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Rete

Rete may refer to:

  • Net (device), in Latin
  • The Network , a former Italian political party
  • Rete algorithm, an efficient pattern matching algorithm for implementing production rule systems
  • Part of an astrolabe, a historical astronomical instrument
Wiktionary

rete

n. 1 (context anatomy English) A network of blood vessels or nerves. 2 An anatomical part resembling or including a network.

WordNet

rete

  1. n. a network of intersecting blood vessels or intersecting nerves or intersecting lymph vessels [syn: plexus]

  2. [also: retia (pl)]

The Collaborative International Dictionary

Rete

Rete \Re"te\, n. [L., a net.] (Anat.) A net or network; a plexus; particularly, a network of blood vessels or nerves, or a part resembling a network.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

rete

late 14c., in anatomy, from Latin rete "net" (see reticulate (adj.)). Plural is retia.

Usage examples of "rete".

Pwyll wich gerade noch rechtzeitig aus, um sein rechtes Auge vor dem ersten Speerwurf zu retten.

He rotated the tiny astrolabe with his fingers until a bronze pointer fastened to its center pivot had risen above the curving equator of the rete.

When they exit by the main steps and approach the Pargo Kaling, the great Western Gate on this side of the Kyi Chu Bridge, they find Regent Reting Tokra blocking the way with five hundred of his finest Palace Guard troops.

Pwyll wich gerade noch rechtzeitig aus, um sein rechtes Auge vor dem ersten Speerwurf zu retten.

Potrete dunque immaginare che, avendo ormai vissuto per quattro anni in Brasile, e avendo ormai cominciato a far fortuna coltivando la mia piantagione, non soltanto avevo imparato la lingua, ma stabilito una rete di amicizie e conoscenze tra gli altri coltivatori e i commercianti di San Salvatore, che era il nostro porto e che, conversando insieme a costoro, avevo spesso raccontato dei miei due viaggi lungo le coste della Guinea, del modo di commerciare coi negri di quel paese e di come fosse facile comperarvi, in cambio di perline, giocattoli, accette, coltelli, forbici, pezzi di vetro e altre inezie del genere, non solo polvere d'oro, spezie e denti di elefante, ma anche innumerevoli schiavi negri di cui c'era in Brasile grande necessità.

Through his pupil 'Brom-ston (1004-64), who founded the monastery of Reting (Rva-sgreng), Atisa counts as the source of one of the many traditions or sects, which with the exception of the rNying-ma-pa, or followers of Padmasambhava, owe their beginnings to the different Indian and Tibetan personalities active during the Second Diffusion and the monasteries where the special emphases of their teachings were institutionalised.

Se potessi inserirmi negli archivi degli ospe­dali o in una rete della polizia, riuscirei a colmare le lacune dei dati.