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Ratbert is a regular character from the Dilbert comic strip. He was not originally intended to be a regular, instead being part of a series of strips featuring a lab scientist's cruel experiments. Ratbert soon realized that he was the subject of a hideous macaroni and cheese experiment and escaped, eventually finding a refuge in Dilbert's house. He was not initially accepted by the residents, especially Dilbert, who was highly prejudiced against rats. However, he finally allowed Ratbert to become a permanent member of the household.
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by Joshua William Brooks
Paschasius, Ratbert, (ob. 865.) Quarks, John. Burton, Dr. Carpsovius. Clarke, and Pyle, Thos. Crellius, John. (Socinian.) Dionysius. (Carthusian.) Doddridge, Phil. D.D. Diss. Min. Drusius, John. Erasmus Desiderius. Fosbrooke, T. Dudley.
by New and general biographical dictionary
PASCHASIUS RATBERT ...
by Alexander Chalmers
of the Royal Society, &c, PASCHASIUS RATBERT, a celebrated Benedictine of the ninth century, was PASCAL. 171.
Catholic Encyclopedia (1912)
Archbishop Ratbert ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1970)
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Scrabble value of R1A1T1B3E1R1T1
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