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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
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As nobody ever saw him give anything to anybody, he had the reputation of being mean; he died with it, too, and everybody said it was a good riddance; but the minute he landed here, they made him a baronet, and the very first words Dick the sausage-maker of Hoboken heard when he stepped upon the heavenly shore were, 'Welcome, Sir Richard Duffer
In fact, he had found that his fads added to his reputation as a pudd'nhead; there, he was growing chary of being too communicative about them.
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.
The danger to his own reputation, and, in the case of an elective magistrate, to his political existence, from betraying a spirit of favoritism, or an unbecoming pursuit of popularity, to the observation of a body whose opinion would have great weight in forming that of the public, could not fail to operate as a barrier to the one and to the other.
Every consideration that can influence the human mind, such as honor, oaths, reputations, conscience, the love of country, and family affections and attachments, afford security for their fidelity.
My article was warmly discussed, which procured it a high reputation.
Ships have no ears, I repeat, though, indeed, I think I have known ships who really seemed to have had eyes, or else I cannot understand on what ground a certain 1,000-ton barque of my acquaintance on one particular occasion refused to answer her helm, thereby saving a frightful smash to two ships and to a very good man's reputation.
But I cannot forget the length of her visit to the Mainwarings, and when I reflect on the different mode of life which she led with them from that to which she must now submit, I can only suppose that the wish of establishing her reputation by following though late the path of propriety, occasioned her removal from a family where she must in reality have been particularly happy.
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.
For a long time no critic has enjoyed in France a more incontestable authority, and it was impossible not to be impressed by the claims he made; they seemed extravagant; but later judgments have confirmed his estimate, and the reputation of Charles Strickland is now firmly established on the lines which he laid down.
From the cloister, his reputation as a learned man had passed to the people, among whom it had changed a little, a frequent occurrence at that time, into reputation as a sorcerer.
The reforming party cordially welcomed and courted him, the first place because he was reputed to be clever and very well read, and secondly because by liberating his serfs he had obtained the reputation of being a liberal.