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RRight
RRiver
RReverse (automatic transmissions)
RRepublican
RRegistered Trademark (usually written ®)
RRestricted Audiences - under 17 years of age not permitted without parent/guardian (movie rating)
RAre
RReal (Brazilian currency)
RRed
RRate
RRequired
RRun (baseball/softball)
RRequest
RReceive
RRadio
RRange
RRing
RRare
RReceived (logging abbreviation)
RRacing (car version)
RRisk Assessment
RRadio Operator
RThursday (using one letter for each day of week)
RRussian (rabbit breed)
RRural
RRelevant (polygraphy)
RRear
RResistance
RRouter
RSet of Real Numbers (math)
RRomeo (aviation letter code)
RRestricted
RRadical (chemistry)
RRunner (Mic-O-Say, Heart of America Council, Boy Scouts of America)
RRoutine
RReliability
RRex (Latin: King)
RRegina (Latin: Queen)
RRain (weather reports)
RReset
RReject
RSouth African Rand (national currency)
RRoutine (logging abbreviation)
RRabbi
RRadius
RReuters
RRookie (sports)
RReprint
RManitoba (postal code designation, Canada)
RRespectfully (closing salutation)
RRua (Portuguese: street; postal usage)
RReinforcing
RRadial (ply tire)
RReferee
RResistor
RRebound (basketball)
RRook (Chess)
RSearch Radius (US DoD)
RArginine (amino acid)
RRoughness
RRecibo (Portugese)
RRadar Contact (aviation)
RGas Constant (physical constant)
RHydrocarbon (functional group)
RRimmed
RReception Year (UK schools)
RRupees
RRepeatability
RRhizopus (fungi)
RReflectance
RRoentgen (unit of radiation exposure)
RAeronca Aircraft Corporation (manufacturer's symbol; US Navy)
RRankine (Degree)
RRifampicin
RRespirations
RRehydratable (food)
RRadiancy
RResearch Octane
RRamp Time (wireless communication)
RRead/er
RBrunswick-Balke-Callender (aircraft company; manufacturer's symbol)
RResuspension Factor
RRadial Antenna
RConfidential - Restricted Data (TMINS)
RUS Revenue Stamp (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
RCorrected search radius ('R nought'; R rounded up)
RRoute Tuned NAVAID (aviation)
RRéaumier (temperature scale named after the French scientist Rene Antoine Ferchault de Reaumur)
RUS DoT tire speed rating (106 mph)
RThird Heartbeat Wave
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He begins the story "Roentgen's Photography": "So now even we have installed a roentgen photography in Belgrade.
Suspicion regarding the effect of radiation on living tissue followed quite quickly after Roentgen's discovery in 1895.
Physics had been revolutionised by Roentgen's and Laue's discoveries and then carried much further by the work of the Braggs.
It would be called an x-ray and radiograph instead of Roentgen ray and photograph.
David Roentgen, (the son of Abraham Roentgen, who founded the company in Germany in the mid-18th century,) was an enterprising salesman, who knew all about these things, and was a man who set his sights on Europe''s wealthiest collectors generally drawn from the aristocracy.
Taking into account that in the majority of cases indications for performance of roentgen contrast method of investigation included not only presence of diagnosed acute iliofemoral thrombus but also clinical signs of thromboemboli of the pulmonary artery branches and in 26 (44.8%) cases these patients were performed APG.
Roentgen discovered X-rays by accident while experimenting with vacuum tubes and they quickly became one of doctors' most valuable tools.
Roentgen was to what the Consistency, Accuracy, Responsibility and Excellence lence in Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy bill is.
These rays pass through flesh, but are blocked by Roentgen's bones, shadowing them on the glowing screen.
Starting with the discoveries of X rays by Wilhelm Roentgen and of radium by Marie Curie, this book traces the path that led to the detonation of an atomic bomb over Hiroshima, on August 6, 1945.
MIAMI BEACH -- Magnetic resonance imaging visualizes uterine fibroids in enough detail that a potentially ineffective uterine fibroid embolization can be avoided in up to 20% of patients referred for the procedure, according to a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Roentgen Ray Society.
Parker said at the annual meeting of the American Roentgen Ray Society.