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Rees

(rēs),
H. Maynard, 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Rees-Ecker fluid.
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Mr Rees was awarded a total of pounds 1,150 for the inconvenience and expense caused when Egyptair cabin staff failed to wake him on a flight from Bangkok in Thailand to the Philippines, in January 1996.
Robert Morrison Rees was born in San Diego 56 years ago to a physician and nurse who had met at New York's Bellevue Hospital, known even more then for treating the city's poor.
Rees started his finance career with the British Steel Corporation.
Warrington Crown Court heard that when challenged about the claims by a senior officer at the council, Rees said he would pay back the FLA to the council.
But for one awful moment it looked as if Rees might be denied the fi-nal raised arm that he so richly deserved.
When she was returning there on June 19 this year she was approached by Rees who was crying.
Wimberly sent a letter and email to Rees admitting her thefts.
LLANDOVERY: Tries - S Soul, P Edwards; cons - C Rees (2); pens - C Rees (3) BRIDGEND: Pens - D Flanagan (4)
I need that next fight, I was ring rusty," added Rees.
Ryan Rees, 31, stabbed Mr Smith in Yarrowford, Selkirkshire, the next day.
Rees, of Hawthorn, Pon-typridd, grabbed Rebecca around the neck during an argument and held her until she went limp, Cardiff Crown Court heard.