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  • 181 Regular Democratic Organization — The Regular Democratic Organization (RDO), or Old Regulars, or the New Orleans Ring, is a conservative political organization based in New Orleans. It has existed for 130 years and as of 2006 is still active. [cite web|title=Regular Democrats… …

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  • 182 Regular-Way Trade - RW — A type of trade that is settled through the regular settlement cycle required for the particular investment being traded. The settlement cycle is the time that the regulations of the securities market allows for the buyer to complete payment and… …

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  • 183 regular election — For most, although not all, purposes the same as a general election. The expression does not necessarily mean general election, or township election, or any state, county, city, or district election. It simply means the regular election… …

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  • 184 regular hexahedron — noun a hexahedron with six equal squares as faces • Syn: ↑cube • Derivationally related forms: ↑cuboidal (for: ↑cube), ↑cubical (for: ↑cube), ↑ …

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  • 185 regular icosahedron — noun an icosahedron with twenty equilateral triangles as faces • Hypernyms: ↑regular polyhedron, ↑regular convex solid, ↑regular convex polyhedron, ↑Platonic body, ↑Platonic solid, ↑ideal solid …

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  • 186 regular octahedron — noun an octahedron with eight equilateral triangles as faces • Hypernyms: ↑regular polyhedron, ↑regular convex solid, ↑regular convex polyhedron, ↑Platonic body, ↑Platonic solid, ↑ideal solid …

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  • 187 regular tetrahedron — noun a tetrahedron with four equilateral triangular faces • Hypernyms: ↑regular polyhedron, ↑regular convex solid, ↑regular convex polyhedron, ↑Platonic body, ↑Platonic solid, ↑ideal solid …

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  • 188 Regular canon — canon can on (k[a^]n [u^]n), n. [OE. canon, canoun, AS. canon rule (cf. F. canon, LL. canon, and, for sense 7, F. chanoine, LL. canonicus), fr. L. canon a measuring line, rule, model, fr. Gr. kanw n rule, rod, fr. ka nh, ka nnh, reed. See {Cane} …

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  • 189 Regular clergy — Clergy Cler gy, n. [OE. clergie, clergi, clerge, OF. clergie, F. clergie (fr. clerc clerc, fr. L. clericus priest) confused with OF. clergi[ e], F. clerg[ e], fr. LL. clericatus office of priest, monastic life, fr. L. clericus priest, LL. scholar …

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  • 190 Regular icosahedron — Icosahedron I co*sa*he dron, n. [Gr. ?; ? twenty + ? seat, base, fr. ? to sit.] (Geom.) A solid bounded by twenty sides or faces. [1913 Webster] {Regular icosahedron}, one of the five regular polyhedrons, bounded by twenty equilateral triangules …

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  • 191 regular solid — noun Date: 1785 any of the five possible regular polyhedrons that include the regular forms of the tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron …

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  • 192 Regular economy — A regular economy is an economy characterized by an excess demand function which has the property that its slope at any equilibrium price vector is non zero. In other words, if we graph the excess demand function against prices, then the excess… …

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  • 193 Regular tree grammar — In Computer Science, a regular tree grammar is a formal grammar that allows to generate trees.DefinitionA regular tree grammar G is defined by the tuple:G = (N, Sigma, Z, P), where * N is a set of non terminals, * Sigma is a ranked alphabet (i.e …

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  • 194 Regular part — In mathematics, the regular part of a Laurent series consists of the series of terms with positive powers. That is, if:f(z) = sum {n= infty}^{infty} a n (z c)^n,then the regular part of this Laurent series is:sum {n=0}^{infty} a n (z c)^n.In… …

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  • 195 regular expression — noun a) A concise description of a regular formal language with notations for concatenation, alternation, and iteration (repetition) of subexpressions. b) Any pattern for text …

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  • 196 regular use of automobile — The use of an automobile which is not casual or incidental, but consistent. Allowing for variation in time, place, and purpose on the particular occasions upon which the car was driven. Pacific Auto. Ins. Co. v Lewis, 56 Cal App 2d 597, 132 P2d… …

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  • 197 regular solid — noun : any of five regular polyhedrons : a regular tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron, or icosahedron …

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  • 198 Regular canoness — Canoness Can on*ess, n. [Cf. LL. canonissa.] A woman who holds a canonry in a conventual chapter. [1913 Webster] {Regular canoness}, one bound by the vow of poverty, and observing a strict rule of life. {Secular canoness}, one allowed to hold… …

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  • 199 regular canons of St Austin — Augustinian Au gus*tin i*an, a. Of or pertaining to St. Augustine, bishop of Hippo in Northern Africa (b. 354 d. 430), or to his doctrines. [1913 Webster] {Augustinian canons}, an order of monks once popular in England and Ireland; called also… …

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  • 200 regular conjugation — Weak Weak (w[=e]k), a. [Compar. {Weaker} (w[=e]k [ e]r); superl. {Weakest}.] [OE. weik, Icel. veikr; akin to Sw. vek, Dan. veg soft, flexible, pliant, AS. w[=a]c weak, soft, pliant, D. week, G. weich, OHG. weih; all from the verb seen in Icel. v[ …

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