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rel

[rel]
(electromagnetism)
Unit of reluctance equal to 1 ampere-turn per magnetic line of force.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The REL initiative will provide a legal framework that streamlines and facilitates the process for investing capital in the city.
Real estate exposures as residential REL increased by 14.95 percent during the six-month period to P645.24 billion, BSP data show.
The results are similar to those without firm fixed effects: The coefficient of Delta (Vega) is negative (positive) and significant at 1%; the coefficient of REL x Vega is negative and significant at 5%.
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Since inception, REL has maintained limited business activity and is principally engaged in provision of small-scale underwriting activities; no brokerage business is conducted by the company.
McFadden, 55, will have spent nearly eight years in his role at REL by the time he leaves, having overseen the Racing for Change project which became Great British Racing (GBR), as well as the creation of the Qipco British Champions Series and British Champions Day in 2011.
In this year's iteration of the annual study, REL and CFO Magazine analyzed the 2013 financial statements of the 1,000 largest public companies that have U.S.-based headquarters and are not in the financial services sector (the "REL 1000").
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SNS REL group has delayed the publication of the 2012 audited financial