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  • 121SEAlink — is a file transfer protocol that is backward compatible with XMODEM but features a sliding window system for improved throughput. SEAlink was written in 1986 as a part of the SEAdog FidoNet mailer written by System Enhancement Associates,… …

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  • 122return — re·turn 1 vt 1 a: to give (an official account or report) to a superior (as by a list or statement) return the names of all residents in the ward return a list of jurors b: to bring back (as a writ, verdict, or indictment) to an office or… …

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  • 123Refusal — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Refusal >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 refusal refusal rejection Sgm: N 1 noncompliance noncompliance incompliance Sgm: N 1 denial denial Sgm: N 1 declining declining &c. >V. Sgm: N 1 declens …

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  • 124remit — [ri mit′; ] for n., chiefly Brit [ rē′mit] vt. remitted, remitting [ME remytten < L remittere (pp. remissus), to send back, in LL(Ec), to forgive sin < re , back + mittere, to send: see MISSION] 1. to forgive or pardon (sins, offenses,… …

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  • 125DEVS — abbreviating Discrete Event System Specification is a modular and hierarchical formalism for modeling and analyzing general systems that can be discrete event systems which might be described by state transition tables, and continuous state… …

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  • 126returned — adj. given back, sent back re·turn || rɪ tÉœrn / tɜːn n. act of going or coming back; act of giving back; reply, answer; profit, yield; repayment; return key, alternate name for the Enter key (Computers); ball that is hit or run back (Sports) …

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  • 127Renvoi — In Conflict of Laws, renvoi (from the French, meaning send back or to return unopened ) is a subset of the choice of law rules and it is potentially to be applied whenever a forum court is directed to consider the law of another state.The… …

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  • 128Illegal immigration to the United States — refers to the act of foreign nationals voluntarily resettling in the United States in violation of U.S. immigration and nationality law. Residing in the United States in violation of immigration law is not a crime but a civil infraction. [ Being… …

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  • 129Criticism of Ultima Online — In an infamous incident during the Beta, Lord British was assassinated Ultima Online has seen many major revisions throughout its history. This includes game play revisions, staff changes, technical revamps, and even fundamental design changes.… …

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  • 130return — re·turn || rɪ tÉœrn / tɜːn n. act of going or coming back; act of giving back; reply, answer; profit, yield; repayment; return key, alternate name for the Enter key (Computers); ball that is hit or run back (Sports) v. go or come back; give… …

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  • 131returns — n. goods that are returned by a consumer to a store or merchandise returned by a retailer to a wholesaler; results from an election re·turn || rɪ tÉœrn / tɜːn n. act of going or coming back; act of giving back; reply, answer; profit, yield;… …

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  • 132re|mand — «rih MAND, MAHND», verb, noun. –v.t. 1. to send back. 2. a) to send back (a prisoner or an accused person) into custody: »He is charged with treason and remanded for interrogation (Time). b) to send (a case) back to the court it came from for… …

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  • 133Remit — Re*mit (r? m?t ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Remitted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Remitting}.] [L. remittere, remissum, to send back, to slacken, relax; pref. re re + mittere to send. See {Mission}, and cf. {Remise}, {Remiss}.] 1. To send back; to give up; to… …

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  • 134Remitted — Remit Re*mit (r? m?t ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Remitted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Remitting}.] [L. remittere, remissum, to send back, to slacken, relax; pref. re re + mittere to send. See {Mission}, and cf. {Remise}, {Remiss}.] 1. To send back; to give… …

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  • 135Remitting — Remit Re*mit (r? m?t ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Remitted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Remitting}.] [L. remittere, remissum, to send back, to slacken, relax; pref. re re + mittere to send. See {Mission}, and cf. {Remise}, {Remiss}.] 1. To send back; to give… …

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  • 136Orkut — For the name, see Orkut (given name). orkut orkut homepage as of April 2011 UR …

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  • 137return — /ri terrn /, v.i. 1. to go or come back, as to a former place, position, or state: to return from abroad; to return to public office; to return to work. 2. to revert to a former owner: The money I gave him returns to me in the event of his death …

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  • 138orkut — For the name, see Orkut (given name). orkut orkut homepage as of April 2011 UR …

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  • 139reflect — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. throw back, cast back, mirror, imitate, reproduce, echo; meditate, ponder, muse, ruminate. See thought, light, disapprobation, copy. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To contemplate] Syn. speculate, muse, ponder …

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  • 140return — verb 1》 come or go back to a place.     ↘(return to) go back to (a state or situation).     ↘(especially of a feeling) come back after a period of absence.     ↘Golf play the last nine holes in a round of eighteen holes. 2》 give or send back or… …

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