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Respiratory tract
In humans the respiratory tract is the part of the anatomy involved with the process of respiration.The respiratory tract is divided into 3 segments:*Upper respiratory tract: nose and nasal passages, paranasal sinuses, and throat or pharynx

Respire (Mickey 3D song)
"Respire" is one of Mickey 3D's most popular songs. Released in March 2003, it met success in France, Belgium and Switzerland. Like many French rock songs the topic is about a controversial and realistic subject, in this case, the environment and its destruction.-Lyrics and music:The text of the song addresses a "kid" to alert him about the state of the world that adults will leave to

Respiro is a 2002 Italian film written and directed by Emanuele Crialese and released in English-language markets in 2003. The film stars Valeria Golino, Vincenzo Amato, and Francesco Casisa

Respirocytes are hypothetical, microscopic, artificial red blood cells that can emulate the function of its organic counterpart, only with 200 times the efficiency, so as to supplement or replace the function of much of the human body's normal respiratory system. Still entirely theoretical, respirocytes would measure 1 micrometer in diameter

Respite may be:* Respite , delay of sentence* Respite care, care provided as temporary replacement of a live-in caregiver* Respite , practice of allocating extraordinary resources toward recovery of workers from effects of unusual stress

Respite (law)
The pardon power of the United States Constitution has been broadly interpreted to include a variety of specific powers. Among those powers are: pardons, conditional pardons, commutations of sentence, conditional commutations of sentence, remissions of fines and forfeitures, respites and amnesties.Respites delay the imposition of sentence but in no way modify a sentence or address questions

A respond is a half-pier or half-pillar which is bonded into a wall and designed to carry the springer at one end of an arch.

A respondent is a person who is called upon to issue a response to a communication made by another. In legal usage, this specifically refers to the defendant in a legal proceeding commenced by a petition, or to an appellee, or the opposing party, in an appeal of a decision by an initial fact-finder

* First responder* Certified first responder* Second responder* Wilderness First Responder* Certified First Responder in France* Community first responder

Response may refer to:*Response , a line answering a versicle*Response or antiphon, a response to a psalm or other part of a religious service* Output or response, the result of telecommunications input

Responsibility may refer to:* Collective responsibility** Cabinet collective responsibility, a constitutional Convention in Governments using the Westminster System* Corporate responsibility** Corporate social responsibility

Responsiveness as a concept of computer science refers to the specific ability of a functional unit to complete assigned tasks within a given time, but also may incorporate the ability of an artificial intelligence system to understand and carry out its tasks in a timely fashion. It is one of the criteria under the principle of robustness

Rest may refer to:* Leisure* Human relaxation* SleepRest may also refer to:* Rest , a pause in a piece of music* Rest , the relation between two observers* Rest , a 2008 album by Gregor Samsa

Rest (album)
Rest, released April 1, 2008, is the second full-length album by Virginian post-rock band Gregor Samsa. The band posted the tracks online at Imeem before the album was released

Rest area
A rest area, travel plaza, rest stop, or service area is a public facility, located next to a large thoroughfare such as a highway, expressway, or freeway at which drivers and passengers can rest, eat, or refuel without exiting on to secondary roads

A restaurant is an establishment which prepares and serves food and drink to customers in return for money. Meals are generally served and eaten on premises, but many restaurants also offer take-out and food delivery services

Restaurant (film)
Restaurant is a 1998 independent film starring Adrien Brody, Elise Neal, David Moscow and Simon Baker. Written by Tom Cudworth and directed by Eric Bross, Restaurant was the follow-up to this writing–directing duo's first film, TenBenny, which also starred Adrien Brody

The law of restitution is the law of gains-based recovery. It is to be contrasted with the law of compensation, which is the law of loss-based recovery. Obligations to make restitution and obligations to pay compensation are each a type of legal response to events in the real world. When a court orders restitution it orders the defendant to give up his gains to the claimant

Restitution (theology)
Restitution in moral theology signifies an act of commutative justice by which exact reparation as far as possible is made for an injury that has been done to another.

Restless may refer to:*Restlessness Music*Restless *Restless *Restless *Restless *Restless

Restless (Murray Head album)
-Track listing:All songs composed by Murray Head unless noted.#"When You're in Love" - 3:34#"Catching Eddie at It" - 3:16#"Modern Boy" - 4:37#"Peril in Venice" - 5:40#"Salvation " - 4:05

Restless (Shelby Lynne album)
Restless is the fifth studio album by Shelby Lynne, released on July 18, 1995 on Magnatone Records, and later re-released on Curb Records. The album is considered the last in a series of efforts for Lynne to attract mainstream country music audiences, this time incorporating elements of western swing

Restoration may refer to:-Historical examples :* Kemmu Restoration * Restoration * Portuguese Restoration War

Restoration (Tremain novel)
Restoration is a novel by Rose Tremain, published in 1989. It was short listed for the Booker Prize in 1989 and was the Sunday Express Book of the Year. It was made into a film in 1995.-Plot summary:

Restore may refer to:*Restoration *ReStore - Retail building supply stores run by local Habitat for Humanity affiliates

Restraint may refer to:* A personal virtue. See self control.* Physical restraint, the practice of rendering people helpless or keeping them in captivity by means such as handcuffs, ropes, straps, etc.

Restraint (2008 film)
Restraint is a 2008 Australian thriller film, directed by David Denneen, written by Dave Warner and starring Stephen Moyer, Travis Fimmel and Teresa Palmer. The film was shot on location around New South Wales, Australia in mid-2005. Working titles during production were, Ravenswood, Guests and Power Surge

In the C programming language, as of the C99 standard, restrict is a keyword that can be used in pointer declarations. The restrict keyword is a declaration of intent given by the programmer to the compiler. It says that for the lifetime of the pointer, only it or a value directly derived from it will be used to access the object to which it points

Restriction may refer to:* Restriction , an aspect of a mathematical function* Restrictions , an album by Cactus* Restriction enzyme, a type of enzyme that cleaves genetic material

Restrictions (album)
Restrictions is the third and the last album by the original line-up of the American hard rock supergroup Cactus, released in 1971 under the Atco label. "Token Chokin'" also was issued as a single, as well as "Evil", "Alaska" and "Sweet Sixteen" also were released on A and B sides

A result is the final consequence of a sequence of actions or events expressed qualitatively or quantitatively. Possible results include advantage, disadvantage, gain, injury, loss, value and victory. There may be a range of possible outcomes associated with an event depending on the point of view, historical distance or relevance

Resultant (organ)
In pipe organs, a resultant tone is the sound of a combination of organ pipes that allows the listener to perceive a lower pitch.This is done by having two pipes, one pipe of the note being played, and another harmonically related, typically at its fifth, being sounded at the same time

Resume (album)
:Résumé is a collection of experimental tracks by John Taylor of Duran Duran and Jonathan Elias. The tracks were recorded in 1985 and 1986, and collected and released through John Taylor's website, as a CD-R in 1999.-Track listing:# "Dance For Freedom" – 5:21# "New Work #1" – 2:01# "I Do What I Do" – 3:49# "Music For An

Resurrected (film)
Resurrected is a 1989 drama film starring David Thewlis based on the story of the British soldier Philip Williams, who is presumed dead and left behind in the Falklands but is accused of desertion when he reappears seven weeks after the Falklands War ends. The film was written by Martin Allen and directed by Paul Greengrass

Resurrection refers to the literal coming back to life of the biologically dead. It is used both with respect to particular individuals or the belief in a General Resurrection of the dead at the end of the world. The General Resurrection is featured prominently in Jewish, Christian, and Muslim scriptures

Resurrection (1909 film)
Resurrection is a 1909 silent short film made by Biograph Studios. It is based on the Leo Tolstoy novel Resurrection. Adapted for the screen by Frank E. Woods, it was directed by D. W. Griffith and starred several pioneering legends of American cinema such as Arthur V. Johnson, Florence Lawrence, Marion Leonard, Owen Moore, Mack Sennett and Griffith's wife, Linda Arvidson.

Resurrection (1927 film)
Resurrection is a 1927 Hollywood adaptation of the Leo Tolstoy novel Resurrection. Filmmaker Edwin Carewe adapted the book to a feature length silent production starring Dolores del Río and featuring an appearance by Ilya Tolstoy. In 1931, Edwin Carewe directed an all-talking remake of this film starred by Lupe Vélez.

Resurrection (1931 English-language film)
Resurrection is a 1931 English-language adaptation of the Leo Tolstoy novel Resurrection produced by Universal Studios. It was an all-talking version starring John Boles and Lupe Vélez. It was directed by Edwin Carewe, who had also directed the previous 1927 silent adaptation. A Spanish language version, Resurrección was also made in the same year by Universal Studios

Resurrection (1931 Spanish-language film)
Resurrection is a 1931 Spanish-language adaptation of the Leo Tolstoy novel Resurrection produced by Universal Studios the same year they made the first English-language all-talking version of the film. The film was directed by Eduardo Arozamena and David Selman and starred Gilbert Roland and Lupe Vélez, who also starred in the English-language version.

Resurrection (1999 film)
-Plot:Detective John Prudhomme, a Cajun transferred to Chicago, is assigned to investigate the savage murder of a man who has bled to death from a severed arm. A message, "He Is Coming", written in blood on the victim's window, is a dark, foreboding clue

Resurrection (Chimaira album)
-Personnel:* Mark Hunter – vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards, theremin, samplers* Rob Arnold – lead guitar* Matt DeVries – rhythm guitar* Jim LaMarca – bass guitar* Andols Herrick – drums* Chris Spicuzza – keyboards, backing vocals

Resurrection (Criminal Nation album)
Resurrection is the third and final album released by rap group, Criminal Nation. It was released on April 3, 2000 for Ocean Records and was produced by Eugenious and several tracks by M.A.S.

Resurrection (Dungeon album 2005)
-Australian Version:-EU/USA Limited Edition:Available in a digipack with an bonus live CD from Dungeon's 2003 Japanese tour and a MPG of I Am Death.-Credits:* Lord Tim - vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass* Steve Moore - drums, vocals

Resurrection (Dungeon album)
-Songs:*"The Legend of Huma" is based on the novel from the Dragonlance series of books*Three tracks had appeared in different versions on the previous Japan-only release Demolition. These songs were "Paradise", "Time to Die" and "I Am Death". "Paradise" is Dungeon's most recorded track as an even earlier version with a different bass line featured on the "Changing Moods" demo

Resurrection (East 17 album)
Resurrection is the fourth studio album by East 17 and first without member Tony Mortimer. They would also use new name E-17. The album was released on 16 November 1998.-Track listing:#"Each Time"#"Sleeping in My Head"#"Tell Me What You Want"

Resurrection (Fabergé egg)
The Resurrection egg is a jewelled enameled and rock crystal Easter egg made by Michael Perchin under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé before 1899 .Long considered a Fabergé egg, it does not bear an inventory number

Resurrection (Fear Factory EP)
Resurrection is an EP by the American metal band Fear Factory. It was released on September 14, 1998.-Song information:"Resurrection" is one of singer Burton C. Bell's favorite Fear Factory songs. It is the ninth and longest track on the 1998 concept album Obsolete. The album version runs 6:35

Resurrection (Godgory album)
Resurrection is the third full-length album by the Melodic death metal Doom metal band Godgory. In October 1998 the band went to studio "Fasaden" and spent 5 weeks in there. Session musicians were Mikael and Thomas. Godgory also invited Fredrik Olsson as a reciter

Resurrection (Lords of the Underground album)
Resurrection is the third album by rap group, Lords of the Underground. The album was released on April 21, 1999 for Jersey Kidz Records and was produced by K-Def, Queen Latifah and DJ Lord Jazz. Resurrection was a critical success, but due to little promotion, it was also a commercial failure and did not make it to the billboard charts

Resurrection (opera)
Resurrection is an opera by the English composer Peter Maxwell Davies. Maxwell Davies conceived in 1963 whilst at Princeton University. However, the composer did not complete the opera until over 20 years later

Resurrection (Paper, Paper)
"Resurrection " is a 2000 rap single by Bone Thugs-n-Harmony released off their album BTNHResurrection. It was the first single released off the album.

Resurrection (Piero della Francesca)
The Resurrection is a fresco by the Italian Renaissance master Piero della Francesca, painted around 1463-65. Though documentation is lacking, the gothic Residenza, the communal meeting hall in which it was painted, was returned by Florentine authorities to the citizens of Sansepolcro, Tuscany, 1 February 1459, as a sign of the restoration of some measure of autonomy to the

Resurrection (Possessed album)
Resurrection is a demo album by American death metal band Possessed. The album contains a rehearsal from 1984 and a song by Jeff Becerra's new band, Side Effect. There were only 500 copies of the album available that were recorded on 10" vinyl.

Resurrection (song)
"Resurrection" is the second single from rapper Common's 1994 album Resurrection. Its piano-led beat, produced by No I.D., contains samples from "The Signs Pt. II" by David Axelrod, "Dolphin Dance" by Ahmad Jamal, "Sorcerer of Isis" by Power of Zeus, "Ice" by Spirit and both "Why Can't People Be Colors Too?" and "Help Is on the Way" by The Whatnauts

Resurrection (Twista album)
Resurrection is the second studio album by Chicago rapper Twista, who had released his first album under the name Tung Twista. Along with the name and label change, the rapper slowed his flow slightly and deepened his voice; he also took to darker, rougher production

Resurrection (Venom album)
-Credits:*Cronos – bass guitar, vocals*Mantas – guitar*Antton – drums-External links:*

Resurrectionist can refer to:*Resurrectionist Order of the Roman Catholic Church*Body-snatching

- People :* Ret Chol , Southern Sudanese politician from Nasir County of the Upper Nile state- Engineering and computer science :* Remote Electrical Tilt * Renewable energy target* Renewable energy Technology

Retail (comic strip)
Retail is a syndicated comic strip distributed by King Features Syndicate. It is authored and illustrated by Norm Feuti. It made its newspaper debut on January 1, 2006, and then gained quickly in popularity following articles in The New York Times and TIME Magazine - Setting :The strip is set in a fictional department store called "Grumbel's." Grumbel's provides a wide

RETAIN is a mainframe based database system, accessed via IBM 3270 terminals , used internally within IBM providing service support to IBM field personnel and customers.

Retainer may refer to:* Retainer , a person, especially a soldier, in the service of a lord in the late Middle Ages** Retainer sacrifice, the sacrifice of a human servant* Retainer

Retaliate is the debut album of Maryland death metal band Misery Index.Track 5 was previously recorded and released on a split with Structure of Lies.-Track listing:# "Retaliate" – 3:28# "The Lies That Bind" – 2:46# "The Great Depression" – 2:40

To retaliate is to take revenge.Retaliation or Retaliate may also refer to:*Retaliate , an album by Misery Index*Retaliate , an album by Angerfist*Retaliation

Retaliation (Carnivore album)
Retaliation is the second and final album by the Brooklyn crossover thrash band Carnivore. It was released in 1987 by Roadrunner Records, and later released on CD in 1991 without tracks 4 and 9.

Retaliation (song)
"Retaliation" is a single by Hip Hop group Jedi Mind Tricks, the third released from their second album Violent by Design, following "Heavenly Divine" and "Genghis Khan". Released in 2001, the single was the group's last release on self-run Superegular Recordings . The following year, the group migrated to Babygrande Records

Retardation is the act or result of delaying; the extent to which anything is retarded or delayed; that which retards or delays. In particular, it can mean:-In engineering:* Negative acceleration in mechanics Retardation is the act or result of delaying; the extent to which anything is retarded or delayed; that which retards or delays. In particular, it can mean:-In engineering:* Negative acceleration in mechanics Retardation is the act or result of delaying; the extent to which anything is retarded or delayed; that which retards or delays. In particular, it can mean:-In engineering:* Negative acceleration in mechanics (i.e

Retaria is a clade within the supergroup Rhizaria containing the Foraminifera and the Radiolaria.

RETAS is a 2D animation software bundle developed and sold by Celsys that's available for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X

Retching is a process in the human body where gastric contents are forced into the esophagus but do not enter the pharynx. Retching usually precedes vomiting, when the upper esophageal sphincter remains closed. If the upper esophageal sphincter is open, vomiting occurs. It can also be caused by a bad smell or choking