REPR


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REPRRepresentation
REPRReprint
REPRReal Estate Planning Report
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The same environment that gave rise to specialized rifleman within military units inspired the concept of the Compact Semi-Automatic Sniper System and the 7.62 REPR. He was willing and eager to examine the MKII at his long-range facility.
The REPR's nonreciprocating charging handle is mounted on the left side of the upper receiver and has an integrated forward assist.
(13.) King, "al-Khalili's Qibla Table" in Journal of Near Eastern Studies 34 (1975): 81-122, repr. in idem, Islamic Mathematical Astronomy, XIII.
A chapter in the history of the Portuguese in Japan', TPJSL, 26 (1929), 3-90 (repr. London: Kegan Paul, 1929)
As the Bergen County Record reported after New Jersey passed one such law, the change "is meant to help people assaulted as young children, but who repr ess the memory until they are adults."
[1] Thomas Pynchon, V.(1963; repr. New York: Bantam, 1973).
12(1 (1922 for 1917; repr. 1974) but compared it now with Stephen Spector (ed.), The N-Town Play Cotton MS Vespasian D.8.
His wife, Josephine Huneker, collected his Letters (1922) and his Intimate Letters (1924, repr. 1936).
The book was translated into English in 1953 (repr 1966) by H.