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Rete
Rete may refer to: An interwoven network of nerves, blood vessels or passageways.-Italy:*Net , in Latin*La Rete , the common name given to Movimento per la Democrazia , an Italian political party-Technology:

Retention
Retention may refer to:* Retention, in learning, the ability to retain facts and figures in memory ** Selective retention* Cultural retention* Customer retention

Rethink
Rethink Mental Illness is a charity in England. Its mission statement is "Working together to help everyone affected by severe mental illness recover a better quality of life." The organisation was founded in 1972 by relatives of people diagnosed with schizophrenia, following an article by a journalist whose son had been diagnosed

Rethink (record label)
Re:think was an imprint label of under EMI. It signed several acts, including This World Fair, The Colour, Sarah Masen and Switchfoot. Re:think is well-known for supporting the ONE Campaign as well as the lowercase people Justice Fund.-History:

Reticulation (single-access key)
In biology, a reticulation of a single-access identification key connects different branches of the identification tree to improve error tolerance and identification success

Reticulum
Reticulum is a small, faint constellation in the southern sky. Its name is Latin for a small net, or reticle—a net of crosshairs at the focus of a telescope eyepiece that is used to measure star positions

Reticulum (anatomy)
The reticulum is the second chamber in the alimentary canal of a ruminant animal. Anatomically it is considered the smaller half of the reticulorumen along with the rumen. Together these two compartments make up 84% of the volume of the total stomach. The reticulum is located between the rumen and the omasum.The reticulum is colloquially referred to as the honeycomb

Retie
Retie is a municipality located in the Campine region of the Belgian province of Antwerp. The municipality only comprises the town of Retie proper. On 1 January 2006 Retie had a total population of 10,321

Retina
The vertebrate retina is a light-sensitive tissue lining the inner surface of the eye. The optics of the eye create an image of the visual world on the retina, which serves much the same function as the film in a camera. Light striking the retina initiates a cascade of chemical and electrical events that ultimately trigger nerve impulses

Retinol
Retinol is one of the animal forms of vitamin A. It is a diterpenoid and an alcohol. It is convertible to other forms of vitamin A, and the retinyl ester derivative of the alcohol serves as the storage form of the vitamin in animals.

Retinue
A retinue is a body of persons "retained" in the service of a noble or royal personage, a suite of "retainers".-Etymology:

Retirement (Beanie Baby)
The retirement of a Beanie Baby or a product from any line of Ty Inc., the manufacturer of Beanie Babies and other lines of collectibles, is its withdrawal from production. This has occurred in varying amounts of time following its introduction, depending on Ty's goals for that particular item. Some Beanie Babies have remained in production for several years following their introduction

Retirement (disambiguation)
Retirement is the end of a person's career, usually due to age. Related articles include:*Mandatory retirement*Retirement annuity*Retirement planRetirement may also refer to:-Sports:

Retort
In a chemistry laboratory, a retort is a glassware device used for distillation or dry distillation of substances. It consists of a spherical vessel with a long downward-pointing neck. The liquid to be distilled is placed in the vessel and heated

Retraced
Retraced is the second studio album released by American rock guitarist Jake E. Lee. The album features no original material, instead consisting of covers of various bands from Lee's youth.

Retraction (kinesiology)
Retraction is the anatomical term of motion for posterior movement of the arms at the shoulders. It is the opposite of protraction. Major muscles involved include: * Rhomboid major muscle* Rhomboid minor muscle* Trapezius muscle-External links:* *

Retread
A retread, or "recap," is a previously worn tire which has gone through a remanufacturing process designed to extend its useful service life.Retreading starts with a safety inspection of the tire. The old tread is then buffed away, and a new rubber tread is applied to the bare "casing" using specialized machinery.Retreads are significantly cheaper than new tires

Retreat
The meaning of a spiritual retreat can be different for different religious communities. Spiritual Retreats are an integral part of many Buddhist, Christian and Sufi communities.

Retreat
Retreat may refer to:*Retreat , a religious or spiritual term for time taken to reflect or meditate*Retreat , a withdrawal of military forces*Retreat , a place of refuge for those in the Survivalist subculture or movement

Retreat (Cries My Heart)
"Retreat " is a popular song, written by Nancy Farnsworth, Tommy Furtado, and Anita Boyer in 1952.The most popular version was recorded by Patti Page in the same year.

Retreat (survivalism)
A retreat is a place of refuge for those in the survivalist subculture or movement. Retreats are also sometimes called Bug-Out Locations

Retreat (The Rakes song)
"Retreat" is a song by English indie rock band The Rakes and is featured on their debut album, Capture/Release. Released on April 25, 2005, it was the second single taken from the album and it charted in the UK Top 40 at #24.-Track listings:

Retrenchment (computing)
Retrenchment is a technique associated with Formal Methods that was introduced to address some of the perceived limitations of formal, model based refinement, for situations in which refinement might be regarded as desirable in principle, but turned out to be unusable, or nearly unusable, in practice

Retribution
Retribution may refer to:* Retributive justice* Retribution Engine, a video game engine* Retribution , a novel by Jilliane Hoffman* Retribution , a poem by Longfellow

Retribution (film)
is a 2006 Japanese horror film directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa.-Plot:Yoshioka, an experienced detective, investigates the murder of an unknown woman in a red dress. She was drowned on the Tokyo waterfront, but an autopsy reveals that her stomach is full of seawater

Retribution (Malevolent Creation album)
Retribution is a second studio album by Florida death metal band Malevolent Creation. It was produced and engineered by Scott Burns- Track listing :-Personnel:* Brett Hoffmann - vocals* Rob Barrett - lead guitar* Phil Fasciana - rhythm guitar

Retrieval
Retrieval could refer to:* Information retrieval* Text retrieval* Image retrieval* Document retrieval* Music information retrieval* Medical retrieval* Data retrieval* Knowledge retrieval

Retrieval (film)
Retrieval is a 2006 Polish film directed by Sławomir Fabicki. It was Poland's submission to the 79th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee

Retriever
A retriever is a type of gun dog that retrieves game for a hunter. Generally gun-dogs are divided into three major classifications: retrievers, flushing spaniels, and pointing breeds. Retrievers were bred primarily to retrieve birds or other prey and return them to the hunter without damage

Retriever (disambiguation)
A retriever is a dog that returns game to a hunter. The word may also refer to:* Retriever , 2004 album by Ron Sexsmith* Retriever Communications, a mobile communications company* Retriever Activities Center, the Cantonsville, Maryland Arena

Retro
Retro is a culturally outdated or aged style, trend, mode, or fashion, from the overall postmodern past, that has since that time become functionally or superficially the norm once again. The use of "retro" style iconography and imagery interjected into post-modern art, advertising, mass media, etc

Retro (disambiguation)
Retro style is an outdated style or fashion that has become fashionable again.Retro may also refer to:* Retro , a Latin American cable television network* Retro Television Network, a US network primarily airing classic programming

Retro (TV channel)
Retro was a Latin American cable television network with classic programming that included movies and popular classic TV Series. It was owned by Turner Broadcasting System Latin America/Time Warner. Its headquarters were located in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Retroactive
Retroactive may refer to:* Retroactive , an album by Grand Puba* Retro-active, an album by Karizma* Retro Active, an album by Def Leppard* Retroactive , a 1997 movie starring James Belushi and Kylie Travis-See also:

Retrograde
-Retrograde:* Retrograde motion, in astronomy, describes retrograde motions of celestial bodies relative to a gravitationally central object* Apparent retrograde motion, in astronomy, is the apparent motion of planets as observed from a particular vantage point

Retrograde amnesia
Retrograde amnesia is a loss of access to events that occurred, or information that was learned, before an injury or the onset of a disease.

Retronym
A retronym is a type of neologism that provides a new name for an object or concept to differentiate the original form or version of it from a more recent form or version. The original name is most often augmented with an adjective to account for later developments of the object or concept itself

Retrorocket
A retrorocket is a rocket engine providing thrust opposing the motion of a spacecraft, thereby causing it to decelerate.-History:

Retrospect (disambiguation)
Retrospect may refer to:*Retrospect , a backup software application*"Retrospect" , a 1998 episode of Voyager, a science fiction TV series*Retrospect Ensemble, a period-instrument orchestra and choir

Retrospect (Star Trek: Voyager)
"Retrospect" is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the 17th episode of the fourth season. The episode has an average rating of 2.4/5 on the official Star Trek website .-Plot:

Retrospective
Retrospective generally means to take a look back at events that already have taken place. For example, the term is used in medicine, describing a look back at a patient's medical history or lifestyle.-Music:

Retrospective (album)
Retrospective means to take a look back at events that already have taken place. It may also refer to:-Albums:*Retrospective *Retrospective: The Best of Buffalo Springfield*Retrospective

Retrospective (Leaether Strip album)
-Track listing:# Japanese Bodies# Zyclon B# Anti US # How Do I Know# Strap Me Down# Razor Blades # Don't Tame Your Soul# No Rest for the Wicked# Adrenalin Rush# Nosecandy# Turn to Stone# Face of Evil# Take the Fear Away

Retrospective (Red House Painters album)
Retrospective is a 2-disc compilation of Red House Painters' songs from the band's 4AD era. The compilation was released in July 1999. Disc one is a collection of definitive Red House Painters tracks culled from their debut album Down Colorful Hill through 1995's Ocean Beach, as picked by 4AD label owner Ivo Watts-Russell

Retrospective (Rinôçérôse album)
-Track listing:# Inacceptable# Metal Mental Dub# Bloodsport# Machine Pour Les Oreilles# Rineeerese 3000 In Dub# Pacific Motion# Super Distorsion Kid# Les Funerailles De Toutankhamon

Retrospective (Rosanne Cash compilation)
Retrospective was a 1995 compilation, encapsulating Rosanne Cash's sixteen years with Columbia, released as she was leaving the label. Rather than relying on radio hits, Retrospective focused on lesser known album tracks, unreleased material and live recordings

Retsina
Retsina is a Greek white resinated wine that has been made for at least 2000 years. Its unique flavor is said to have originated from the practice of sealing wine vessels, particularly amphorae, with Aleppo Pine resin in ancient times. Before the invention of impermeable glass bottles, oxygen caused many wines to spoil within the year

Return
-In business, economics, and finance:* Rate of return, the financial term for the profit or loss derived from an investment* Tax return , various meanings relating to taxation

Return (band)
Return is a Norwegian rock band from Stange, Hedmark. The band started in 1980, and was in its prime in the late 1980- and early 1990-. In this period they had several singles on the Norwegian hit charts and were among the bestselling bands in the country. In 1993 the band took a break, but came back in 2001 with a collection and some gigs

Reuben
- General :* Reuben ** Tribe of Reuben an ancient tribe of Israel, said to be descended from the above* Reuben sandwich* Reuben , a British rock band* Reuben , a character in Lilo & Stitch: The Series* Reubens, Idaho

Reunion
-Geography:* Réunion, a French island in the Indian Ocean* Reunion, Colorado, United States* Reunion District, Dallas, Texas, United States* La Reunion , a 19th century French colony in today's Dallas, Texas

Reunion (2001 film)
Reunion , also known as American Reunion, is an American feature film directed by Leif Tilden and Mark Poppi using the filmmaking techniques of Dogme 95 style. It stars Billy Wirth and Jennifer Rubin in a bittersweet tale about 6 former classmates gathering 24 hours before their 20th high school reunion

Reunion (The Mediator)
Reunion is the third installment of the young adult series The Mediator written by Meg Cabot. It was first published as Mean Spirits by Simon and Schuster in July, 2001 under the author's alternative pseudonym Jenny Carroll, and then reprinted under the now-title Reunion, this time by HarperCollins.-Plot:The story starts with Suze’s best friend from New York, Gina,

Reunion (video game)
Reunion, also known as Merit's Galactic Reunion, is a space strategy game. It was the Hungarian game developer company Amnesty Design's first game. The game was programmed by János Kistamás, Krisztián Jámbor, Attila Lendvai , István Árpád Kiss

Reunited
"Reunited" was a hit song for R&B vocal duo Peaches & Herb. Released from their 1978 album, 2 Hot, the song was a huge crossover smash, topping both the pop and soul charts

Reuse
To reuse is to use an item more than once. This includes conventional reuse where the item is used again for the same function, and new-life reuse where it is used for a different function. In contrast, recycling is the breaking down of the used item into raw materials which are used to make new items

Rev
Rev or Rév may refer to:People:* Rev I of Iberia, a king of Iberia * Rev II of Iberia, a prince who functioned as a co-king to his father Mirian III, the first Christian Georgian ruler

Rev (album)
Rev is the third album by Ultra Vivid Scene, released in 1992. The single "Blood and Thunder" reached number 27 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart.-Track listing:# "Candida" – 4:38# "Cut-Throat" – 5:33

Rev (comics)
The Rev is a fictional character, a comic book supervillain in the . Created by Mike Baron and Klaus Janson, the character first appears in The Punisher vol. 2, #4 .

REV (Conference)
International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation is an annual IAOE conference.REV is an annual conference covering topics on online & remote engineering, virtual instrumentation and applications. Like other conferences, REV offers various tracks and simultaneous sessions, tutorials and workshops.The first REV was held in Villach, Austria in 2004

Rev (drink)
Rev is a 7% ABV vodka-based cola beverage , infused with guarana. Rev is manufactured by FBM Distilleries in Brampton, Ontario, Canada and distributed exclusively within the country under license from Bacardi. It is currently available in blue only. Purple, red, and green have been discontinued

Reveal
Reveal or Revealed may refer to:* Reveal , a type of joint* Revealed..., a UK TV news programme for teenagers* Revealed with Jules Asner, an American biography TV series* The Revealed, an Internet documentary project about gorillas

Reveal (carpentry)
In carpentry, a reveal is a feature resembling a rabbet, but constructed of separate pieces of wood. A reveal may typically be seen at the edge of a door or window, where the face molding is set back, often by a distance from 3/16" to 1/2" to reveal the edge of the casing plank.A "tight reveal" is where the distance to the edge of the casing is kept as small as