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regimen-noun
governmental rule or control; the systematic procedure of a natural phenomenon or process; a regulated system, as of diet, therapy, or exercise, intended to promote health or achieve another beneficial effect; a course of intense physical training

racism-noun
the belief that race accounts for differences in human character or ability and that a particular race is superior to others; discrimination or prejudice based on race
racist-adjective-&-noun

rabbi-noun;-plural-rabbis
a person trained in Jewish law, ritual, and tradition and ordained for leadership of a Jewish congregation, especially one serving as chief religious official of a synagogue (a building or place of meeting for worship and religious instruction in the Jewish faith); a scholar qualified to interpret Jewish law

reticuloendothelial-noun
of, relating to, or being the widely diffused bodily system constituting all phagocytic cells except certain white blood cells

ration-noun
a fixed portion, especially an amount of food allotted to persons in military service or to civilians in times of scarcity; rations; food issued or available to members of a group
ration, rationed, rationing, rations-transitive verbs

resorb, resorbed, resorbing, resorbs-verbs
transitive use-to absorb again; to dissolve and assimilate (bone tissue, for example)
intransitive use-to undergo resorption (the act or process of resorbing)

ratify, ratified, ratifying, ratifies-transitive verbs
to approve and give formal sanction to; confirm; approve
ratifier-noun

realize, realized, realizing, realizes-verbs
transitive use-to comprehend completely or correctly; to make real; fulfill (he finally realized his lifelong ambition to learn how to play the violin); to make realistic; to obtain or achieve, as gain or profit (she realized a substantial return on the investment); to bring in (a sum) as profit by sale. intransitive use-to exchange holdings or goods for money
realizable-adjective
realizer-noun

retrieve,-retrieved, retrieving, retrieves-verbs
transitive use-to get back; regain; to rescue or save; to bring back again; revive or restore; remedy; recover; to find and carry back; fetch
intransitive use-to find and bring back game (a dog trained to retrieve) retrieve-noun
the act of retrieving; retrieval

reputed-adjective
generally supposed to be such; supposed
reputedly-adverb
repute, reputed, reputing, reputes-transitive verbs
to ascribe a particular fact or characteristic to; to consider; suppose
repute-noun
reputation; a good reputation

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