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acronym for roentgen equivalent physical, a unit of radiation equivalent to the absorption of 93 ergs per gram of water or soft tissue.

rep

(rĕp)
n.
A unit of absorbed radiation dose, equal to the amount of ionizing radiation that will transfer 93 ergs of energy to 1 gram of water or living tissue.

rep

(rĕp) [L., repetatur]
Let it be repeated.

rep

acronym for roentgen equivalent physical, an unofficial unit of radiation equivalent to the absorption of 93 ergs per gram of water or soft tissue. An equivalent dose of ionizing radiation as that delivered to tissues by 1 roentgen of x-radiation.
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Repp said that a more simple design inside of the processing plant makes it safer.
We chose five contractors to enter into this partnership who had a lot to say about what we did, versus BP being a dictator and the contractors being our slaves," said Repp.
Everyone had a stake in bringing the project in as low cost as possible," Repp said.
Prior to joining AvMed, Repp was responsible for all aspects of commercial sales for Aetna in the state of Ohio.
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The Canadian stores will bring Edison's total of Repp Ltd.
As we have acquired several other fine regional store groups and consolidated them under the Repp Ltd.
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The acquisition of Phoenix will enhance our ability to serve our big and tall customers with a broad range of merchandise and purchase options," said Peter Edison, general manager of Repp Ltd.
Feedback from Soldiers provided valuable information in deciding the most critical battery types to make charging adapters for, taking full advantage of the capabilities the system offers," said Tony Bui, the REPPS project engineer with the Command and Control Directorate's Army Power Division.
Based on the success of the REPPS, CERDEC is developing a renewable energy-in-a-box system that includes solar panels, a small commercial wind turbine, and an energy storage package (with DC to AC inverter) that will provide higher power for use at small combat outposts or mountaintop retransmission sites.