This is even shared by those like rep Devin Nunes (R-CA) who has long advocated for a clean CR.
“She has been friends for him for a long time,” the rep wrote.
Jonathan wore a blue pinstripe suit, with a requisite American flag pin, a white Oxford, and a rep tie.
“In this neck of the woods you can buy it at Turkey Hills and gas stations like that,” the rep says.
The Cheneys exhibit indecent haste in their attempt at rep rehab.
repertoire, rep′ėr-twor, n. the list of musical works which a performer is ready to perform.
We ain't the sort o' characters to presoom on our rep'tations—they're bad.
She sat down in a rep chair at his right, and they looked at each other.
The seats were covered with rep, but must have had haircloth on them at one time.
The windows have green Venetian blinds and rep curtains; and there is a gasalier; but it is a convert to electric lighting.
1705 as abbreviation of reputation (n.); upon rep "I swear it" was a common 18c. slang asseveration. As a shortening of repetition (n.) it is recorded from 1864, originally school slang; as a shortening of representative (n.), especially "sales representative," it is attested from 1896. As an abbreviation of repertory (company) it is recorded from 1925.
Roentgen-equivalent-physical; a unit of absorbed radiation dose, equal to the amount of ionizing radiation that will transfer 93 ergs of energy to 1 gram of water or living tissue.
Reputation: gettin' the rep a not havin' a big schnozz (1705+)
A representative: The sales rep from Kokomo (1896+)
: Both of whom are repped by yours truly
: a rep company
Repertory: She played in rep a couple years (1925+ Theater)
A repetition: I mused on this while I did 15 reps at 250 (1864+)