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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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One program that's really helpful is the Market Travel Club program," Reams says.
REAMS, based in Barry, has secured a major contract
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 first year, Reams replaced 50 percent of his attorneys and by the end of his first two-year term he had replaced almost 100 percent.
Reams was also critical of the Jockey Club's reliance on exchanges when it believes there are suspicious betting patterns in any race, adding: "I think it's a crazy system that allows the Jockey Club to be reliant on people who have a vested interest to prompt it.
Timing is critical with orphaned or injured animals, Reams said.
Reams said that while the city's revenue has dropped, its expenditures haven't.
Reams is a man unafraid to look ridiculous, a trait more endearing in theory than in practice.
With a win on Sleepytime in the 1,000 Guineas Fallon has a great chance to complete a classic double on Reams of Verse.
Reams of Verse re-wrote the script when winning Ascot's Group One Fillies' Mile - she was the `wrong' horse of the pair Henry Cecil ran.
Scout Investment Advisors (Scout), a subsidiary of UMB Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: UMBF), announced today that it has completed its acquisition of Reams Asset Management Company (Reams), an investment management firm based in Columbus, Ind.
Paper shall be #4 Sulphite individually wrapped by ream for size and weight listed, and packed ten (10) reams per carton.