retial


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re·ti·al

(rē'shē-ăl),
Relating to a rete.

re·ti·al

(rē'shē-ăl)
Relating to a rete.
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"Most of 2,800 people which will be hired this year will work in the sector of retial (Teknosa, Carrefoursa and Diasa)," he said.
Quebec City) composed of 1.1 million square feet of retial
(2002): Agriculture (100-999); Mining/Construction (1000-1999), excluding 1300-1399); Food (2000-2111); Textiles/Printing (2200-2799_; Chemicals (2800-2824, 2840-2899); Pharmaceuticals (2830-2836); Extractive industries (1300-1399); (2900-2999); Durable goods manufacturing (3000-3999; excluding 3570-3579 and 3670-3679); Transportation (4000-4899); Utilities (4900-4899); Utilities (4900-4999); Retial (5000-5999); Services (7000-8999, excluding 737-379); Computers (3570-3579, 3670-3679, 7370-7379).
The retial system of the locomotor muscles in the thresher shark (Alopias vulpinus).
Their customers include major food retial chain distribution centres and a number of snack food manufactures.
Dance studios, miniature golf, batting cages, a nightclub, Broadway showcases, jazz clubs, ballet on a small scale, museums, retial restaurants, the new Disney World-type interactive rides, an IMAX type film and a 360 degree film experience are all being discussed for a mall-type space.