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  • reputed Charles Burchester, Lord Saltash, said to be of royal descent, possessed in no small degree the charm not untempered with wickedness of his reputed ancestor.
  • Rented This act for some time checked the avarice of the richer, and was of great assistance to the poorer people, who retained under it their respective proportions of ground, as they had been formerly rented by them.
  • Repented I have repented it bitterly.
  • repined From these circumstances it may probably be inferred, that the influence which Leicester still retained over her was secured rather by the chain of habit than the tie of affection; and after the first shock of final separation from him whom she had so long loved and trusted, it is not improbable that she might contemplate the event with a feeling somewhat akin to that of deliverance from a yoke under which her haughty spirit had repined without the courage to resist.
  • reappointed At Maestricht he reappointed Margaret as regent, and gave her a Council presided over by Philippe de Bourgogne, Bishop of Utrecht, and Erard de la Marck, Bishop of Liege.
  • reprinted If the readers of the Allgemeine Zeitung doubt whether a highly respected leader of the majority and member of the Commission on Faith has really written such nonsense, I can only refer them to the document itself, which will no doubt be reprinted in the Univers or Monde.
  • reunited A perfect stillness reigned, and the happiness of the reunited couple was darkly overshadowed by their sorrow.
  • replanted Land use: This entry contains the percentage shares of total land area for five different types of land use. Arable land-land cultivated for crops that are replanted after each harvest like wheat, maize, and rice.
  • repainted After seeing Constable's pictures, Delacroix repainted one of his most important works from end to end.