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reiter

(ˈraɪtə)
n
a soldier in the German cavalry, esp in the 16th and 17th centuries
vb (tr)
archaic to reiterate or repeat something
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Noun1.Reiter - German bacteriologist who described a disease now known as Reiter's syndrome and who identified the spirochete that causes syphilis in humans (1881-1969)
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The swimmer began splashing water at the animal to make it move away, San Francisco Police Officer Matthew Reiter said during a news conference.
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Reiter selects representative texts that describe the underlying, common theoretical notions and also the practical approaches he uses to examine the content and intention of the exorcist Taoism of Clarified Tenuity, a form of Taoism that emerged during the 13th century in southern China and spread quickly.
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Emerita professor Ester Reiter deploys an amazing number of old photos, posters and assorted other materials documenting Yiddish-speakers through decades of activity.
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A magnetic pull: "I was drawn to Whim W'Him by its inventiveness," says Reiter.
NTCA--The Rural Broadband Association mourns the loss of Scott Reiter, the association's former director of industry relations, who died June 18.
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The body of Hungarian Mr Reiter, 76, who died of a heart attack, will be exhumed and his devastated family will see him buried for a second time.