Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun A thing; the particular thing; a matter; a point.
  • noun (Law) the facts which form the environment of a litigated issue.
  • noun [L.], (Law) a thing adjudicated; a matter no longer open to controversy.

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Examples

  • 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.

    Planet go-oo

  • 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.

    Planet go-oo

  • Br Med J (Clin Res Ed) 1985 Oct 26; 291 (6503): 1197.

    Carbon Monoxide

  • 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.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » More on the Republic vs. Democracy Debate

  • 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.

    Honestly, This Place Really Exists ...

  • 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.

    Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat

  • Buckhunter, I live in Northern Utah and don't go South much, but Kolob Res. is terrific.

    Southern Utah Fishing

  • Buckhunter, I live in Northern Utah and don't go South much, but Kolob Res. is terrific.

    Southern Utah Fishing

  • 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."

    Russ Belville: Notre Dame's Inconsistent Drug Policy

  • 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.”

    Robin George Collingwood

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