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ren (rěn)
n. pl. re·nes (rē'nēz)
A kidney.

The American Heritage® Stedman's Medical Dictionary
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  • The door to the corridor opened and ren Gravenard stepped in.

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  • ren looked at the fine black pointer on the gravity potentiometer.

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  • ren took one of the report sheets and figured rapidly on its back.

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  • "Thank you, sir," ren said, his voice choked with gratitude.

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  • Finally ren broke his long silence and talked to him about what he was discovering.

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  • "These are sane, too," ren said, studying Ford keenly from hidden eyes.

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  • While ren was talking he had a curious feeling, far back in the depths of his mind.

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