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REHRobert E. Howard (author)
REHRenewable Energy Holdings PLC
REHRuth Eckerd Hall (est. 1983; performing arts venue; Tampa, FL)
REHRoyal Edinburgh Hospital (Scotland, UK)
REHRetinyl Ester Hydrolase
REHRelevé Épidémiologique Hebdomadaire (Weekly Epidemiological Record)
REHRegistered Executive Housekeeper (job title)
REHRéseau d'Evaluation des Habitats (French: Habitat Evaluation Network)
REHRandom Evolutionary Hit
REHRegal Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (stock symbol)
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Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released a "blueprint" to lower drug prices, reduce out-of-pocket costs for consumers, and make drugs more accessible," Reh said.
Single treatment with MP was administrated to three leukemia cell lines, and according to their responses, they were classified as sensitive (SUP-B15), intermediate (SD1), and resistant (REH) cells toward MP (Figure 1).
Furthermore, it is worth noting that most literature on REH is concentrated on the developed countries, including the work of Madsen (1993) on Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, and the UK; Lovell (1986), and Baghestani and Kianian (1993) in turn tested the empirical relevance of REH in various economic sectors of the US economy; Kim (1997) studied Austria; Aggarwal and Mohanty (2000) studied Japan, whereas Nielsen (2003) and Dias et al.
MRI sequences performed (including sagittal T1, sagittal T2 and axial T2-weighted sequences) demonstrated the REH compressing the pontomedullary junction of the brainstem.
Tai realizes the importance of education, and Tu Reh exemplifies tolerance.
How to navigate those relatively uncharted waters was something Robert Reh said helps make the new BITS report on social media management and risk a valuable handbook.
Tu Reh is a Karenni boy who wants to fight for the freedom of his people after witnessing Burmese soldiers burn down his house and bamboo fields.
Renewable Energy Holdings PLC (REH.LN), an investor and operator of European wind power, has announced that REH Global Limited unit has agreed to sell its German Wind Assets.
Told in three sections, [i]Bamboo People[/i] features two teen narrators, Chiko and Tu Reh. Chiko is an intelligent, literate Burmese boy who is strongly opposed to the Burmese military effort, but is conscripted into the army.
The 50,000th refugee from the country formerly called Burma is Plu Reh, a 23-year-old schoolteacher.
Late Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali KhanEoe1/4aos Pia Reh Pia Reh was the next number and her performance showed she was Nusrat sahibEoe1/4aos protEagEa in all aspects.