Reese


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Reese

(rēs),
Algernon B., U.S. ophthalmologist, 1896-1981. See: Cogan-Reese syndrome.
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When Abraham mentioned that he was a Pentecostal Christian and that his status as a religious minority had contributed to his mistreatment in Eritrea, Reese pounced.
Delighted Springhill coach Frank Delaney stated Reese was a credit to his club, while also predicted the sky was the limit for the silky operator.
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The text highlights love, Charlotte's vulnerability, and Reese's redefinition of herself.
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Reese Yeatman will continue to operate as "Reese Yeatman Insurance" from its downtown Bethesda location.
Throughout his career, Reese has served in various capacities in state government and agriculture leadership.
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Freeman Reese was acquitted of the terrible crime committed more than 70 years ago in Burton-on-Trent.