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The Rega is a river in north-western Poland, flowing into the Baltic Sea. It is the country's 24th longest river, with a total length of 168 km and a catchment area of 2,725 km².
rega is a musical group.
- albums: "Million", "Rondorina", "Solt&Plum", "Lyrics"
- official website: rega.jp
Rega: is a private, non-profit air rescue service that provides emergency medical assistance in Switzerland and Liechtenstein. REGA was established on 27 April 1952 by Dr Rudolf Bucher, who believed the Swiss rescue organization needed a specialized air sub-section. REGA mainly assists with mountain rescues, though it will also operate in other terrains when needed, most notably during life-threatening emergencies. REGA also provides a repatriation and medical advice service for members who experience a medical emergency while abroad and local treatment is not available.
- also known as İsviçre Hava Kurtarma Servisi
Rega is a fictional character from the 2005 film The Lost City.
- Rega a.k.a. Lega-Mwenga Language is an human language.
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- Rega a.k.a. Lega-Shabunda Language is an human language.
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Forensic Scientist (2009)
Careers Solving Crimes and Scientific Mysteries by Judith Williams
Rega is an expert on muscles, bones, and ...
Evolution, Cell Biology, and the Development of Multicellularity by Richard H. Kessin
RegA is an unusual phosphodiesterase (PDE) and affects the activity of cAMP-dependent protein kinase (PKA) The regA gene product is a type IV cAMP phosphodiesterase with no ability to hydrolyze cGMP (Shaulsky et al., 1998; ...
by Jonathan Valvano
RegA means perform an 8-bit memory write placing the value from Register A into memory location $3800. After the write, there are also two copies of the data: the original data still in Register A ...
by Ryutaro Utsumi
capsulatus RegA is a protein (184 amino acid residues, 20.4 kDa) containing conserved residues that are typically found in two-component response regulators including a phosphate accepting aspartate and an "acid pocket" containing two ...
Barclay's English Dictionary. With which is incorporated a complete modern gazetteer, a beautiful atlas of maps and also a pronouncing dictionary (1822)
by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.), William SHORTON
REGA'LE, s. [regale, Lat.] the prerogative of a king. An entertainment given to ambassadors. To REGA'LE, v. a. [régalery Fr.] to feast; to give an entertainment; to refresh; to gratify. 'RE'GALEMENT, s. [régalement, Fr.] refreshment; entertainment.
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
REGA'LE, s. [regale, Lat.] the prerogative of a king. An entertainment given to ambassadors. To REGA'LE, v. a. [régaler, Fr.] to feast; to give an entertainment; to refresh; to gratify. _RE'GALEMENT, s. [r€galement, Fr.] refreshment; entertalnment ...
Compiled with the Greatest Care from the Best Authors and Dictionaries Now Extant. By a Society of Gentlemen
To REGA LE, v. a. (Fr.) To refresh, to entertain, to gratify. REGATLEMENT, J. (Fr.) Refreshment, entertainment.
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