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reemigration
n. * * *
reemission
n. * * *
reemit
v.t., reemitted, reemitting. * * *
reemphasis
n., pl. reemphases. * * *
reemphasize
v.t., reemphasized, reemphasizing. * * *
reemploy
v.t. * * *
reemployment
n. * * *
reenact
v.t. * * *
reenactment
n. * * *
reenclose
v.t., reenclosed, reenclosing. * * *
reencounter
v., n. * * *
reencourage
v.t., reencouraged, reencouraging. * * *
reendorse
v.t., reendorsed, reendorsing. * * *
reendow
v.t. * * *
reendowment
n. * * *
reenergize
v.t., reenergized, reenergizing. * * *
reenforce
/ree'euhn fawrs", -fohrs"/, v.t., reenforced, reenforcing, n. reinforce. Also, re-enforce. * * *
reengage
v., reengaged, reengaging. * * *
reengagement
n. * * *
reengine
/ree en"jeuhn/, v.t., reengined, reengining. to equip with a new engine or engines, as an aircraft. Also, re-engine. [1885-90; RE- + ENGINE] * * *
reengineer
/ree'en jeuh near"/, v.t. to engineer anew: to reengineer a motor to make it more efficient. Also, re-engineer. [1940-45; RE- + ENGINEER] * * *
reengrave
v.t., reengraved, reengraving. * * *
reengross
v.t. * * *
reenjoin
v.t. * * *
reenjoy
v.t. * * *
reenjoyment
n. * * *
reenlarge
v., reenlarged, reenlarging. * * *
reenlighten
v.t. * * *
reenlist
/ree'euhn list"/, v.i., v.t. to enlist again. Also, re-enlist. [1820-30; RE- + ENLIST] * * *
reenlistment
/ree'euhn list"meuhnt/, n. 1. an act of reenlisting. 2. a person who reenlists: We've gained 3000 reenlistments this month. 3. the period of service following a reenlistment: His ...
reenroll
v. * * *
reenrollment
n. * * *
reenslave
v.t., reenslaved, reenslaving. * * *
reenter
/ree en"teuhr/, v.t. 1. to enter again: The guests reentered the reception room after dinner. 2. to participate in once more; resume: to reenter politics after a long absence; ...
reentering angle
Geom. an interior angle of a polygon that is greater than 180°. Also called reentrant angle. See diag. under salient. [1690-1700] * * *
reentering polygon
a polygon having one or more reentering angles. * * *
reenthrone
v.t., reenthroned, reenthroning. * * *
reentrance
v.t., reentranced, reentrancing. * * *
reentrant
/ree en"treuhnt/, adj. 1. reentering or pointing inward: a reentrant angle. n. 2. a reentering angle or part. 3. a person or thing that reenters or returns: Reentrants to the ...
reentrant angle
reentrant angle n. in a polygon, an interior angle greater than 180°, with its point turning back into the figure rather than out from it * * *
reentrantangle
reentrant angle also re-entrant angle angle CBA is a reentrant angle Clarinda/Academy Artworks n. In an irregular polygon, an interior angle that is greater than 180° and whose ...
reentrench
v. * * *
reentry
/ree en"tree/, n., pl. reentries. 1. an act of reentering. 2. the return from outer space into the earth's atmosphere of an earth-orbiting satellite, spacecraft, rocket, or the ...
reentry vehicle
the section of a spacecraft or ballistic missile designed to return to earth. * * *
reentryvehicle
reentry vehicle n. Abbr. RV The part of a spacecraft or missile that reenters Earth's atmosphere. * * *
reenumerate
v.t., reenumerated, reenumerating. * * *
reenunciate
v., reenunciated, reenunciating. * * *
reequip
v.t., reequipped, reequipping. * * *
reequipment
n. * * *
reerect
v.t. * * *
reerection
n. * * *
reerupt
v.i. * * *
reeruption
n. * * *
Rees
(1942–) an English astronomer whose work has been important for the study of galaxies (= very large groups of stars). He was made a knight in 1992 and became Astronomer Royal ...
Rees, Leighton Thomas
▪ 2004       Welsh darts player (b. Jan. 17, 1940, Ynysybwl, near Pontypridd, Wales—d. June 8, 2003, Pontypridd), was the first Embassy world professional darts ...
Rees, Sir Martin John
▪ 2004       Armageddon is a favourite theme of science-fiction writers and filmmakers, but it is normally offered as escapist fantasy rather than serious prophecy. When ...
reescalate
v., reescalated, reescalating. * * *
reescalation
n. * * *
Reese, Harold Henry
▪ 2000 “Pee Wee”        American baseball player (b. July 23, 1918, Ekron, Ky.—d. Aug. 14, 1999, Louisville, Ky.), was the premier shortstop of his era, leading ...
Reese, Lizette Woodworth
▪ American poet born Jan. 9, 1856, Baltimore county, Md., U.S. died Dec. 17, 1935, Baltimore, Md.       American poet whose work draws on the images of her rural ...
Reese, Pee Wee
▪ American baseball player and broadcaster byname of  Harold Henry Reese  born July 23, 1918, Ekron, Ky., U.S. died Aug. 14, 1999, Louisville, Ky.   American professional ...
Reese, Terence
▪ 1997       British bridge authority who was one of the game's best players ever and was considered its most outstanding and prolific writer (b. Aug. 28, 1913—d. Jan. ...
reest
reest1 /reest/, v.t. Scot. and North Eng. to cure, smoke, or dry (meat or fish). [1500-10; perh. < Scand; cf. Dan, Norw riste to roast] reest2 /reest/, v.i. Scot. and North ...
reestablish
v.t. * * *
reestimate
v.t., reestimated, reestimating. n. * * *
reestimation
n. * * *
reevacuate
v., reevacuated, reevacuating. * * *
reevacuation
n. * * *
reevaluate
v.t., reevaluated, reevaluating. * * *
reevaluation
n. * * *
reevasion
n. * * *
reeve
reeve1 /reev/, n. 1. an administrative officer of a town or district. 2. Brit. an overseer or superintendent of workers, tenants, or an estate. 3. Brit. (formerly) a person of ...
Reeve, Christopher
▪ 2005       American actor (b. Sept. 25, 1952, New York, N.Y.—d. Oct. 10, 2004, Mount Kisco, N.Y.), was first known to the moviegoing public as the title character in ...
Reeve, Tapping
▪ American educator and jurist born October 1744, Brookhaven, N.Y. died Dec. 13, 1823, Litchfield, Conn., U.S.       U.S. legal educator and jurist.       In ...
Reeves
I. Jim Reeves (1924–64) a US singer of country music, known for his smooth voice. His popular name was ‘Gentleman Jim’. He joined the Grand Ole Opry in 1955, and his ...
Reeves, Steve
▪ American actor in full  Steven Reeves  born January 21, 1926, Glasgow, Montana, U.S. died May 1, 2000, Escondido, California       American bodybuilder and actor. ...
Reeves, Steven
▪ 2001       American bodybuilder and actor (b. Jan. 21, 1926, Glasgow, Mont.—d. May 1, 2000, Escondido, Calif.), reigned as Mr. America of 1947, Mr. World (1948), and ...
Reeves, William Pember
▪ New Zealander statesman born Feb. 10, 1857, Lyttelton, N.Z. died May 16, 1932, London       New Zealand statesman who, as minister of labour (1891–96), wrote the ...
reevict
v.t. * * *
reevidence
v.t., reevidenced, reevidencing. * * *
reexam
/ree'ig zam"/, n. Informal. reexamination. Also, re-exam. [by shortening] * * *
reexamination
reexamination or re-examination [rē΄ig zam΄ə nā′shən] n. 1. a second or repeated examination 2. Law the questioning of one's own witness after, and about matters taken up ...
reexamine
—reexaminable, adj. —reexamination, n. —reexaminer, n. /ree'ig zam"in/, v.t., reexamined, reexamining. 1. to examine again. 2. Law. to examine (a witness) again after ...
reexcavate
v.t., reexcavated, reexcavating. * * *
reexcavation
n. * * *
reexchange
v., reexchanged, reexchanging. * * *
reexecute
v.t., reexecuted, reexecuting. * * *
reexecution
n. * * *
reexercise
v., reexercised, reexercising. * * *
reexhibit
v.t. * * *
reexhibition
n. * * *
reexpand
v. * * *
reexpansion
n. * * *
reexpel
v.t., reexpelled, reexpelling. * * *
reexperience
v., reexperienced, reexperiencing. * * *
reexperiment
v.i., n. * * *
reexplain
v.t. * * *
reexplicate
v.t., reexplicated, reexplicating. * * *
reexplore
v., reexplored, reexploring. * * *
reexport
—reexportation, n. —reexporter, n. v. /ree'ik spawrt", -spohrt", ree ek"spawrt, -spohrt/; n. /ree ek"spawrt, -spohrt/, v.t. 1. to export again, as imported goods. n. 2. the ...
reexpose
v.t., reexposed, reexposing. * * *
reexposition
n. * * *
reexposure
n. * * *
reexpress
v.t. * * *
reexpression
n. * * *
reexpulsion
n. * * *
ref
/ref/, n., v.t., v.i., reffed, reffing. Sports Slang. referee. [1895-1900; by shortening] * * *
Ref Ch
Ref Ch abbrev. Reformed Church * * *
ref.
1. referee. 2. reference. 3. referred. 4. refining. 5. reformation. 6. reformed. 7. refund. 8. refunding. * * *
Ref. Ch.
Reformed Church. * * *
Ref. Pres.
Reformed Presbyterian. * * *
Ref. Sp.
reformed spelling. * * *
refabricate
refabricate [spelling only] * * *
reface
/ree fays"/, v.t., refaced, refacing. 1. to renew, restore, or repair the face or surface of (buildings, stone, etc.). 2. to provide with a new facing, as a garment. [1850-55; ...
Refah Party
or Welfare Party Turkish political party noted for its Islamic orientation. It was founded in 1983 by Necmettin Erbakan. After doing well in local elections in the early 1990s, ...
refamiliarize
v.t., refamiliarized, refamiliarizing. * * *
refashion
v.t. * * *
refasten
v.t. * * *
refect
/ri fekt"/, v.t. Archaic. to refresh, esp. with food or drink. [1425-75; late ME; < L refectus, ptp. of reficere to make again, renew, equiv. to re- RE- + -fec-, comb. form of ...
refection
—refective, adj. —refectorial /ree'fek tawr"ee euhl, -tohr"-/, adj. /ri fek"sheuhn/, n. 1. refreshment, esp. with food or drink. 2. a portion of food or drink; ...
refectory
/ri fek"teuh ree/, n., pl. refectories. a dining hall in a religious house, a college, or other institution. [1475-85; < LL refectorium, equiv. to L refec-, comb. form of ...
refectory table
1. a long, narrow table having a single stretcher between trestlelike supports at the ends. 2. a narrow dining table having extensible ends. [1920-25] * * *
refectorytable
refectory table n. A long table with straight, heavy legs. * * *
refederalize
v., refederalized, refederalizing. * * *
refederate
v., refederated, refederating. * * *
refederation
n. * * *
refeed
v., refed, refeeding. * * *
refeel
v., refelt, refeeling. * * *
refel
/ri fel"/, v.t., refelled, refelling. Obs. to refute or disprove. [1520-30; < L refellere, equiv. to re- RE- + -fellere (comb. form of fallere to deceive)] * * *
refence
v.t., refenced, refencing. * * *
refer
—referable, referrable, referrible /ref"euhr euh beuhl, ri ferr"-/, adj. —referrer, n. /ri ferr"/, v., referred, referring. v.t. 1. to direct for information or anything ...
referable
See refer. * * *
referee
/ref'euh ree"/, n., v., refereed, refereeing. n. 1. one to whom something is referred, esp. for decision or settlement; arbitrator. 2. (in certain games and sports) a judge ...
reference
/ref"euhr euhns, ref"reuhns/, n., v., referenced, referencing. n. 1. an act or instance of referring. 2. a mention; allusion. 3. something for which a name or designation stands; ...
reference book
1. a book containing useful facts or specially organized information, as an encyclopedia, dictionary, atlas, yearbook, etc. 2. Also called pass, passbook. South African. a ...
reference electrode
Physical Chem. an electrode of known oxidation potential used in determining the electromotive force of a galvanic cell. [1925-30] * * *
reference frame
Physics. See frame of reference (def. 2). [1920-25] * * * or frame of reference Coordinate system that allows description of time and position of points relative to a ...
reference group
Sociol. a group with which an individual identifies and whose values the individual accepts as guiding principles. [1940-45] * * *
reference library
reference library or reference department n. a library, or a department of a large library, whose collection is open for use on the premises only * * *
reference mark
1. Survey. a permanent mark set at a specific distance in a specific direction from a survey station so as to permit accurate reestablishment of the station. 2. any of various ...
reference section
➡ libraries * * *
referencebook
reference book n. 1. A book, such as a dictionary or encyclopedia, to which one can refer for authoritative information. 2. See passbook. * * *
referenceframe
reference frame n. See frame of reference. * * *
referencer
See reference. * * *
referendum
/ref'euh ren"deuhm/, n., pl. referendums, referenda /-deuh/. 1. the principle or practice of referring measures proposed or passed by a legislative body to the vote of the ...
referendum and initiative
Electoral devices by which voters express their wishes regarding government policy or proposed legislation. Obligatory referenda are those required by law. Optional referenda ...
referent
/ref"euhr euhnt/, n. 1. the object or event to which a term or symbol refers. 2. Logic. the first term in a proposition to which succeeding terms relate. [1835-45; < L referent- ...
referential
—referentially, adv. /ref'euh ren"sheuhl/, adj. 1. having reference: referential to something. 2. containing a reference. 3. used for reference. [1650-60; REFERENT + -IAL] * * *
referentially
See referencer. * * *
referral
/ri ferr"euhl/, n. 1. an act of referring; the state of being referred. 2. an instance of referring. 3. a person recommended to someone or for something. [1930-35; REFER + ...
referred pain
Pathol. pain felt in an area remote from the site of origin. Also called synalgia. [1895-1900] * * *
referredpain
re·ferred pain (rĭ-fûrdʹ) n. Pain that is felt in a part of the body at a distance from the area of pathology, as pain in the right shoulder derived from the presence of a ...
referrer
See referable. * * *
refertilizable
adj. * * *
refertilize
v.t., refertilized, refertilizing. * * *
reffo
/ref"oh/, n., pl. reffos. Australian Informal. an immigrant, esp. one who has been in Australia only a short time. [1940-45; REF(UGEE) + -O] * * *
refight
v., refought, refighting. * * *
refigure
v.t., refigured, refiguring. * * *
refile
v., refiled, refiling. * * *
refill
—refillable, adj., n. v. /ree fil"/; n. /ree"fil'/, v.t., v.i. 1. to fill again. n. 2. a material, supply, or the like, to replace something that has been used up: a refill for ...
refilm
v.t. * * *
refilter
v.t. * * *
refinance
/ree'fi nans", ree fuy"nans/, v.t., refinanced, refinancing. 1. to finance again. 2. to satisfy (a debt) by making another loan on new terms: She just refinanced her mortgage. 3. ...
refinancer
See refinance. * * *
refinancier
See refinancer. * * *
refinancing
➡ mortgages * * *
refind
v.t., refound, refinding. * * *
refine
—refinable, adj. —refiner, n. /ri fuyn"/, v., refined, refining. v.t. 1. to bring to a fine or a pure state; free from impurities: to refine metal, sugar, or petroleum. 2. to ...
refined
—refinedly /ri fuy"nid lee, -fuynd"-/, adv. —refinedness, n. /ri fuynd"/, adj. 1. having or showing well-bred feeling, taste, etc.: refined people. 2. freed or free from ...
refinement
/ri fuyn"meuhnt/, n. 1. fineness or elegance of feeling, taste, manners, language, etc. 2. an instance of refined feeling, manners, etc. 3. the act or process of refining. 4. the ...
refiner
See refine. * * *
refinery
/ri fuy"neuh ree/, n., pl. refineries. an establishment for refining something, as metal, sugar, or petroleum. [1720-30; REFINE + -ERY] * * *
refinger
v. * * *
refinish
—refinisher, n. /ree fin"ish/, v.t. to give a new surface to (wood, furniture, etc.). [1930-35; RE- + FINISH] * * *
refinisher
See refinish. * * *
refire
v., refired, refiring. * * *
refit
/ree fit"/, v., refitted, refitting, n. v.t. 1. to fit, prepare, or equip again. v.i. 2. to renew supplies or equipment. 3. to get refitted. n. 4. an act of refitting. [1660-70; ...
refix
v.t., refixed, refixing. * * *
refl
refl abbrev. 1. reflection 2. reflective 3. reflex 4. reflexive * * *
refl.
1. reflection. 2. reflective. 3. reflex. 4. reflexive. * * *
reflag
/ree flag"/, v.t., reflagged, reflagging. to register (a foreign ship) so that it flies the flag of the registering nation and thereby comes under the latter's ...
reflate
/ri flayt"/, v., reflated, reflating. v.i. 1. to increase again the amount of money and credit in circulation. v.t. 2. to increase (money and credit) again. [1930-35; back ...
reflation
—reflationary /ri flay"sheuh ner'ee/, adj. /ri flay"sheuhn/, n. restoration of economic activity, consumer prices, etc., to higher levels by manipulating monetary ...
reflect
—reflectedly, adv. —reflectedness, n. —reflectibility, n. —reflectible, adj. —reflectingly, adv. /ri flekt"/, v.t. 1. to cast back (light, heat, sound, etc.) from a ...
reflectance
/ri flek"teuhns/, n. Physics, Optics. the ratio of the intensity of reflected radiation to that of the radiation incident on a surface. Cf. albedo. [1925-30; REFLECT + -ANCE] * * ...
reflected plan
a plan, as of a room, taken as seen from above but having the outlines of some upper surface, as a vault or compartmented ceiling, projected downward upon it so that a part that ...
reflecting telescope
reflecting telescope n. any of several telescopes having as the objective a paraboloid mirror mounted at the lower end of the tube and using various systems of mirrors for ...
reflecting telescope.
See under telescope (def. 1). Also called reflector. [1695-1705] * * *
reflectingtelescope
re·flect·ing telescope (rĭ-flĕkʹtĭng) Newton's reflecting telescope; f indicates the focus Clarinda/Academy Artworks n. A telescope in which light from the object is ...
reflection
—reflectional, adj. —reflectionless, adj. /ri flek"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of reflecting or the state of being reflected. 2. an image; representation; counterpart. 3. a fixing ...
reflection nebula
Astron. a cloud of interstellar gas and dust that reflects the light of neighboring stars. [1935-40] * * *
reflection plane
Crystall. a plane through a crystal that divides the crystal into two halves that are mirror images of each other. Also called symmetry plane. Cf. symmetry element. [1970-75] * * ...
reflectional
See reflection. * * *
reflective
—reflectively, adv. —reflectiveness, reflectivity /ree'flek tiv"i tee/, n. /ri flek"tiv/, adj. 1. that reflects; reflecting. 2. of or pertaining to reflection. 3. cast by ...
reflectively
See reflective. * * *
reflectiveness
See reflectively. * * *
reflectivity
re·flec·tiv·i·ty (rē'flĕk-tĭvʹĭ-tē) n. pl. re·flec·tiv·i·ties 1. The quality of being reflective. 2. The ability to reflect. 3. Physics. The ratio of the energy of ...
reflectometer
/ree'flek tom"i teuhr, ri-/, n. Optics. a device for measuring reflectance. [1890-95; REFLECT + -O- + -METER] * * *
reflector
/ri flek"teuhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that reflects. 2. a body, surface, or device that reflects light, heat, sound, or the like. 3. See reflecting telescope. 4. a substance, ...
reflectorize
—reflectorization, n. /ri flek"teuh ruyz'/, v.t., reflectorized, reflectorizing. to treat something so that it reflects light: to reflectorize license plates. Also, esp. Brit., ...
reflet
/reuh flay"/, n. an effect of brilliance or luster due to the reflection of light on a surface, esp. of pottery; iridescence. [1860-65; < F, earlier reflès < It riflesso ...
reflex
—reflexly, adv. —reflexness, n. adj., n. /ree"fleks/; v. /ri fleks"/, adj. 1. Physiol. noting or pertaining to an involuntary response to a stimulus, the nerve impulse from a ...
reflex angle
Geom. an angle greater than 180° and less than 360°. [1895-1900] * * *
reflex arc
Physiol. the nerve pathways followed by an impulse during a reflex. [1880-85] * * *
reflex camera
a camera in which the image appears on a ground-glass viewer (focusing screen) after being reflected by a mirror or after passing through a prism or semitransparent glass; in one ...
reflexangle
reflex angle Clarinda/Academy Artworks n. An angle greater than 180° and less than 360°. * * *
reflexarc
reflex arc n. Physiology The neural path of a reflex. * * *
reflexcamera
reflex camera n. A camera fitted with a mirror that reflects the image of an object or a scene onto a viewing screen so that focus, lighting, and composition may be evaluated. * ...
reflexed
/ri flekst", ree"flekst/, adj. bent backward or downward, as a leaf. [1350-1400; ME: reflected; see REFLEX, -ED2] * * *
reflexion
/ri flek"sheuhn/, n. Chiefly Brit. reflection. * * *
reflexive
—reflexively, adv. —reflexiveness, reflexivity /ree'flek siv"i tee/, n. /ri flek"siv/, adj. 1. Gram. a. (of a verb) taking a subject and object with identical referents, as ...
reflexively
See reflexive. * * *
reflexiveness
See reflexively. * * *
reflexivity
See reflexively. * * *
reflexivize
—reflexivization, n. /ri flek"seuh vuyz'/, v.t. to make (a verb or pronoun) reflexive. Also, esp. Brit., reflexivise. [1960-65; REFLEXIVE + -IZE] * * *
reflexologist
See reflexology. * * *
reflexology
—reflexologist, n. /ree'flek sol"euh jee/, n. 1. a system of massaging specific areas of the foot or sometimes the hand in order to promote healing, relieve stress, etc., in ...
refloat
v. * * *
reflourish
reflourish [spelling only] * * *
reflow
n., v. * * *
reflower
v. * * *
refluence
See refluent. * * *
reflux
/ree"fluks'/, n. a flowing back; ebb. [1400-50; late ME < ML refluxus. See RE-, FLUX] * * *
refly
v., reflew, reflown, reflying. * * *
reflyable
adj. * * *
refocus
v., refocused, refocusing or (esp. Brit.) refocussed, refocussing. * * *
refold
v. * * *
reforecast
v.t., reforecast or reforecasted, reforecasting. * * *
reforest
—reforestation, n. /ree fawr"ist, -for"-/, v.t. to replant trees on (land denuded by cutting or fire). [1880-85; RE- + FOREST] * * *
reforestation
See reforest. * * *
reforfeit
v.t. * * *
reforfeiture
n. * * *
reforge
v.t., reforged, reforging. * * *
reforgeable
adj. * * *
reform
—reformable, adj. —reformability, reformableness, n. —reformative, adj. —reformatively, adv. —reformativeness, n. —reformingly, adv. /ri fawrm"/, n. 1. the ...
Reform Acts
three British Acts of Parliament passed during the 19th century to change the way Members of Parliament were elected and to allow more people to vote. The first Reform Act (1832) ...
Reform Bill
Eng. Hist. any of the bills passed by Parliament (1832, 1867, 1884) providing for an increase in the number of voters in elections for the House of Commons, esp. the bill of 1832 ...
Reform Bill of 1832
British parliamentary act that expanded the electorate. It transferred voting privileges from the small rural boroughs controlled by the nobility and gentry to the heavily ...
Reform Bill of 1867
British parliamentary act that extended the vote to many workingmen in the towns and cities, creating a major working-class constituency for the first time. It was largely ...
Reform Bill of 1884–85
British parliamentary act that gave the vote to agricultural workers. In 1885 the Redistribution Act equalized representation on the basis of 50,000 voters for each member of ...
Reform Club
a club in Pall Mall, London, England, established in 1832 by supporters of the first Reform Act. Its later members were mainly supporters of the Liberal Party. In modern times it ...
Reform flask
an English salt-glazed stoneware flask of the early 19th century formed as an effigy of one of the figures connected with the Reform Bill of 1832. * * *
Reform Jew
a Jew who adheres to a system of religious worship adapted from Orthodox Judaism to meet the demands of contemporary life, frequently simplifying or rejecting traditional ...
Reform Judaism
Judaism as observed by Reform Jews. [1900-05] * * * Religious movement that has modified or abandoned many traditional Jewish beliefs and practices in an effort to adapt Judaism ...
Reform Party
Political movement in Canada in the 1830s and '40s. Reformers in Upper Canada (later Ontario) led by Robert Baldwin urged that provincial governments be made accountable to ...
reform school
reformatory (def. 2). [1855-60, Amer.] * * *
Reforma, La
(1854–76) Liberal political and social revolution in Mexico under the principal leadership of Benito Juárez. It began with the removal of the dictator Antonio Santa Anna and ...

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