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rep

 [rep]
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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the percentages increase, while the reps and total volume decrease) over segments of time known as periodization cycles, and a new max test will usually dovetail with the final training cycle.
When you understand your priorities and communicate them to your rep, he can find ways to help you work on those priorities.
Good liaison with the rep organization contributes to building a team of high-caliber agents and minimizes the lost-opportunity costs of inadequate, poorly supervised reps.
Row 44 *P4, k4; rep from * to m, sl m, p7, **k4, p4; rep from ** to end.
the difficulty of the last few reps of an assigned range or target) offers a manageable alternative.
In other words, the rep who brings value to the dealer will succeed.
When he learned of his pending indictment in Abscam, Rep.
Once the trainee can perform 12 or more reps on the first set, he can proceed to heavier DBs.
European Championship Qualifier Youngest-ever scorer for the Rep at 18 years 98 days Keane (19, 21)
Other endorsers, in the order of their signing, were: 1-Pacman Rep.
Row 1 (RS) K1 f&b, *p2, k2; rep from * to last 2 sts, k2tog.