GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A thing; the particular thing; a matter; a point.
“I wonder if we can do away with all this Res, Sv and Svx cruft and just have a std:: map with languages, even if we have to fill them from Res* for now.”
“Republic, however, comes from the Latin Res Publicae — public thing — and was used to distinguish the Roman Republic from the prior government, which was a monarchy.”
“Br Med J (Clin Res Ed) 1985 Oct 26; 291 (6503): 1197.”
“It's located on the west side of Green Mountain Res and their adjoining liquor store has been a boon to all thirsty campers, hunters and fishermen of all stripes.”
“I liked LA HAINE a great deal and think that the forthcoming use of Hi-Res is going to free many kids to do films as well as change the whole way movies are recorded and projected.”
“Buckhunter, I live in Northern Utah and don't go South much, but Kolob Res. is terrific.”
“Recently deposed Irish head football coach Charlie Weis actually went a few steps further, calling Res Life "the biggest problem on campus relative to the football program.”
“As Collingwood puts it, the so-called Res Gestae “are not the actions, in the widest sense of that word, which are done by animals of the species called human; they are actions in another sense of the same word, equally familiar but narrower, actions done by reasonable agents in pursuit of ends determined by their reason.””
“John Fusco's script, inspired by the real, bloody clashes between pro-government Indians and the radical traditionalist American Indian Movement, sends a hotshot young FBI agent from Washington, Raymond Levoi (Val Kilmer), to investigate the murder of an Oglala Sioux at the Bear Creek "Res" in the Badlands of South Dakota.”
“Check this article for details on wMenu 0.2, but basically the major improvement here is that you can add as many wallpapers as you want in the "Res" folder.”
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