repr


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repr.

1. represented.
2. representing.
3. reprint.
4. reprinted.
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Former Bayan Muna Partylist Repr. Joel Virador (PHOTO COURTESY OF JOANNA PAULA VIRADOR / FACEBOOK / MANILA BULLETIN)
The original REPR had two gas port options: low for suppressor use and open for normal use.
There are four basic models of the REPR series: the Standard Model, available in either of two barrel lengths--an SBR (Short Barrel Rifle) with a 12.7-inch barrel that requires NFA registration and a 16.1-inch barrel; the Designated Marksman Rifle (DMR) with an 18- inch medium contour barrel and the Sniper Model with a 20-inch heavy contour configuration barrel.
The new REPR series 7.621.308 rifles share all these basic LWRCI innovations in a slightly larger platform.
edn., Aldershot: Variorum, 1993); Islamic Astronomical Instruments (London: Variorum, 1987, repr. Aldershot: Variorum, 1995); and Astronomy in the Service of Islam (Aldershot: Variorum, 1993).
The greatest 20th-century secular Roman historian, Sir Ronald Syme, in his seminal book on Augustus (The Roman Revolution, 1939, repr. Oxford 1960, p.399 n.2) took Luke seriously as a source.
(1.) Lloyd deMause, "The Evolution of Childhood," 1, opening sentence of chapter 1 in Lloyd deMause, The History of Childhood: The evolution of Parent-child relationships as a factor in history (1974; repr. London, 1980)
Ana Lopez, Director of Marketing of Habanos S.A., the exclusive marketing repr for Cuba-produced cigars, reported that in 2000 a total of 117 million cigars were (a) exported from Cuba and (b) sold within Cuba at Government-operated U.S.
Translated from an unpublished Portuguese MS and other contemporary sources, with commentary and appendices', TPJSL, 25 (1928), 1-64 (repr. London: Kegan Paul, 1928), VIII
(LAG624) ANDREW SEALFON, CEO of REPRO-MED SYSTEMS INC (REPR), describes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, with positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities for the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management strength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.