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ret

dated slang A shortening of "cigarette." I saw him smoking a ret in the parking lot across from school.

ret

(rɛt)
n. a tobacco cigarette. (Collegiate.) Give my buddy a ret, will you?
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'When RET is in operation, aircraft occupancy of the runway would be reduced to about one minute per airplane,' Monreal said.
Presently, the two major international runways have about 40 movements per hour, which could be increased to 50 movements per hour with the RET in place.
He stated that PCRET is making all-out efforts to strengthen the area of RETs that has a lot of significance for present energy scenario of the country, and hoped that the deliberations of the event would enrich the Council's efforts with new knowledge, wisdom and best practices in the field.
Without these new RETs, landing aircraft at the NAIA need to make a 90-degree turn at the end of the runway after they touch down and make a full stop before proceeding to the terminal aprons, he explained, adding that the whole process would take about two to three minutes.
RETS is the common standard nationwide for the exchange of real estate listings data.
Two lectures co-sponsored by RETS and the Newberry Library are also featured, including an informative, well-written paper by Peter Beal on seventeenth-century commonplace books.
On the other hand, RETs allow planes to leave the runway quickly, at speeds of 65 kph to 93 kph, to give way for the takeoff or landing of other aircraft.
Fidelity National Information Solutions, Inc., a source for real estate-related data and services, announced that its MLS systems and solutions group has received the Real Estate Transaction Standard (RETS) 1.01 and 1.5 certification.