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rig

noun A regional term for the equipment used to inject drugs; kit (UK).

RIG

Abbreviation for:
rabies immunoglobulin
radiologically inserted gastrostomy
reimbursement grant
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During the exposition of the fourth commandment, there is a poignant reference to children dying from pestilence, which the author warns may be a result of the failure of parents and godparents to teach children obedience: And [thorn]is lessoun schulde euery bodily fadir and modir and goostly teche her childre / And if [thorn]is lessoun hadde ben tauzt and kept in Englond, J trowe [thorn]e londe hadde stonde in more prosperite [thorn]en it now dio[thorn] / And it may be [thorn]at for vengeaunce of [thorn]is synne of vnworschipyng of fadir and modir.
/--as to the Right heire of the saide place and Rentes /--Ryght hye prynce /--soueraigne graciouse lorde /--the holy blessyd trynyte /--Right trusti and most beloued vncle /--our dier and welbeloued cosin /--vn to our fultrusty & most beloued vncle of Bedford / To /Oe hyghe and myghty Prince /--the porest suyteurs bille /--the poore man that for such is accept to /be counsail /--Right worshipfull and reuerent fadir yn god and my right entierly welbelouyd cosyn /--in oure souuerain lordes courtes in Irlande /--youre full humble and continuel seruant Thomas ffrank.
In "Edward, Edward" (Reliques, 1:82-85), a poem he seems to have significantly altered before sending it on to Percy, we find "deir son" and "fadir dear"--that is a transposition of noun-and-adjective--somewhat like the change from "master deir" to "deir master" in "Sir Patrick Spence." Actually, there is a closer analogue in the Reliques.
Fadir, forsuth, ryght so walde I, Leuer pan lange to leue in lande.
For right as God sitteth realli in heuene in his trone, so the wisdoom of the Fadir, that is God the Sone, sitteth realli in iuste mennes saules thorou grace.
For example, we would expect the |t' in Latin pater and Greek pater to correspond to [|theta'] [theta: [|theta']]in Germanic forms of the Indo-European word (*)pater, but instead we find Gothic fadar (the'd' here representing the voiced interdental fricative [delta]), Icelandic fadir, and Old English foeder (the'd'in foeder is a later development of an earlier [delta]; the fact that Modern English |father' has an [delta] sound in place of a [d] sound is a later development).
FABERE [Fleksiyon ABduksiyon Eksternal Rotasyon Ekstansiyon (Patrick)] testi, FADIR (fleksiyon, adduksiyon ve ic rotasyon), Gaenslen testleri ve sakroiliyak kompresyon testleri solda pozitifti.
(16) The hip scour and flexion-adduction-internal rotation (FADIR or FADDIR) tests (3,17) recreated the chief complaint, produced a palpable non-painful click, and had a hard end-feel.