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reis

(reɪs)

n.pl., sing. re•al (reɪˈɑl)
a former money of account of Portugal and Brazil.
[1545–55; < Portuguese, pl. of real real3]
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has tapped Jason Reiser as executive vice president and chief merchandising officer.
The upcoming installment will also introduce the characters of series newbies Sean Astin and Paul Reiser.
Retail veteran Jason Reiser has joined the Vitamin Shoppe as chief operating officer.
25 April 2016 - German flight simulation systems and training services provider Reiser Simulation and Training has acquired avionics, test systems and custom engineering services provider Innovative Control Systems, the company said.
According to Clint Reiser, research analyst with ARC Advisory Group, the two most prominent cloud-based supply chain applications currently using this alternate delivery method are global trade management (GTM) and transportation management systems (TMS).
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Ventura County Judge Glen Reiser ordered that the troubled actress' parents, Richard and Lynn, will be given limited control of their daughter's personal and financial affairs, Fox News reported.
A demand bottleneck created by the economic recession--and then let loose in 2011 when companies slowly began spending again--was one of the key drivers," says Reiser.
That's likely due to the fact he could tap into the reality of the script since he's the best friend of writer Will Reiser and was a support during his battle.
He produced and co-stars alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt in 50/50, an independent film he encouraged his writer friend Will Reiser to pen after Reiser recovered from surgery to remove a huge tumour growing along his spine.
The film is based on the real life experience of the 29-year-old comic actor and his friend and writer, Will Reiser.
Reiser quickly came to his pal's aid and added, "He wears it well, though.