Reil


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Reil

(rēl),
Johann C., German physician, neurologist, and histologist, 1759-1813. See: Reil ansa, Reil band, Reil ribbon, Reil triangle, limiting sulcus of Reil, circular sulcus of Reil, island of Reil.
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Studex provides no-cost displays and point-of-purchase information at each retail locale, Reil explains.
The REIL system is used to identify the threshold (approach end) of a visual or instrument non-precision runway and provides guidance to pilots during the approach for landing.
Reil will be charged with armed robbery while masked, resisting arrest, speeding, failing to stop for police, and reckless driving, and he will be cited for a marked lanes violation and for driving an uninspected vehicle.
Reil says the industry is being disrupted in terms of hardware, distribution, business models, content, feedback and analytics.
Once there, the situation turned "threatening," as the trio demanded the $10 and confronted the victim's young daughter while one of the Reil sisters reportedly brandished a knife, Montgomery said.
For the past three years, Reil has organized The Vagina Monologues, hiring all the cast and crew for the popular show.
Mr Reil said: "I've really been enjoying the day so far, it's been really fantastic.
MODEL CITIZENS: Lord Mayor for the day Jimmy Reil on the town hall balcony with Beatles waxworks Pic: COLIN LANE/CL200808M
Reil said he knows he has much work to do, but still was savoring the moment.
Mr Reil, 62, from Aintree, and his wife Pat were overseeing a number of 20 08 civic events including a visit to the International Slavery Museum and the unveiling of a new Beatles portrait.