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Rees

(rēs),
H. Maynard, 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Rees-Ecker fluid.
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Gavin Rees (left) in action against Andreas Kotelnik
He said Rees had telephoned Rebecca's best friend in the minutes after she died and ended the conversation "cheers, ta-ra".
With lifestyle changes, we are trying to bring the school back into homes where the parent can work with us,'' Rees said.
But when Mr Rees landed, he refused to go through immigration and demanded to be put on a plane to England.
Rees and Grayson swapped penalties in the opening 10 minutes, before Wasps edged ahead with a fifth penalty from Rees.
But when Broner goaded about him "being smaller than the microphone" as it was lowered for the 5ft 4ins Welshman to speak, Rees quickly replied: "You'll be looking up at me Saturday night when I put you on the floor
I know I've got what it takes to beat Rees and get the British title.
Replacement fly-half Dai Flanagan dropped a goal for a 13-6 lead, soon cut to 13-9 by an angled Rees penalty.
This is by far and away the biggest night of Watson's boxing career, and he will get no help from the legions of Rees fans packed into the Newport Leisure Centre.
Anthony Rees was found dead at the flat he shared with his girlfriend Deborah Haskins in Glyncoch, Pontypridd, on February 6.
12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The White House Writers Group is pleased to announce that Matthew Rees has joined the firm.
A BRITISH soldier killed in a road accident in Iraq was named yesterday as Gulf War hero Sgt Wayne Rees.