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Reid

(rēd),
Robert W., Scottish anatomist, 1851-1939. See: Reid base line.
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Alternet also posted a plea for Richard Durbin, warning that Harry Reid could not be expected to fight antiabortion Justices nominated to the Supreme Court under Bush.
For 2004, Reid reports that most of their marketing is via e-mail, "although we still do some traditional direct mail, #10 packages, wraps, trials.
Reid often referred to his works as "artefakes," Tippett reveals in the book, but also saw them as examples of fine art that deserved to be on display in museums and art galleries.
Dr Reid who revels in his tough-guy image, then gave her a "ferocious dressing-down".
The purchase of PSC has increased the number of presses at Reid from eight to 13.
Reid is confident enough in his coated lenses that he wore one in his own left eye for a week while wearing an ordinary silicone lens in his right eye.
Reid was in Brazil supporting her boyfriend who took home the gold in the 4AaAaAeAa2 meter freestyle relay.
Anthony Reid, aged 22, of Robin Hood Road, Willenhall, Coventry, pleaded guilty to charges of assault causing actual bodily harm and assault by beating.
Sheriff Wyllie Robertson jailed Duncan Reid for almost three years, saying "sometimes some woman have to be protected from themselves".
Gerard Reid Snr tied up his Sri Lankan associate and held him captive for five days in his Kirkby home.
Reid of Amherst, MA, died Saturday, November 21, at the age of 96, in her sleep.