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  • One rep maximum — (one repetition maximum or 1RM) in weight training is the maximum amount of weight one can lift in a single repetition for a given exercise. One rep maxima can be used for determining an individual s maximum strength and is the method for… …   Wikipedia

  • Esnault-Pelterie REP.1 — NOTOC Infobox Aircraft name=REP.1 and REP.2 caption= type=Experimental aircraft manufacturer=Robert Esnault Pelterie designer=Robert Esnault Pelterie first flight=19 October 1907 introduced= retired= status= primary user= more users= produced=… …   Wikipedia

  • rāp-, rēp- —     rāp , rēp     English meaning: turnip     Deutsche Übersetzung: “Rũbe”     Note: Wanderwort unbekannter origin     Material: Gk. ῥάπυς, ῥάφυς f. “ beet, turnip “, ῥάφανος, ῥαφάνη “Rettig”, Att. “Kohl”, ῥαφανί̄ς, ῖδος “Rettig”; Lat. rüpum,… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • Wilson v. Arkansas — SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES No. 94 5707 SHARLENE WILSON, PETITIONER v. ARKANSAS on writ of certiorari to the supreme court of Arkansas [May 22, 1995] Justice Thomas delivered the opinion of the Court. During November and December 1992,… …   Wikipedia

  • Donaldson v Beckett — (1774) 2 Brown s Parl. Cases 129, 1 Eng. Rep. 837; 4 Burr. 2408, 98 Eng. Rep. 257 ; 17 Cobbett s Parl. Hist. 953 (1813) is the ruling by the United Kingdom House of Lords that denied the continued existence of a perpetual common law… …   Wikipedia

  • Donaldson v. Beckett — 2 Brown s Parl. Cases 129, 1 Eng. Rep. 837; 4 Burr. 2408, 98 Eng. Rep. 257 (1774); 17 Cobbett s Parl. Hist. 953 (1813) is the ruling by the British House of Lords that denied the continued existence of a perpetual common law copyright and held t …   Wikipedia

  • Charitable immunity — is a legal doctrine which holds that a charitable organization is not liable under tort law. It originated in 19th century Britain.[1][2] The early form of charitable immunity in England did not provide immunity from suit; it only protected… …   Wikipedia

  • List of notable United Kingdom House of Lords cases — This page is for notable House of Lords legal cases. pre 1850 * Donaldson v. Beckett , 2 Brown s Parl. Cases 129, 1 Eng. Rep. 837; 4 Burr. 2408, 98 Eng. Rep. 257 (1774) * Wright v. Tatham (1838) 4 Bing. NC 489 : hearsay 1850 1899 * Dimes v Grand… …   Wikipedia

  • Birthright citizenship in the United States — For laws regarding U.S. citizenship, see United States nationality law. For U.S. citizenship (birthright and naturalized), see Citizenship in the United States. Birthright citizenship in the United States refers to a person s acquisition of… …   Wikipedia

  • United Kingdom company law — Beside the River Thames, the City of London is a global financial centre. Within the Square Mile, the London Stock Exchange lies at the heart of the United Kingdom s corporations. United Kingdom company law is the body of rules that concern… …   Wikipedia

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