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/Re'te/ (From Latin "net") A net or network; a plexus; particularly, a network of blood vessels or nerves, or a part resembling a network.

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PROVISIONAL GRANT OF LICENCE AUTHORISING THE SALE OF INTOXICATING LIQUOR BY RETIAL IN A RESTAURANT
Whatever changes are underway or in the pipeline, this is only the beginning of what is set to become an exciting period for retial and leisure in Birmingham and one that will further boost the city's already outstanding reputation as a key UK destination.
No significant difference in the incidence of retial haemorrhages was noted with regard to the sex of the baby, the incidence in males at 12.04% being marginally higher than in females at 11.94%.
Dr Pillai's accumulated net worth is estimated at $3.6bn, and he currently employs 80,000 people across the construction, travel and tourism, healthcare, retial and education sectors.
"Warren, a registered pharmacist, brings tremendous retail experience and a proven track record of success in growing retial pharmacy businesses.
Bakerview Road 114, $90,000 for tenant improvement: complete shell space for retial sporting good tenant on first and second floors: Trader's Depot.
manager, secretary of the board; Binwu Ye, marketing director; Daimin Wang, group deputy general manager and technical director; General division managers: Wenhua Zhao, furniture coatings division; Dewu Liao, decorative coatings, retial; Lide Xu, decorative coatings, project.
Victoria Shortt, chief executive of Bankwest Retial was overwhelmed by the results.