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REFReference to
REFReferee (sports)
REFRefer/Reference(s)/Referred
REFReference (File Name Extension)
REFResearch Excellence Framework (Higher Education Funding Council for England; UK)
REFReferring
REFRefugee
REFRefresher
REFRoma Education Fund (est. 2005)
REFRéseau des Emetteurs Français (French: Network of French Radio Transmitters; amateur radio club)
REFRapid Equipping Force
REFReview of Environmental Factors
REFRow Echelon Form (matrix mathematics)
REFRestricted Earth Fault
REFReduced Echelon Form (linear algebra)
REFRobotech Expeditionary Forces (Robotech anime)
REFRadio-Engineering Faculty
REFRapid Equipment Fielding (US Army)
REFRadiant Electric Fire
REFResearch Exploration Framework
REFRoseland Education Foundation
REFRarest Element First (algorithm)
REFReal Estate Fund (various organizations)
REFResource Enforcement Function
References in classic literature ?
The reason is that objective reference is of the essence of belief, and objective reference is derived from meaning.
The content is different in the two cases, but its objective reference is the same.
There is but one other head on which I wish to offer a remark; and that has reference to the public health.
I have made no reference to my reception, nor have I suffered it to influence me in what I have written; for, in either case, I should have offered but a sorry acknowledgment, compared with that I bear within my breast, towards those partial readers of my former books, across the Water, who met me with an open hand, and not with one that closed upon an iron muzzle.
With reference to commerce, the proclamation to industrious workmen and to peasants evoked no response.
In reference," proceeds the Chancellor with extra distinctness, "to the young girl and boy, the two young people"--Mr.
Nevelet, in the preface to the volume which we have described, points out that the Fables of Planudes could not be the work of Aesop, as they contain a reference in two places to "Holy monks," and give a verse from the Epistle of St.
The turn of the expression, however, in her last question, or rather the one chance word, "adventure," lightly as it fell from her lips, recalled my thoughts to my meeting with the woman in white, and urged me to discover the connection which the stranger's own reference to Mrs.
Little accustomed, in her long seclusion from society, to measure her ideas of right and wrong by any standard external to herself, Hester saw -- or seemed to see -- that there lay a responsibility upon her in reference to the clergyman, which she owned to no other, nor to the whole world besides.
This becomes evident by reference to particular instances which occur.
Rook was able, in answering questions put to her, to give important information, in reference to the missing pocketbook.
Nothing could have been more naturally introduced, or more delicately managed, than my wife's brief reference to the subject.