What are RES?

  • (noun): A widely distributed system consisting of all the cells able to ingest bacteria or colloidal particles etc, except for certain white blood cells.
    Synonyms: reticuloendothelial system


Res is also a very common Latin word meaning "thing", and as such is the first word of several Latin phrases:

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Vallières Arrondissement
... Vallières (Creole Valyè) is an arrondissement in the Nord-Est Department of Haiti ... Postal codes in the Vallières Arrondissement start with the number 24 ... consists of the following municipalities Vallières Carice Mombin-Crochu ...
Resultant - Properties
... res(P,Q) = (-1)degPdegQres(Q,P) res(PR,Q)=res(P,Q)res(R,Q) If P'=P+RQ and degP'=degP, then res(P,Q)=res(P',Q) ... If X, Y, P, Q have the same degree and X=a00P+a01Q, Y=a10P+a11Q, then res(P-,Q)=res(Q-,P) where P-(z)=P(-z) ...
... Res is also a very common Latin word meaning "thing", and as such is the first word of several Latin phrases Res divina (service of the gods) Res Extensa Descartes' physical world ...
Alyutor Language - Typology
... once (name)-ERG+SG somewhere RES⟩see⟨RES+3SG.P fishABS+SG 'Once Qutkinnyaqu saw a fish somewhere.' ɣa-nvə-lin qutkinʲnʲaqu-nak təlɣə-lŋən ŋan.tiŋ ... RES⟩poke⟨RES+3SG.P (name)-ERG+SG finger-ABS+SG there 'Qutkinnyaqu stuck his finger there.' ...
Res (singer) - Solo Career
... Res released her debut album, How I Do, in 2001 along with its first single "Golden Boys." Despite heavy rotation on VH1, the song did not catch on in ... In early 2002, Res released the third single from How I Do, "They-Say Vision." The song and accompanying video were breakthrough hits and reached #1 on the Billboard Dance chart and #37 on the Hot 100 ... as "They-Say Vision." Meanwhile, in 2002, Res appeared on a track with Tony Allen, Ray Lema, Baaba Maal, Positive Black Soul and Archie Shepp for the Red Hot Organization's compilation ...

Famous quotes containing the word res:

    The poem is the cry of its occasion,
    Part of the res itself and not about it.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)