Ratel



[reyt-l, raht-l] /ˈreɪt l, ˈrɑt l/

noun
1.
a badgerlike carnivore, Mellivora capensis, of Africa and India.
/ˈreɪtəl/
noun
1.
Also called honey badger. a musteline mammal, Mellivora capensis, inhabiting wooded regions of Africa and S Asia. It has a massive body, strong claws, and a thick coat that is paler on the back and it feeds on honey and small animals
2.
(South African) a six-wheeled armoured vehicle

Raytheon Automatic Test Equipment Language. For analog and digital computer controlled test centres. “Automatic Testing via a Distributed Intelligence Processing System”, S.J. Ring, IEEE AUTOTESTCON 77 (Nov 1977).

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