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rego

(ˈrɛdʒəʊ)
n
(Automotive Engineering) slang
a. the registration of a motor vehicle
b. a fee paid for this
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The contract has as main purpose the maintenance of aircraft used in the Center for Advanced Studies of Aviation, which is managed by the private foundation Rego.
We are excited to manage The Alexander, a beautiful new building that speaks to the evolution of Rego Park.
It was published in good faith, Irwin Rego being one of our regular contributors.
Anxiety is good at the right levels and in the right conditions," Rego says.
World champions Rego and Alison Cerutti reached tomorrow's final with a 21-15 22-20 victory over Latvia pair Martins Plavins and Janis Smedins.
Budding Konkani poets, Prabha Rego, Della Rego, Vivek Monteiro as well as Veena, Sequeira and a few others will be reciting poems.
For people who wants to take some additional risk (considering the rupee has depreciated and the markets have dropped), they could invest 25 per cent to 50 per cent of their total investible capital now, said Rego.
We're focused solely on the Linux piece," Rego said.
American Ideal drives home in eight chronological chapters what Rego calls Roosevelt's "third way," a way that "transcends the liberal-conservative dichotomy of modern American politics" (p.
We have seen that by investing in the sporting talents of these athletes they achieved fantastic results at local and international competitions," Rego said.
Rego de Planas takes her cue from the words of Christ in Matthew 7:17: "Every good tree bears good fruit, and a rotten tree bears bad fruit.
Rego has 30 years of experience in residential and commercial construction, and is licensed by the state of Florida as a Certified Building Contractor and Certified Commercial Pool Contractor.