Definition of Rybat

1. a dressed building stone [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rybat

ruttle
ruttles
rutylene
rvalue
rvalues
rwanda
rya
rya rug
ryal
ryals
ryanodine
ryanodine receptor calcium release channel
ryanodines
ryas
rybat (current term)
rybats
rydberg
rydberg constant
rydberg unit
ryders
rye
rye bread
rye breads
rye ergot
rye flake
rye flakes
rye smut
rye whiskey

Literary usage of Rybat

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1. Final Report of the Kennedy Assassination Records Review Boardby John R. Tunheim by John R. Tunheim (1999)
""rybat" is a CIA crypt that meant "secret," and ... the CIA agreed to release the crypt "rybat" in two places elsewhere in the document at issue, ..."

2. Popular Geology: A Series of Lectures Read Before the Philosophical by Hugh Miller, Harriet Myrtle (1860)
"Both rybat and skull had come from an ancient burying-ground, situated on a projecting angle of the table, and above. ..."

3. Term Reports in the Court of King's Bench by Great Britain Court of King's Bench, Charles Durnford, Edward Hyde East (1817)
"Thomas rybat ? If so, the verdict to stand;—if not, then a ver- 1786. diet to be entered for the defendant upon the first issue for the sum of io/. ioj., ..."

4. Charters of the Abbey of Crosraguel by Crosraguel Abbey (1886)
"The window rybat, arch, and hood mould, with its carved end and apex, are fairly entire, and sufficient of the tracery remains to indicate its general ..."

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