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ret

[ret]
(chemistry)
The reduction or digestion of fibers (usually linen) by enzymes.

RET.

On drawings, abbr. for return.
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Yaqoob, who opined that focused R and D efforts in RETs could help make environment cleaner, and energy supplies cost-effective, with healthy outcomes for public health.
The construction of the RETs, Medalla told the Philippine Daily Inquirer, would allow a plane to immediately exit the runway in seconds and give way to other landing aircraft making the activities almost simultaneous.
FNIS has been involved with NAR during the development of the RETS standard from the initial development, and continues to be active in the evolution of the RETS standard.
In addition, the Clean Site triple-band solution with RET control and two dual AISG-compliant TMAs can replace older installed passive antennas without changing the visual impact of the system.
Since its introduction, the use of RETS continues to grow among MLSs.