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Rey·nolds

(ren'ŏldz),
Osborne, English physicist, 1842-1912. See: Reynolds number.
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In a statement released yesterday, Mr Reynolds' family thanked the public for their condolences and support before announcing his Funeral Mass will take place on Thursday.
Reynolds has 19 years of insurance underwriting experience.
According to Page Six, Reynolds tie up ensures that his alcohol is served in Branson's Virgin Atlantic flights.
Reynolds died aged 82 on September 6 at a hospital in Jupiter, Florida.
Bobby Bowden, former longtime football coach at Florida State University, where Reynolds was a player, opened the service with a prayer and went on to tell stories from throughout the actor's life.
Reynolds, a Democrat from Missouri City, was convicted in 2015 on misdemeanor charges for illegally soliciting clients for his personal injury practice and sentenced to a year in jail.
Reynolds was known for starring in films including The Longest Yard, Smokey And The Bandit and 1997's Boogie Nights, for which he was nominated for the Academy Award for best supporting actor.
"The Legend of Frosty the Snowman" (2005) Reynolds narrated this animated flick.
The Reynolds and Reynolds Company, a provider of automobile dealership software, services, and forms, has received the top award for the Reynolds Retail Management System in the 2018 Dealers' Choice Awards from Auto Dealer Monthly.
A tweet by Reynolds on April 29 said, 'From a guy who never knows when to quit, I'm glad you guys never did.
Richard Reynolds stood in the dock at Hamilton Sheriff Court last week and pleaded guilty to driving a car whilst under the influence of alcohol in Denholm Drive, Coltness, on March 11 this year.