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  • 81 Regular — Re|gu|lar, der; s, e <lateinisch> (Mitglied eines katholischen Ordens) …

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  • 82 regulär — re|gu|lär <lateinisch> (der Regel gemäß, vorschriftsmäßig, üblich); reguläre Truppen (gemäß dem Wehrgesetz eines Staates aufgestellte Truppen) …

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  • 83 regular —   Ma amau, pa a mau, kūmau, kaukahi …

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  • 84 regular — gobernar; mandar …

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  • 85 regular — a adj. régulier, ière; ponctuelle; assidue; uniforme. « Adonc Abèl vos a balhat la totalitat de son bèn. La donacion es regulara. » R. Lafont. voir assidù, regulier …

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  • 86 regular —  Genuine; real …

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  • 87 regular — Conforming to an established rule, principle, or custom. Myers v Rasback (NY) 4 How Pr 83, 85. Consistent. Following a fixed procedure or schedule. Acting or happening at uniform intervals. Guillara v Liquor Control Com. 121 Conn 441, 185 A 398,… …

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  • 88 Regular Baptist — Regular Baptists are a diverse group of Baptists in the United States and Canada. The presence of the modifier Regular in their names attests to the strong influence of the early Regular Baptists on the growth of Baptists in North America. Two… …

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  • 89 Regular polygon — Regular Reg u*lar ( l?r), a. [L. regularis, fr. regula a rule, fr. regere to guide, to rule: cf. F. r[ e]gulier. See {Rule}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Conformed to a rule; agreeable to an established rule, law, principle, or type, or to established… …

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  • 90 Regular polyhedron — Regular Reg u*lar ( l?r), a. [L. regularis, fr. regula a rule, fr. regere to guide, to rule: cf. F. r[ e]gulier. See {Rule}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Conformed to a rule; agreeable to an established rule, law, principle, or type, or to established… …

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  • 91 Regular sales — Regular Reg u*lar ( l?r), a. [L. regularis, fr. regula a rule, fr. regere to guide, to rule: cf. F. r[ e]gulier. See {Rule}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Conformed to a rule; agreeable to an established rule, law, principle, or type, or to established… …

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  • 92 Regular troops — Regular Reg u*lar ( l?r), a. [L. regularis, fr. regula a rule, fr. regere to guide, to rule: cf. F. r[ e]gulier. See {Rule}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Conformed to a rule; agreeable to an established rule, law, principle, or type, or to established… …

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  • 93 Regular Polytopes (book) — Regular Polytopes is a mathematical geometry book written by Canadian mathematician H.S.M. Coxeter. Originally written in 1947, the book was updated and republished in 1963 and 1973.The book is a comprehensive survey of the geometry of regular… …

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  • 94 Regular conditional probability — is a concept that has developed to overcome certain difficulties in formally defining conditional probabilities for continuous probability distributions. It is defined as an alternative probability measure conditioned on a particular value of a… …

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  • 95 Regular temperament — is any tempered system of musical tuning such that each frequency ratio is obtainable as a product of powers of a finite number of generators, or generating frequency ratios. The classic example of a regular temperament is meantone temperament,… …

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  • 96 Regular Show — Genre Animation Comédie Fantastique Créateur(s) J. G. Quintel Production Cartoon Network Studios Quintel Creations Warner Bros. Television Musique Mark Mothersbaugh Pays d’origine …

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  • 97 Regular Joe — Studio album by Joe Diffie Released January 14, 1992 Genre …

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  • 98 Regular clergy — Regular clergy, or just regulars, is applied in the Roman Catholic Church to clerics who follow a rule (Latin regula ) in their life. Strictly, it means those members of religious orders who have made solemn profession. It contrasts with secular… …

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  • 99 Regular issue coinage — is a term that distinguishes coins created for commerce from commemorative coins. Regular issue coins are normally produced in relatively large numbers, and are primarily meant to be used as pocket change, not collected. Business Strike is the… …

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  • 100 Regular semantics — is a term which describes the guarantees provided by a data register shared by several processors in a parallel machine or in a network of computers working together. Overview Definition Regular semantics are defined formally in Lamport s On… …

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