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abbreviation: regulation, also, regular
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Register
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Regular gasoline. Usually contains lead. (Abbreviation).
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Regulars (Army)
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radio frequency environment generator
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radar environment generator
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(from the article `desert`) The peculiar climatic environment of deserts has favoured the development of certain characteristic landforms. Stony plains called regs or gibber ... ...as a result of the arid phases it underwent during the Quaternary period (i.e., within the past 1.6 million years), presents three different ... ...with a...
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A rocky desert landscape. See desert pavement.
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Regular gasoline. Usually contains lead.
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Random event generator. A target selection machine that operates in a way that should be impossible to predict creating random events or random numbers. (same as Random Number Generator
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