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1. Regulation M

2. regional economics

3. rotation

4. rivet

5. Reciprocal Discovery

6. Ratings Point

7. repose

8. Rail Transit

9. retaliatory suits

10. Real Estate Property Tax Deduction

11. readily ascertainable

12. Red List Of Threatened Animals

13. Recareering

14. retain

15. realize

16. Revocable trust

17. Real Wage

18. retirement readiness

19. radius gauge

20. rating agencies

21. revenue recognition

22. risk-based capital (RBC) requirements

23. Random Access Memory (RAM)

24. real return after tax

25. recurring clause

26. Revenue sharing

27. Replacement Product

28. retail price

29. Realized volatility

30. Rents On Land

31. rigged market

32. Real body

33. Reply Brief

34. Rybczynski Theorem

35. Risk Based Pricing

36. Relative Valuation Models

37. Relative yield

38. R

39. relocation

40. reputational risk

41. revenue account

42. Re-entrants To A Level Of Education

43. running total

44. raised check

45. Responsible Organisation

46. Relative Economic Strength Forecasting Approach

47. Risk premium

48. rent commencement date

49. reversion

50. removal

51. Rumortrage

52. Retail Investor

53. RRSP

54. risk purchasing group (RPG)

55. Recording Acts

56. Rebate Option

57. restatement

58. renewable

59. residual process

60. ring

61. retail sales index

62. right of offset

63. Road Passengers Embarked

64. Reckless

65. Retired-lives

66. rheostat

67. Reversing trade

68. Roll over

69. Reaction

70. ridge course

71. reimburse

72. Ratio Scales

73. reciprocal of European terms

74. Reportable Event

75. roofing tie in

76. redemption, equitable right of

77. Rate of interest

78. Renegotiable Rate Mortgage (rrm)

79. Registered check

80. Reciprocal Currency

81. risk smoothing

82. Rate Of Return Regulation


84. Reference (border) Price

85. Round-turn

86. Reference Year (in Context Of PPPs)

87. regulated consumer credit agreement

88. roof pitch

89. rewire

90. Reverse shell merger

91. Reverse Mortgage (HECM)

92. Russell 2000 Index

93. Risk-adjusted profitability

94. right to rescission

95. Router

96. rich lime

97. rafter table

98. Real Estate Broker

99. Reports and Records

100. resaw

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Information Disclosure Statement (IDS)

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a list of all patents, publications, U.S. applications, or other information submitted for consideration by the Office in a non-provisional patent application filed under 35 U.S.C. § 111(a) to comply with applicant's duty to submit to the Office information which is material to patentability of the invention claimed in the non-provisional application. For patent applications filed under 35 U.S.C. § 111(a), applicants and other individuals who are substantively involved in preparing or prosecuting a patent application must submit to the Office information which is material to patentability (could render a claim unpatentable) as defined in 37 CFR § 1.56. The provisions of 37 CFR § 1.97 and 37  CFR § 1.98 provide a mechanism for compliance with the duty of disclosure provided in 37 CFR § 1.56. The IDS must include a list of all patents, publications, U.S. applications, or other information submitted for consideration by the Office. The USPTO provides forms for use in the submission of an IDS, the PTO/SB/08a and PTO/SB/08b. -- see 37 CFR §§§ 1.56, 1.97 and 1.98and MPEP 609 for more

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