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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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Why, it may be asked, have all the most eminent living naturalists and geologists rejected this view of the mutability of species?
I see no reason to suppose that "the knower for different items is one and the same," and I am convinced that this proposition could not possibly be ascertained except by introspection of the sort that Dunlap rejects. The first of these points must wait until we come to the analysis of belief: the second must be considered now.
On this point, the argument against introspection must be rejected.
Modern history has rejected the beliefs of the ancients without replacing them by a new conception, and the logic of the situation has obliged the historians, after they had apparently rejected the divine authority of the kings and the "fate" of the ancients, to reach the same conclusion by another road, that is, to recognize (1) nations guided by individual men, and (2) the existence of a known aim to which these nations and humanity at large are tending.
But the tears came into his eyes to think how blindly the people rejected the means of safety that were offered them.
On the other hand, I see that Amadis of Gaul, without losing his senses and without doing anything mad, acquired as a lover as much fame as the most famous; for, according to his history, on finding himself rejected by his lady Oriana, who had ordered him not to appear in her presence until it should be her pleasure, all he did was to retire to the Pena Pobre in company with a hermit, and there he took his fill of weeping until Heaven sent him relief in the midst of his great grief and need.
Suppose, then, that the expressions defining the authority of the convention were irreconcilably at variance with each other; that a NATIONAL and ADEQUATE GOVERNMENT could not possibly, in the judgment of the convention, be affected by ALTERATIONS and PROVISIONS in the ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION; which part of the definition ought to have been embraced, and which rejected? Which was the more important, which the less important part?
But that the objectors may be disarmed of every pretext, it shall be granted for a moment that the convention were neither authorized by their commission, nor justified by circumstances in proposing a Constitution for their country: does it follow that the Constitution ought, for that reason alone, to be rejected? If, according to the noble precept, it be lawful to accept good advice even from an enemy, shall we set the ignoble example of refusing such advice even when it is offered by our friends?
"I could reject your offer based on the fact that I would not be free to write whatever I want....
Three of the four essays dealing with the Weimar period reject the theory that a "front generation" emerged from the war but do contend that the myth of a front generation was utilized by groups to gain their ends.
As stated above, the UCC allows a buyer to reject goods if the tender fails "in any respect to conform to the contract." There are a number of qualifications to this right of rejection.
"As you know, we at the Right to Reject Saviors Committee deny the need for a savior anyway.