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Rees

(rēs),
H. Maynard, 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Rees-Ecker fluid.
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REEs are vital components of most electronic products like cellular phones, computer hard drives, televisions, and even electric vehicles.
Resabal said there are no known sources nor studies on REEs and their research shows that these valuable metals can finally be found in the Philippines.
"Amazingly, we will have 15 members of the Rees family present for the June events - all from the Bahamas and the USA.
Rees went into the Red Lion pub in Cardigan on the evening of April 2 last year with the airsoft weapon - a type of low-power smooth-bore air gun - tucked into his trousers.
Judge Eleri Rees discharged Mr Shepherd and thanked the jury for their work.
Rees wanted to share his experiences from the fatal car crash.
Now based in Totnes, it was Rees' first competitive outing back in the region after more than a decade.
Rees missing a dead straight 25 metre penalty on the stroke of half time to leave the score at 18-7.
One Arkansas Supreme Court justice wrote, "I note a pattern of serious misconduct with respect to conflicts of interest" with Rees.
Both men lack power (Rees's KO percentage is 43, Mezaache's is just 20) and have decent chins (Rees has not been stopped in 37 fights, Mezaache once in 26) so it could be long.