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ream

[rēm]
(engineering)
To enlarge or clean out a hole.
(materials)
A layer of nonhomogeneous material in flat glass.
Five hundred sheets of paper; a printer's ream consists of 516 sheets.
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Ream had been linked with QPR, who have just signed Town keeper Alex Smithies in a near-PS2m transfer.
The top finishers in the 55K race break three hours, and Ream says his goal is to double the winner's time, and finish within that.
He is completely different to Gary Cahill and if Gary had still been at the club I would have still been looking to sign Tim Ream because of the quality I believe he has.
In his next position Ream will serve as senior vice president of Maintenance & Engineering at American Airlines, effective from 1 January 2010.
Later, Ream discovered he could buy old-label merchandise at huge discounts, and started using the basement of his Provo store as a clearinghouse for wholesalers that wanted to unload such goods.
His father, John Ream, brought home the software after seeing its tutorial, which resembles a computer game.
Fans were quick to vent their frustration but centre-half Ream said: "You are always going to get doubters but there isn't one guy in that dressing room who doesn't believe we can win games.
Her fianc was killed during the war and in his honour Miss Ream became Miss Lee.
Ream has two objectives following his arrival in English football, to play well for Bolton and make amends with new wife Kristen for cancelling their honeymoon.
The Inner Ream system places no undue stress on nearby fragile structures or paying during the installation process, consequently it also reduces stress on the installer.
American Airlines, a subsidiary of AMR Corp (NYSE:AMR), reported on Tuesday the appointment of James Ream as senior vice president of Maintenance & Engineering, effective from 1 January 2010.