GLOSSARY 343 Racial: Relating to a race or tribe. Rulson d'fttre: A reason for being; a reason or an excuse for existing. Ennlficatlon: A branch; the act of branching. Rampjwt: Unrestrained; unbridled; unchecked; exceeding all bounds. Random-spontaneous; Spontaneous in origin and random in effect, Rational: Reasonable; sensible; judicious. Rationale: An explanation of reasons or principles; the reasons or principles themselves. Recalcitrant: Refractory; resisting; refusing to submit. Recession: The act of receding or withdrawing; a withdrawal; a lowing away, RecAeiive characteristic: A characteristic or trait that may be ktent or hidden in one generation but (under the proper conditions) active in the next. Recondite: Hidden; obscure. Redintegrate: Recall to memory; arouse by association. Refoule langue: A tongue-ram; a tongue-compressor. R«fi« act or movement; An act performed involuntarily in response to a stimulus. Refractory: Unmanageable; unruly; unyielding; obstinate. Refutation s The act or process of refuting or disproving. Remedial: Relating to a remedy; intended as a remedy; acting as a remedy* Ramiaiacettt: Recalling the past; dwelling upon the past. Remission: Discharge from penalty; pardon; forgiveness. Renal calculi: " Kidney gravelM; a disease in which gravel-like bodies are present in the kidneys. E«0gtde: Unfaithful; false; deserting; apostate. Reparation: The act or process of repairing; restoration to health.