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Law the answer made by a plaintiff or petitioner to a defendant's case

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[ri′plī]
(communications)
A radio-frequency signal or combination of signals transmitted by a transponder in response to an interrogation. Also known as response.

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References in classic literature ?
Yes," quietly replied Barbicane, "but it did burst.
Yes," replied Barbicane, "and for another reason more important still.
Undoubtedly," replied Barbicane composedly, "or our experiment would produce no result.
Of course you know the alternative,' replied the visitor coolly.
I was not present myself,' replied the visitor, 'and in consequence of your firm refusal to give your card to Doctor Slammer, I was desired by that gentleman to identify the wearer of a very uncommon coat--a bright blue dress-coat, with a gilt button displaying a bust, and the letters "P.
Winkle replied in the affirmative; and perceiving that he had not alarmed his companion sufficiently, changed his ground.
he's out, or he would have murdered him,' replied Noah.
Meat, ma'am, meat,' replied Bumble, with stern emphasis.
My friends," replied Barbicane, "I did not undertake this journey in order to form an opinion on the past habitability of our satellite; but I will add that our personal observations only confirm me in this opinion.
Granted," replied Nicholl, "but why should not these two motions have been equal, as they are really so?
Somebody went out just now, but I think it was the attic which had been a cleaning of himself,' replied the girl.
Creevy--La Creevy,' replied the voice, as a yellow headdress bobbed over the banisters.