album by British singer Dusty Springfield, and twelfth released. Issued on the Parlophone Records label in the UK and the rest of Europe in June 1990, Reputation was not only Springfield's first studio album in eight years at the time but in fact also the first album to be released in her native country since 1979's Living Without Your

Reputation (disambiguation)
Reputation is generalized or held view of a person or a groupReputation may also refer to:*The Reputation, a defunct indie rock band from Chicago, Illinois**The Reputation , a 2002 album by this band

Request may refer to:*a question*in computer science, a message sent between objects*in computer science, a request in Hypertext Transfer Protocol*ReQuest Dance Crew, a hip-hop dance crew from New Zealand*Request TV, a defunct pay-per-view service

Request (album)
Request is the second album by the South African Gothic rock band The Awakening released during April 1998. Taking a step towards the New Romantic sound, Request brought the band more exposure and club rotation with three singles as well as their first music video for "Rain."-Recording:A calmer, mellower and darker album than its predecessor, Request's singles "Maree", "Rain"

Request for production
A request for production is a legal request for documents, electronically stored information, or other tangible items. In civil procedure, during the discovery phase of litigation, a party to a lawsuit may request that another party provide any documents that it has that pertain to the subject matter of the lawsuit

A Requiem or Requiem Mass, also known as Mass for the dead or Mass of the dead , is a Mass celebrated for the repose of the soul or souls of one or more deceased persons, using a particular form of the Roman Missal

Requiem (1995 film)
Requiem is a narrative short film directed by actress Elizabeth Sung, made in the American Film Institute's Directing Workshop for Women

Requiem (Bracket album)
Requiem is the fifth album by Californian punk rock band Bracket, released on November 29, 2005 on Takeover Records. The album marks the longest break between the band's studio albums, with over five years separating Requiem and its predecessor, When All Else Fails.Bracket recorded the album over the course of two years at Trailer Park Studios which was built by drummer Ray

Requiem (Dvorák)
Antonín Dvořák's Requiem in B-flat minor, Op. 89, B. 165, is a funeral mass for soloists, choir and orchestra, composed in 1890.- Background :

Requiem (Henze)
Hans Werner Henze composed the nine Sacred Concertos that comprise his Requiem over the course of three years from 1991 to 1993 on commissions from the London Sinfonietta, Suntory Corporation for the NHK Philharmonic, and Westdeutschen Rundfunks Köln

Requiem (John 5 album)
-Personnel:*John 5 - All guitars, banjo, bass. Also co-producer.*Tommy Clufetos - Drums & percussion*Chris Baseford - Producer

Requiem (Ockeghem)
The Requiem, by Johannes Ockeghem , is a polyphonic setting of the Roman Catholic Requiem Mass, the Missa pro defunctis, the Mass for the dead. It is the earliest polyphonic setting of the Requiem Mass to have survived, and remains one of Ockeghem's most famous and often-performed compositions

Requiem (Rutter)
The Requiem by John Rutter is a musical setting of an adaptation of the Roman Catholic Requiem Mass, completed in 1985. The setting utilises a choir with an orchestral accompaniment, along with a soprano soloist. The Requiem was first performed on 13 October 1985 at Lovers' Lane United Methodist Church, Dallas, Texas by the Sanctuary Choir and orchestra

Requiem (The Confession album)
Requiem is Orange County, California metal band The Confession's first full-length album, released on March 20th, 2007.-Track listing:#"Burn the Virgin" - 4:33#"Through These Eyes" - 4:05#"Dance with the Devil" - 4:13#"Time Is Gone" - 5:22

Requiem (typeface)
Requiem is an old style serif typeface designed by Jonathan Hoefler in 1992 for Travel & Leisure magazine. The typeface takes inspiration from a set of inscriptional capitals found in Ludovico Vicentino degli Arrighi's 1523 writing manual, Il Modo de Temperare le Penne. Italics are based on the cancelleresca corsiva chancellery model

In engineering, a requirement is a singular documented physical and functional need that a particular product or service must be or perform. It is most commonly used in a formal sense in systems engineering, software engineering, or enterprise engineering

A requisition is a request for something, especially a formal written request on a pre-printed form.An online requisition is an electronic document, which can be originated by the requester and then using the company workflow or hierarchy rules, can be submitted to the subsequent levels, until it is finalized or approved and then converted to a purchase order

A rerun or repeat is a re-airing of an episode of a radio or television broadcast. The invention of the rerun is generally credited to Desi Arnaz. There are two types of reruns—those that occur during a hiatus, and those that occur when a program is syndicated. Reruns can also be, as the case with more popular shows, when a show is aired outside of its timeslot A rerun or repeat is a re-airing of an episode of a radio or television broadcast. The invention of the rerun is generally credited to Desi Arnaz. There are two types of reruns—those that occur during a hiatus, and those that occur when a program is syndicated. Reruns can also be, as the case with more popular shows, when a show is aired outside of its timeslot A rerun or repeat is a re-airing of an episode of a radio or television broadcast. The invention of the rerun is generally credited to Desi Arnaz. There are two types of reruns—those that occur during a hiatus, and those that occur when a program is syndicated. Reruns can also be, as the case with more popular shows, when a show is aired outside of its timeslot (e.g

Shareese Renée Ballard, better known by her stage name Res , is a female singer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her musical style is a blend of indie pop, soul, and rock

Res judicata
Res judicata or res iudicata , also known as claim preclusion, is the Latin term for "a matter [already] judged", and may refer to two concepts: in both civil law and common law legal systems, a case in which there has been a final judgment and is no longer subject to appeal; and the legal doctrine meant to bar continued litigation of such cases

Rescates were maritime smugglers in the sixteenth-century Spanish Caribbean. The term is derived from the Spanish verb rescatar, "to ransom" or "to rescue."-References:

In contract law, rescission has been defined as the unmaking of a contract between parties. Rescission is the unwinding of a transaction. This is done to bring the parties, as far as possible, back to the position in which they were before they entered into a contract .-In court:Rescission is an equitable remedy and is discretionary

Rescue refers to responsive operations that usually involve the saving of life, or prevention of injury during an incident or dangerous situation.

Rescue (1990 TV Series)
Rescue was a 13-part documentary series created and directed by Cameraman Paul Berriff. It focused on the air-sea rescue work of "Rescue 137", a Sea King belonging to 202 Sqn, Royal Air Force in and around their base at RAF Lossiemouth, Scotland and the North Sea over a period of a year between 1988 -1989.The series covered a multitude of incidents ranging from ferrying a sick

Rescue (song)
"Rescue" is the second single released by the band Echo & the Bunnymen. It was released on 5 May 1980 and subsequently included on the Crocodiles album, which was released on 18 July 1980. It was the band's first single to chart, reaching number 62 on the UK Singles Chart

Rescue (video game)
Rescue is a computer game published by Mastertronic in 1987 for the ZX Spectrum. It was written by Ste Cork and Tiny Williams.-Plot:The purpose of the game is to rescue the correct scientist and the "ultimate experiment"

Research can be defined as the scientific search for knowledge, or as any systematic investigation, to establish novel facts, solve new or existing problems, prove new ideas, or develop new theories, usually using a scientific method

A researcher is somebody who performs research, the search for knowledge or in general any systematic investigation to establish facts. Researchers can work in academic, industrial, government, or private institutions.-Examples of research institutions:

Réseau AGIR
The Réseau AGIR was a World War II espionage group founded by French wartime resister Michel Hollard that provided human intelligence on V-1 flying bomb facilities).