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Republic of Mountainous Armenia The Republic of Mountainous Armenia (also known as the Republic of Karabakh-Zanghezur) was a short-lived and unrecognized state in the South Caucasus, roughly corresponding with the territory that is now the present-day Armenian province of Syunik and the unrecognized republic of Nagorno-Karabakh. It was proclaimed by Armenian General Andranik Toros Ozanian in protest of the Treaty of Batum, an agreement which would have given Turkey a considerable portion of the South Caucasus and would have left Armenia as a small enclave centered around the western shores of Lake Sevan and the cities of Yerevan and Echmiadzin.
Republic of New Afrika The Republic of New Afrika, (RNA) is a black nationalist community and political lobby group established in Detroit, Michigan, United States in March of 1968. It claims sovereignty, but does not control its claimed territory.
Republic of Pemberley The Republic of Pemberley is an online community dedicated to the appreciation of the work of the English author Jane Austen. The site was established shortly after the release of the 1995 BBC adaptation of Austen's novel, Pride and Prejudice.
Republic of Poljica Poljica republic or principality (Croatian: PoljiÄŤka republika) existed in the late Middle Ages and the early modern period in central Dalmatia, near modern-day OmiĹˇ, Croatia (then often referred to as Almissa). The name poljica stems from the word polje for "field", karst field in particular, a common geographic feature in the area.
Republic of Pontus The Republic of Pontus was a Pontian Greek state that existed in the north-eastern part of modern Turkey from 1917 to 1919. The Pontian Greeks rebelled against the Ottoman Empire during the First World War, under the leadership of Chrysanthus, Bishop of Trabizond.
Republic of Saugeais The Republic of Saugeais (French: La RĂ©publique du Saugeais) is a long-lived micronation located in western France, in the dĂ©partement of Doubs. The republic comprises the 11 municipalities of Les AlliĂ©s, ArĂ§on, Bugny, La Chaux-de-Gilley, Gilley, Hauterive-la-Fresne, La Longeville, Montflovin, Maisons-du-Bois-LiĂ¨vremont, Ville-du-Pont, and its capital MontbenoĂ®t.
Republic of Serbian Krajina The Republic of Serb Krajina (Serbian: Đ ĐµĐżŃĐ±Đ»Đ¸ĐşĐ° ĐˇŃ€ĐżŃĐşĐ° ĐšŃ€Đ°ŃĐ¸Đ˝Đ°, Đ ĐˇĐš; sometimes also translated "Republic of Serbian Krajina") was a self-proclaimed Serbian entity in Croatia during the 1990s. Established in 1991, it was not recognized internationally.
Republic of Singapore Air Force The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF, Chinese: ć–°ĺŠ ĺťˇç©şĺ†›é¨éź; Malay Angkatan Udara Republik Singapura) was established in 1968. At that time called the Singapore Air Defence Command (SADC), it was renamed the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) in 1975.
Republic of Singapore Navy The Republic of Singapore Navy (Abbreviation: RSN; Chinese: ć–°ĺŠ ĺťˇĺ…±ĺ’Śĺ›˝ćµ·ĺ†›é¨éź; Malay: Angkatan Laut Republik Singapura) is the navy of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF). The RSN came into being in 1975 when the SAF established its component forces into three distinct services, and it is the smallest among the three services.
Republic of South Carolina The Republic of South Carolina is a term for the State of South Carolina as it existed from December 20, 1860 (when it seceded from the Union) to February 8, 1861 (when it joined the Confederate States of America).
Republic of South Vietnam The Republic of South Vietnam (Vietnamese: Cá»™ng HĂ˛a Miá»n Nam Viá»‡t Nam) was a communist provisional government that claimed to represent South Vietnam following the defeat of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam, on April 30, 1975. This shadow government known as the PRG or Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Vietnam was formed on June 8, 1969.
Republic of the Rif The Republic of the Rif (full name The Confederal Republic of the Tribes of the Rif, or Dawlat al-Jumhuriyya ar-Rifiyya) () was created in September 1921, when the people of the Rif (the Riffians) revolted and declared their independence from Spanish Morocco.
Republic of Taiwan Republic of Taiwan (ROT, ; PeĚŤh-oÄ“-jÄ«: TĂ˘i-oĂ˘n KiĹŤng-hĂ´-kok) is a goal of supporters of Taiwan independence in creating a Taiwanese state unambiguously separated from China, covering (at most) the areas currently controlled by the Republic of China (i.e.
Republic of Tea The Republic of Tea is a company that markets organic and exotic teas from around the world. The company was founded in 1992 by Mel and Patricia Ziegler after selling their interest in the original Banana Republic stores, which they had co-founded with Will Rosenzweig.
Republic of Texas The Republic of Texas was a country in North America between the United States and Mexico that existed from 1836 to 1845. Formed as a break-away republic from Mexico as a result of the Texas Revolution, the nation claimed borders that encompassed an area that included all of the present U.
Republic of Texas (group) The Republic of Texas is an independence movement that claims that the annexation of Texas by the United States was illegal and that Texas remains an independent nation under occupation. They claimed to reinstate a provisional government on December 13 1995.
Republic of UĹľice The Republic of UĹľice (Serbo-Croatian: UĹľiÄŤka Republika) was a short-lived military mini-state that existed in Autumn 1941 in the western part of Nazi-occupied Serbia. The Republic was established by the fighters of the Partisan resistance movement and its capital was in the town of UĹľice.
Republic of Virtue The "Republic of Virtue" was a speech given by Maximilien Robespierre on February 5, 1794. In it, Robespierre provided a comprehensive statement of his political theory while advocating the use of terror in defending democracy, which he equated with virtue.
Republic of Vojvodina Republic of Vojvodina (Serbian: Republika Vojvodina or Đ ĐµĐżŃĐ±Đ»Đ¸ĐşĐ° Đ’ĐľŃĐ˛ĐľĐ´Đ¸Đ˝Đ°, Hungarian: VajdasĂˇgi KĂ¶ztĂˇrsasĂˇg, Slovak: Republika Vojvodina, Croatian: Republika Vojvodina, Romanian: Republica Voivodina, Rusyn: Đ ĐµĐżŃĐ±Đ»Đ¸ĐşĐ° Đ’ĐľĐąĐ˛ĐľĐ´Đ¸Đ˝Đ°) is a political program of the League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina, a political party in the Vojvodina province of Serbia. This party see Serbia as a federalized state and Vojvodina as one of its federal units.
Republic of West Papua The Republic of West Papua is a separatist-proposed state that would give sovereignty to the people of Western New Guinea (the Indonesian provinces of Papua and Irian Jaya Barat). The Republic of West Papua was declared after the withdrawal of the Dutch in 1963, but annexation by Indonesia halted the formulation of a government.
Republic of Winston The Republic of Winston (Winston County, Alabama) is one of several places in the former Confederate States of America where disaffection with the Confederacy during the American Civil War ran deep. In Winston County, this disaffection was particularly deep, with long-lasting political consequencesâ€”deep enough to generate legends after the war that the county had in fact seceded from the Confederacy.
Republic Pictures Republic Pictures Corporation (aka Republic Entertainment, Inc.) is an independent film, television, and video distribution company that was originally a movie production-distribution corporation with studio facilities, best known for its specialization in quality B pictures, westerns and movie serials.
Republic Plaza, Singapore Republic Plaza is one of the three tallest skyscrapers in Singapore, located at the Southern end of Raffles Place in the Downtown Core, the central business district of Singapore. It shares the title of "tallest building" with the OUB Centre and UOB Plaza One.
Republic Polytechnic Republic Polytechnic (Chinese: ĺ…±ĺ’Śç†ĺ·Ąĺ¦é™˘) is the fifth and newest polytechnic to be set up in Singapore and utilises the problem-based learning (PBL) approach. The polytechnic currently has 5 schools and 5 centres, that offer diplomas in Information Technology, Engineering, Science and New Media, and an enrollment of over 4000 students.
Republic Steel Strike Riot Newsreel Footage Republic Steel Strike Riot Newsreel Footage is a 1937 documentary film which tells the story of a strike at Republic Steel. It was produced by Paramount Pictures and has been deemed "culturally significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.
Republic: The Revolution Republic: The Revolution is a computer game produced by Elixir Studios, founded by Demis Hassabis, a former programmer of Lionhead Studios. It is a depiction of grassroots political action, where one attempts to put their preferred government in power.
Republica Deportiva RepĂşblica Deportiva (Athletic Republic in Spanish) is a weekly two-hour Spanish language sports show shown on Sunday mornings in the United States on Univision. It is hosted by popular male television personality Fernando Fiore, one of the leading figures in sports in the U.
Republican and Socialist Front Republican and Socialist Front (in Portuguese: Frente Republicana e Socialista) was an electoral alliance in Portugal, consisting of the Socialist Party (PS), Leftwing Union for Socialist Democracy (UEDS) and Independent Social Democratic Action (ASDI). FRS contested the Portuguese legislative election, 1980.
Republican Association of New Zealand The Republican Association of New Zealand was a political organisation in New Zealand with the aim of supporting the creation of a New Zealand republic. The Association was founded by left-wing activist Bruce Jesson in 1966, and gained wide publicity for its anti-royal activism, including the burning of the Union Flag and protesting during Royal visits.
Republican Citizens Committee Against National Prohibition The Republican Citizens Committee Against National Prohibition was established shortly before the 1932 Republican National Convention to pressure the party to support the repeal of prohibition. Key members included Joseph H.
Republican Conference of the United States Senate The Senate Republican Conference is the formal organization of the (currently) 49 Republican Senators in the United States Senate. Over the last century, the mission of the Conference has expanded and been shaped as a means of informing the media of the opinions and activities of Senate Republicans.
Republican Conference Vice-Chairman of the United States House of Representatives The Vice-Chair of the Republican Conference in the United States House of Representatives is a leadership position that is next in rank after the House Republican Conference Chairman. Like the chair, the vice-chair is elected by a vote of all Republican House members before each Congress.
Republican Congress The Republican Congress was an Irish Republican political organisation founded in 1934, when left wing republicans left the Irish Republican Army. The Congress was led by such IRA veterans as Peadar O'Donnell, Frank Ryan and George Gilmore.
Republican Front (France) The Republican Front was a French center-left coalition which won the 1956 legislative election. In the context of the Algerian War, behind Pierre MendĂ¨s-France, it gathered the Socialist party SFIO, the Radical Party, the Democratic and Socialist Union of the Resistance and the National Center of Social Republicans which came from a split of the Gaullist movement.
Republican Generation The Republican Generation is the name given to that generation of Americans born from 1742 to 1766 by William Strauss and Neil Howe in their book Generations. They grew up as the precious object of adult protection during the French and Indian Wars, an era of rising crime and social disorder.
Republican Governors Association The Republican Governors Association is an association for governors in the United States who belong to the United States Republican Party. Governor Sonny Perdue of Georgia currently chairs the organization and Governor Matt Blunt of Missouri serves as the vice chairman.
Republican In Name Only Republican In Name Only, or RINO, is a disparaging term for a member of the Republican Party of the United States whose political views or actions are perceived as not conservative and outside the conservative mainstream.
Republican Institute for Vocational Education The Republican Institute for Vocational Education (or RIPO, ) is a higher education institution in Minsk, Belarus. Founded in December 1992, it is managed by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus.
Republican Left The Republican Left (La Sinistra Repubblica) was an Italian political party founded on January 30, 1994 after theItalian Republican Party split. After that 22 January 1994 Giorgio Malfa had newly assumed the secretariat of the PRI, replacing Giorgio Bogi (until that moment secretary), National Council of the party decided to leave Alleanza Democratica - in which the PRI was found - and to enter the coalition Pact for Italy.
Republican Left (Spain) The Republican Left (Izquierda Republicana; in Catalonia it ran as Partit RepublicĂ d'Esquerra, and in Galicia as Esquerda Republicana Galega) is a Spanish political party. The party is the successor of the AcciĂłn Republicana, established in 1926 by Manuel AzaĂ±a.
Republican Left of the Valencian Country Republican Left of the Valencian Country (in Catalan: Esquerra Republicana del PaĂs ValenciĂ ) is a historical Valencian left national party founded on 1933 and refounded in September of 2000 by means of the union of the valencian federation of Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya with the Front pel PaĂs ValenciĂ (Front for the Valencian Country).
Republican Liberty Caucus The Republican Liberty Caucus is a political action organization dedicated to promoting the ideals of individual rights, limited government and free enterprise within the Republican Party in the United States by:
Republican motherhood The concept of "republican motherhood" arose during and after the American Revolution in the 13 colonies (later, the United States of America). As the principles of republicanism rose in importance to the rebelling colonists, American society gradually came to promote the idea that women needed to clearly understand and embrace these values, so that they could be transmitted to their children at a young age and help secure their central position in the minds and hearts of Americans.
Republican murals Mural Painting is one of the most dynamic methods of political and symbolic expression in the North Of Ireland and is used by Nationalists and Unionists. In a journey through the working class estates of Belfast, one can find many visual statements.
Republican Main Street Partnership The Republican Main Street Partnership (RMSP) is a group of moderate members of the United States Republican Party. They tend away from the dominant social conservatism of many Republicans and towards fiscal conservatism and limited government.
Republican Majority Issues Committee The Republican Majority Issues Committee (RMIC), a tax-exempt 527 committee, organized as a corporation under the laws of Virginia with its principal office located in Virginia, was created by and through the fundraising efforts of Ed Buckham, the founder of Alexander Strategy Group. Gallant], a close political ally of House Majority Leader Thomas D.
Republican National Coalition for Life Republican National Coalition for Life (RNC/Life) is an organization formed to maintain the commitment of the Republican Party of the United States to pro-life principles. Its address is Box 618, Alton, Illinois 62002.
Republican National Committee The Republican National Committee (RNC) provides national leadership for the Republican Party of the United States. It is responsible for developing and promoting the Republican political platform, as well as coordinating fundraising and election strategy.
Republican National Convention The Republican National Convention, held every four years, is the presidential nominating convention of the Republican Party of the United States. Convened by the Republican National Committee, the stated purpose of the convocation is to nominate an official candidate in the upcoming U.
Republican News Republican News was a longstanding newspaper/magazine published by Sinn FĂ©in. Following the split in physical force Irish republicanism in the late 1960s between the Officials (Official Sinn FĂ©in â€” also known as Sinn FĂ©in Gardiner Place â€” and the Official IRA) and the Provisionals (Provisional Sinn FĂ©in â€” also known as Sinn FĂ©in Kevin Street and now most commonly simply as Sinn FĂ©in â€” and the Provisional IRA) Republican News was eclipsed by An Phoblacht, a new magazine launched by Provisional Sinn FĂ©in in 1970.
Republican plot In Ireland, the term Republican plot is used to denote a cemetery plot where combatants or members of various Republican organisations are buried in a common grave, as opposed to being buried with family members. These plots may often also hold the bodies of casualties of earlier nineteenth and twentieth-century campaigns by organisations such as the Fenians or the 'Old IRA'.
Republican Party (Faroe Islands) The Republican Party or Nationalist Party (TjĂłĂ°veldisflokkurin) is a left of centre political party in the Faroe Islands committed to Faroese independence. It was founded in 1948 as a reaction to independence not being proclaimed after a public election on the matter showed a marginal majority for it in 1946.
Republican Party (France) The Republican Party (Parti rĂ©publicain, PR) was a French right-wing political party founded in 1977. It replaced the National Federation of the Independent Republicans created by ValĂ©ry Giscard d'Estaing, who was President of France since 1974.
Republican Party (Liberia) The Republican Party of Liberia was a political party founded soon after the founding of Liberia in 1848. It was known to be made up primarily of light-skinned Americo-Liberians, and its main opponent was the True Whig Party.
Republican Party (United States) The Republican Party is one of two major contemporary political parties in the United States; the other being the Democratic Party. It is often referred to as the GOP, or Grand Old Party, although it is the younger of the two major parties.
Republican Party (United States) presidential primaries, 2008 The 2008 Republican primaries will be the selection process by which the Republicans choose their candidates in the 2008 election for President and Vice President of the United States through a series of primaries and caucuses culminating in the 2008 Republican National Convention, to be held in Saint Paul, Minnesota, from September 1 until September 4.
Republican Party for Democracy and Renewal The Republican Party for Democracy and Renewal (PRDR) (Parti RĂ©publicain DĂ©mocratique et Renouvellement) is a political party in Mauritania. Formerly known as the Democratic and Social Republican Party, the grouping has changed its identity and adjusted its political stance following the 2005 coup.
Republican Party for Liberty Republican Party for Liberty (in French: Parti RĂ©publicain pour la LibertĂ©) was a political party in Upper Volta (now Burkina Faso). PRL was founded in 1959 by Nazi Boni as a reaction to the attempts by the Voltaic Democratic Union to create a one-party state.
Republican Party of Albania The Republican Party of Albania (Albanian: Partia Republikane e ShqipĂ«risĂ«) is a conservative political party in Albania. In the 2001 election it was part of the Union for Victory (Bashkimi pĂ«r Fitoren) coalition which received 37.
Republican Party of Armenia The Republican Party of Armenia (, Hayastani Hanrapetakan Kusaktsutyun, HHK) is a conservative political party in Armenia. It was the first political party in independent Armenia to be founded (2 April 1990) and registered (14 May 1991).
Republican Party of India (Athvale) The Republican Party of India (Athvale) is a political party in India, a splinter group of the old Ambedkarite Republican Party of India. Since 2004 it has a small representation in the Lok Sabha and is a constituent of the ruling United Progressive Alliance.
Republican Party of Turkmenistan The Republican Party of Turkmenistan is one of several dissident political parties that have been outlawed within Turkmenistan. Annadurdy Khadjiev (also Hadjiev) is a leader of the exile-based RPT, whose sister Ogulsapar Muradova died in a Turkmen prison in September 2006.
Republican People's Party (Turkey) The Republican People's Party (Turkish: Cumhuriyet Halk Partisi or CHP) is the oldest Turkish political party, which has established the Republican regime and the parliament in Turkey. The party's logo is the white six arrows on a red background.
Republican Policy Committee Chairman of the United States Senate Since 1947, the Republican members of the United States Senate have elected a policy committee chairman, who is the fourth-ranking Republican, behind the Republican Leader, Republican Whip, and Republican Conference Chairman.
Republican Rally for Democracy in Rwanda The Republican Rally for Democracy in Rwanda (French: Rassemblement RĂ©publicain pour la DĂ©mocratie au Rwanda (RDR)), also known as the Rassemblement DĂ©mocratique pour la Retour (Rally for the Return [of Refugees and Democracy in Rwanda]), is a political party in Rwanda. Its stated goal is to establish a democratic and free Rwandese Republic.
Republican study committee The Republican Study Committee (RSC) is a group of over 100 House Republicans organized for the purpose of advancing a conservative social and economic agenda in the House of Representatives. It was founded in 1971 as a conservative counterweight to the Democratic Study Group that had successfully pulled the House Democratic Caucus to the left.
Republican Socialist Youth Movement The Republican Socialist Youth Movement (RSYM) (Poblachtach SĂłisialach Gluaiseacht na hĂ“ige, PSGnĂ“) is the Youth Organization of the Irish Republican Socialist Movement90th The Constitution of the Irish Republican Socialist Committees of North America90th commemoration of 1916 youth committeeIRSC Issues May Day Solidarity Statement.
Republican Union Party The Republican Union Party were a centrist political party in Spain led by Diego Martinez Barrio, formed as a split from the Radical Party. In 1936 led them into the Spanish Popular Front, a collection of left-wing political parties brought together for the purpose of contesting the 1936 election.
Republicanism Republicanism is the ideology of governing a nation as a republic, with an emphasis on liberty and rule by the people. Republicanism always stands in opposition to monarchy, aristocracy, oligarchy and dictatorship.
Republicanism and religion Religion has played an important role in the development of republicanism. Religious differences between a people and their monarch have often led to the overthrow of the monarch and the introduction of a republican system of government.
Republicanism in Australia Republicanism in Australia is the movement to change Australia's status as a constitutional monarchy (a Commonwealth Realm) to a republican form of government (a Commonwealth republic). This would end the Australian Monarchy, along with the personal union relationship with the other Commonwealth Realms; however, Australian republicans focus predominantly on the association with the United Kingdom.
Republicanism in History Like Anti-monarchism and religious differences, republicanism played no equal role in the emergence of the many actual republics. Up to the republics that originated in the late middle ages, even if, from what we know about them, they also can be qualified "republics" in a modern understanding of the word, establishing the kind and amount of "republicanism" that led to their emergence is often limited to educated guesswork, based on sources that are generally recognised to be partly fictitious reconstruction.
Republicanism in New Zealand Republicanism in New Zealand is a movement to replace the country's current status as a Commonwealth realm and constitutional monarchy with that of a Commonwealth republic. New Zealand public opinion is split between those who support the monarchy, and those who support a republicA Sunday Star-Times poll, published 20 January 2006, stated there was 47% support for a New Zealand republic, and 47% support for the monarchy..
Republicanism in the United Kingdom Republicanism in the United Kingdom is a movement in the United Kingdom which seeks to remove the British monarchy and replace it with a republic that has a non-hereditary head of state. The method with which such a head of state should be chosen is not agreed upon, with some favouring an elected president, while others would support an appointed figurehead and others still support the idea of leaving the political system as it is with the absence of the monarch.
Republicanism in the United States Republicanism is the political value system that dominates American political thought since the American Revolution. It stresses liberty and rights as central values, makes the people as a whole sovereign, rejects aristocracy and inherited political power, expects citizens to be independent and calls on them to perform civic duties, and is strongly opposed to corruption.
Republicans for Choice Republicans for Choice, an organization based in the Washington, DC area (Headquarters:205 S Whiting Street Ste 260 Alexandria, VA 22304 is a political action committee (PAC) composed of members of the United States Republican Party who support legalized abortion.
Republicans for Kerry Republicans for Kerry was a non-profit, volunteer-run group of registered Republicans and independent voters. Nicknamed "R4K", these self-proclaimed "Kerry Republicans" supported the 2004 Democratic candidate for president, John Kerry, and encountered some controversy within the GOP and mainstream Republican party.
Republicans For Environmental Protection Republicans for Environmental Protection (or REP America), is a national organization of Republican voters formed in 1995 with the stated purpose of educating and advocating environmental issues and supporting efforts to conserve natural resources and protect human and environmental health. Incorporated in Illinois, its headquarters are in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Republicrat "Republicrat" or "Demopublican" (or the shorter "Demolican" or "Democan") are portmanteaus of the names of the two main political parties in the United States, the Republicans and the Democrats. The terms are used pejoratively by those on both the right and left who allege the policies of the two parties are in practice indistinguishable, and so form essentially one party with two names.
Republikflucht Republikflucht is the German term given to the process by which people left the German Democratic Republic (GDR) for a life in West Germany or indeed any other Western country. The term is used to apply mainly to those who left East Germany between 1949 and 1961 - the year in which the Berlin Wall was constructed.
Repulse Bay, Nunavut Repulse Bay (Inuktitut syllabics: á“‡á…á”®á‘¦; Inuktitut: Naujaat) is an Inuit hamlet located on the shore of Hudson Bay in Nunavut, Canada. Transport to the community is provided primarily by air and by an annual sealift.
Repulsive force Repulsive force is the temporary name given to the force that seems to tear away the universe. It was first postulated when observations proved that galaxies get away from each other faster and faster contrary to the standard theory of Big Bang and gravity that assumed that either galaxies eventually contracted again in a singularity or, at least, had their motion slowed.
Repulsive particle swarm optimization In mathematics, specifically in optimization, repulsive particle swarm optimization (RPSO) is a global optimization algorithm. It belongs to the class of stochastic evolutionary global optimizers, and is a variant of particle swarm optimization (PSO).
Repulsorlift A repulsorlift is an anti-gravity technology in the fictional Star Wars universe, capable of levitating any object to which it is applied. It is created from constituents that are subnuclear knots of spacetime made in enormous unmanned power refineries encompassing black holes.
Repurchase agreement Repurchase agreements (RPs or Repos) are financial instruments used in the money markets and capital markets. A more accurate and descriptive term is Sale and Repurchase Agreement, since what occurs is that the cash receiver (aka repo seller) sells securities now, in return for cash, to the cash provider (aka repo buyer), and agrees to repurchase those securities from the cash provider for a greater sum of cash at some later date, that greater sum being all of the cash lent and some extra cash (constituting the implicit interest rate, known as the repo rate).
Reputation Reputation is the general opinion (more technically, a social evaluation) of the public toward a person, a group of people, or an organization. It is an important factor in many fields, such as business, online communities or social status.
Reputation (album) Reputation is an album by British singer Dusty Springfield, mostly recorded in the UK and initially only released in the UK. An updated version, containing tracks recorded, but not used, for Reputation was released in both the US and UK in 1997 and retitled Reputation and Rarities.
Reputation management Reputation management is the process of tracking an entity's actions and other entities' opinions about those actions; reporting on those actions and opinions; and reacting to that report creating a feedback loop. All entities involved are generally people, but that need not always be the case.
Reputation server Reputation servers are (at present) a fictional concept: internet-based directories that essentially keep track of the reputation of an individual or other entity within a given community and context, used by entities without direct one-to-one relationships to assess the relative trustworthiness (or other "rated" attribute) of one another.
Reputation system A reputation system is a type of collaborative filtering algorithm which attempts to determine ratings for a collection of entities, given a collection of opinions that those entities hold about each other. This is similar to a recommendation system, but with the purpose of entities recommending each other, rather than some external set of entities (such as books, movies, or music).
Requerimiento The Requerimiento (Spanish "requirement" as in "demand") was a declaration of sovereignty and war read by Spanish military forces to assert their sovereignty over the Americas. Written by Juan LĂłpez de Palacios Rubios, it asserted that God through Jesus Christ and His Papal successors held authority as ruler over the entire Earth, and that the Inter Caetera, (a Papal Bull of 4 May 1493
Request for Comments In internetworking and computer network engineering, Request for Comments (RFC) documents are a series of memoranda encompassing new research, innovations, and methodologies applicable to Internet technologies.
Request for Information A Request for Information (RFI) is a standard business process whose purpose is to collect written information about the capabilities of various suppliers. Normally it follows a format that can be used for comparative purposes.
Request for Proposal A Request for Proposal (referred to as RFP) is an invitation for suppliers, through a bidding process, to bid on a specific product or service. An RFP is usually part of a complex sales process, also known as enterprise sales.
Request stop In rail transport, a request stop or flag stop is a train station where trains stop only if passengers wish to board the train or leave it. This allows the train merely to slow (or in some cases to pass minor stations at speed) yet still to offer services to lightly-used stations.
Request Tracker Request Tracker, commonly abbreviated to RT, is an open-source ticket-tracking system written in Perl used to co-ordinate tasks and manage requests among a community of users. RT's first release was in 1996, written by Jesse Vincent, who later formed Best Practical Solutions LLC to distribute, develop and support the package.
Requiem The Requiem or Requiem Mass, also known formally (in Latin) as the Missa pro defunctis or Missa defunctorum, is a liturgical service of the Roman Catholic Church and, in a wholly different ritual form and texts, the Eastern Rite Catholic Churches as well as the Anglican "High" Church and certain Lutheran Churches in the United States. Its theme is a prayer for the salvation of the souls of the departed, and it is used both at services immediately preceding a burial, and on occasions of more general remembrance.
Requiem (film) Requiem (2006) is a German language film by Hans-Christian Schmid starring Sandra HĂĽller. The film has been promoted as a more truthful depiction of the real-life events of the exorcism of Anneliese Michel (September 21 1952 â€“ July 1 1976), a German woman who was believed to have been possessed by six or more demons.
Requiem (Sliders) Requiem is the eleventh episode for the fifth season of the science fiction television show Sliders. While the Sliders relax in a garden waiting for the next slide, Rembrandt receives a message in his mind from former slider Wade.