# Reif

## Definitions

• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
• n Reif rēf Robbery; spoil.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
• n reif See reef.
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## Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
AS. reáf,

## Usage

### In literature:

You can congratulate yourself that you've got such a lodger as Reif.
"The Idler Magazine, Vol III. May 1893" by Various
He tossed the weapon to Reif, whose eyes lit up.
Come on now, Reif, and shave me.
"The Monster and Other Stories" by Stephen Crane
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### In news:

I should like to point out a numerical misnomer of sorts in Rita Reif's article "This Architect's Eyes Are Fixed Upon the Sea", about the ship-model collector Der Scutt.
As director of the gallery called Daedalus Ancient Art, I would like to clarify a point in Rita Reif's article on our recent exhibition "Prehistoric Eskimo Ivories".
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has named Rafael Reif, an electrical engineer born in Venezuela, as its 17th president.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has named Rafael Reif , an electrical engineer born in Venezuela, as its 17th president.
Norbert Reif and Floyd Williams assemble artificial poppies for separate veterans organizations.
Reif Cohen sees subscriber improvement in second half of year.
REIF ERICKSON is one of the artists participating in the 19th annual Autumn Arts Studio Tour in Placer County.
Golfer Cole Reif (right) waits his turn on the Nichols Park course.
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### In science:

Reif, Fundamentals of Statistical and Thermal Physics.
Fixed point theorems on partial randomness
The opacityguarantee problem would however be equivalent if this quantiﬁcation ranged over the wider set of perfect information strategies, as already argumented by Reif in : along a play, Robert’s possible behaviors are not restricted by observation-based strategies.
Opacity Issues in Games with Imperfect Information
We remind the construction from , which is strongly inspired from the one described by Reif in : Let A = (V, D, obs , act, v0 , S) be a game with opacity condition.
Opacity Issues in Games with Imperfect Information
Reif (1984): The complexity of two-player games of incomplete information.
Opacity Issues in Games with Imperfect Information
This is based on the approach of of Reif and Sen but we follow a simpler description given in for planar hulls.
Efficient cache oblivious algorithms for randomized divide-and-conquer on the multicore model
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