rex

A Roman term for King

REX

Relocatable Executable

Rex

[generator rex] ==Summary== ==Licensing== ...
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Rex

Rex is a cultivated variety of potato.
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[Live at the Fillmore] Rex (Live at the Fillmore) is the thirteenth album by Keller Williams, recorded live on February 8, 2006 at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, Colorado. The collaborative show features Williams, Keith Moseley (of The String Cheese Incident) and Jeff Austin (of Yonder Mountain String Band) performing bluegrass versions...
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[musical] Rex is a musical with music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick and libretto by Sherman Yellen, based on the life of King Henry VIII.The original production starred Nicol Williamson . ==Production history== Following tryout engagements in Delaware, Washington and Boston, it opened on Broadway at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre...
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[horse] Rex, also known as Rex the Wonder Horse and King of the Wild Horses, was a 16 hands (64 in; 1.63 m) Morgan stallion who starred in films and film serials in the 1920s and 30s. His trainer was Jack `Swede` Lindell, who found him in a boys` school in Golden, Colorado. He found that Rex had the unusual behaviour of trying to bite a whi...
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[video game] Rex is a shoot `em up video game published by Martech in 1988 for the ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC. ==Gameplay== The player controls Rex, a `rino-sapien` mercenary, hired to eliminate the humans that have built a Great Tower in a place called Zenith. Action takes place in a flip-screen platformed cavern complex — Rex can jump,...
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Rex is Latin for `king`, see Rex (king). Specifically, it was the title of the kings of ancient Rome. The term may also refer to: == People == == Places == == Literature and performing arts == == Fictional characters == === Film === === Animated television series === === Live-action television series === === Other fiction === == Biology == ===An.....
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Rex

(Latin) king; the term rex is tied to the Latin verb rego, to rule.
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Rex noun ; plural Reges . [ Latin ] A king. To play rex , to play the king; to domineer. [ Obsolete]
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Rex

• (n.) A king.
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Rex is a Lat In boy name. The meaning of the name is `King` Where is it used? The name Rex is mainly used In English.For the opposite sex use: In English: Rexanne (F) See also In English: Rexana Rex appears In 2007`s top-1000 name list at rank 870.. 1950 was a `top year` for the name Rex. (Based on 128 years of name history) In that year it ran...
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REX

Rear Exchanger
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(Radiation Experiment) United States Air Force satellites designed to study scintillation effects of Earth`s atmosphere on radio transmissions. REX 2 was also the first spacecraft to successfully employ GPS (Global Positioning System) navigation for full closed-loop attitude con...
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[chair] The `REX` Chair is a Scandinavian design-inspired wooden chair design that is included in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art MOMA in New York and was designed by Slovene architect and designer Niko Kralj (1920-2013) in 1952. In 2012, it was given a permanent place in Designmuseum, Denmark, the largest museum of design in Sca...
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[dog] Rex (December 16, 1984 – August 31, 1998) was a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel owned by Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy during his term as President of the United States. ==Early life== Rex was bred by dog breeder Irene Murphy of Greenwich, Connecticut. His registered name was Martlet-Or Worcester. Conservative commentator William F...
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[programming language] rex is a functional programming language developed by Robert M. Keller for use in teaching functional programming to Harvey Mudd College students. The rex interpreter is written in Prolog. The name `rex` derives from `rewriting expressions`, which is the basic principle underlying the implementation: replace an instan...
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Cats that have varying genetic mutations that effects their coats, which turn a cats normally straight coat into curls, waves or ripples eg: Devon Rex, Cornish Rex, German Rex, Selkirk Rex, LaPerm, etc. This gene is also found in other species of animal.
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Type of coat with no guard hairs but a soft and curly undercoat. .
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Rats with curly or wavy fur and whiskers.
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[Police dog] Rex was stolen by criminals as a pup, but managed to escape and befriend a boy, where he helped to solve his first case with the boy. Initially, Rex and Moser share an apartment at Marrokanergasse 18, Wien-Landstraße, however the pair go house-hunting quite early in the series. The house they eventually find is owned by a man ...
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[search and rescue dog] Rex was a dog who received the Dickin Medal in April, 1945 from the People`s Dispensary for Sick Animals for bravery in service during the Second World War. This MAP Civil Defence Rescue Dog performed “outstanding good work` finding casualties `in burning buildings.` Rex intrepidly worked in a harsh environment of ...
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[automobile] The Rex car was manufactured by the Rex Motor Co in Detroit, Michigan in 1914. It produced two-seater cyclecar. It was powered by a 4-cylinder water-cooled engine producing 15/18 Hp. A friction transmission and shaft final drive were used. ...
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[software] Rex is an acronym for `Remote Execution`. == History == Rex originated from the need of a flexible, parallel remote execution application with software deployment and configuration management capabilities. Unsatisfied with available implementations in 2010, the author of Rex, Jan Gehring, decided to implement a Perl based tool to...
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