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Redu is a village in the municipality of Libin, in Luxembourg province, Belgium. The village is twinned with Hay-on-Wye in the United Kingdom and it is one of the very first book towns.
- part of Belgium
Redu a.k.a. SCO5883 is a gene.
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A Complete and Universal English Dictionary on a New Plan: including not only ... a full explanation of difficult words and technical terms in all faculties and professions ... but ... a pronouncing dictionary ... To which are prefixed, A Free Enquiry into the Origin and Antiquity of Letters (by the Abbot Anselm) ... By ... James Barclay ... and others (1774)
by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.)
* To REDU'CE, V. A. [La','] to bring to its former state. To reform any disordcr. To break into small pieces. Tn degrade. To bringinto a state of want or misery. To fubdue. RISDU'CEMENT, 5. the act ofbriuging ...
In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, Explained in Their Different Meanings and Authorized by the Names of the Writers in Whose Works They are Found : in Two Volumes ; to which is Prefixed Johnson's Grammar of the English Language and Annexed a Glossary of Scottish Words and Phrases, which Occur in the Romances and Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott by Samuel Johnson
To REDU'CE. v. a. [reduce, Lat.] 1. To bring back. Shakspeare. *a. To bring to the former state. Milton. 3. To reform from any disorder. Clarend. 4. To bring into any state of diminution. Boyle.
The Royal English Dictionary ... The Fourth Edition Improved; to which are Added, the Lives of Several Eminent Modern Writers (1771)
by Daniel Fenning
” - To REDU' CE ...
Johnson's dictionary of the English language, in miniature. Johnson's English dictionary in miniature; with the addition of several thousand words, and the pronunciation, on the basis of Walker. To which is subjoined, a concise heathen mythology, and numerous other useful tables ... Adapted for the use of schools. Eighth edition. Adapted by the Rev. Joseph Hamilton (1848)
amendment; relief; remedy Redu'ce, v.a. to make less, degrade; subdue Redu'cement, s. a subduing ; a diminishing Redu'cible, ...
by Daniel Fenning
To REDU'CE, V. A. [redun, Lat.] to bring it to its former (late. To reform any state of disorder To break into small pieces. To degrade. To bring into a state of want or misery. To sntdue. REDU'CEMENT, S. the Mt of bringing back, subduine, ...
Dictionarium Britannicum: Or a More Compleat Universal Etymological English Dictionary Than Any Extant ... (1730)
by Nathaniel Bailey
Redu'cieleness, Capableness of being reduced. REpu'cino Scale, a Mathematical Instrument, to reduce a Map or Draught. |RÉduct [in Carpentry] a Quirk or little Place taken out of a larger, to make it more uniform and regular ; also for fome ...
Barclay's Universal English Dictionary, etc. (The Improved London Edition of Barclay's Dictionary, superbly embellished.) With maps (1835)
by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.), Thomas Noble, William SHORTON
To REDU'CE, v. a. [reduco, Lat.] to bring to its former state. To reform any disorder . To break into small pieces. To degrade. To bring into a state of want or misery. To subdue. REDU'CEMENT, s. the act of bringing back, subduing, reforming, ...
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