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Rex

[Latin, The king.] The phrase used to designate the king as the party prosecuting an accused in a criminal action, such as an action entitled Rex v. Doe.

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Institutions and museums throughout the state invite paying volunteers of all ages to help unearth everything from Griffen, the 150-million- year-old stegosaurus, to maiasaur nesting sites, troodon eggs, daspletosaurs, and even Tyrannosaurus rexes.
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