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AcronymDefinition
REPRepresentative
REPReply
REPRepair
REPRepeat
REPReputation
REPRegistered Education Provider
REPRepublican
REPRetail Electric Provider
REPRepetition
REPRepublicans for Environmental Protection
REPRoutledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy
REPRepublikaner (German Conservative Party)
REPReasonable Expectation of Privacy (law)
REPRab Escort Protein
REPReynolds Number
REPRenewable Energy Project (Nepal)
REPRadiological Emergency Preparedness
REPRepose en Paix (French: Rest in Peace; band)
REPRoentgen Equivalent Physical
REPRequirements Engineering Process
REPRetail Energy Provider
REPReconnaissance de l'Expérience Professionnelle (French: Recognition of Professional Experience)
REPRégiment Etranger Parachutiste (French: Parachute Infantry Regiment)
REPRelease Reuse Equivalency Principle
REPReserve Enlistment Program
REPRéseau Ecologique Paneuropéen (French: Pan-European Ecological Network)
REPRadioisotope Electric Propulsion
REPRecognised Environmental Picture (British Royal Navy tool)
REPRelativistic Electron Precipitation
REPRadio Emergency Patrol (NYPD)
REPRelativistic Effective Potential
REPRead-Evaluate-Print
REPRepresent/Represented
REPReasonable Efforts Program
REPResonance Escape Probability
REPRange Error Probable
REPRealtek Echo Protocol
REPRegional Equalisation Plan (Australia)
REPRegional Evacuation Point
REPResidue Elimination Project
REPResidue Elimination Program
REPRéaction Extra-Pyramidale
REPRating to Economic Performance (HSBC stock valuation tool)
REPRadio-Electronic Protection
REPReinsurance Earned Premiums
REPRefined Engineering Prototype
REPRace Equality Policy (various organizations)
REPRecreation Engineering and Planning (Boulder, CO)
REPRe-Entry Partnership (various locations)
REPReal Estate Professional
REPRe-Entry Permit (immigration)
REPReal Estate Publisher
References in classic literature ?
But if, though unjust, I acquire the reputation of justice, a heavenly life is promised to me.
And please, as Glaucon requested of you, to exclude reputations; for unless you take away from each of them his true reputation and add on the false, we shall say that you do not praise justice, but the appearance of it; we shall think that you are only exhorting us to keep injustice dark, and that you really agree with Thrasymachus in thinking that justice is another's good and the interest of the stronger, and that injustice is a man's own profit and interest, though injurious to the weaker.
Some humorous reference to the somber reputation of the place was made and forgotten as soon as uttered, and they talked of their business affairs until it grew almost dark.
The house retains its evil reputation, but the replanted vine is as orderly and well-behaved a vegetable as a nervous person could wish to sit under of a pleasant night, when the katydids grate out their immemorial revelation and the distant whippoorwill signifies his notion of what ought to be done about it.
She cried, "She was undone, and that the reputation of her house, which was never blown upon before, was utterly destroyed.
When the men were all departed, Mrs Waters, recovering from her fear, recovered likewise from her anger, and spoke in much gentler accents to the landlady, who did not so readily quit her concern for the reputation of the house, in favour of which she began again to number the many great persons who had slept under her roof; but the lady stopt her short, and having absolutely acquitted her of having had any share in the past disturbance, begged to be left to her repose, which, she said, she hoped to enjoy unmolested during the remainder of the night.
A principality is created either by the people or by the nobles, accordingly as one or other of them has the opportunity; for the nobles, seeing they cannot withstand the people, begin to cry up the reputation of one of themselves, and they make him a prince, so that under his shadow they can give vent to their ambitions.
For the fact that it was this said thirty-first cousin, Mr d'Urberville, who had fallen in love with her, a gentleman not altogether local, whose reputation as a reckless gallant and heartbreaker was beginning to spread beyond the immediate boundaries of Trantridge, lent Tess's supposed position, by its fearsomeness, a far higher fascination that it would have exercised if unhazardous.
The emperor was anxious to see that famous temple of the Rotunda, called in ancient times the temple 'of all the gods,' but now-a-days, by a better nomenclature, 'of all the saints,' which is the best preserved building of all those of pagan construction in Rome, and the one which best sustains the reputation of mighty works and magnificence of its founders.
Then this fame, these favours, these privileges, or whatever you call it," said Sancho, "belong to the bodies and relics of the saints who, with the approbation and permission of our holy mother Church, have lamps, tapers, winding-sheets, crutches, pictures, eyes and legs, by means of which they increase devotion and add to their own Christian reputation.
Many are the evidences that Shakespeare's reputation had from time to time a struggle to maintain itself.
So exalted was his reputation 'that,' says Downes, 'it has since been disputable among the judicious, whether any woman that succeeded him so sensibly touched the audience as he.