reink

reink

(riːˈɪŋk)
vb (tr)
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) to ink again
2. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) to refill with ink
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The AaAeAeA ensemble AaAeAeA includes Gus Russell on AaAeAeA keyboards, Jim Reink drums and Scoop McGuire on bass, and will be joined by vocalist Laurie Hammond.
Wayne Maddever, CEO of Reink Corp stated "We are in the process of preparing a response to this filing and look forward to addressing the issues surrounding the filing.
Smith, a member of the Board of Reink Corp stated "We are quite excited that Dr.
The notes will bear interest at 8% per annum, over a 3 year term, with the option to convert into common shares of Reink Corp.
All Reink products reduce environmental waste while producing significant cost savings for the end consumer and businesses.
William Gallagher, CEO of Reink, stated, "Revenues are increasing and we have brought our costs down significantly over the past year.
Reink CEO William Gallagher stated, "We are very pleased to have Eric join the Reink team.
William Gallagher, CEO of Reink, stated, " Revenues, without the bottle supplier issue, would have been up in excess of 44% over the prior years quarter.
Safe Harbor Statements: This news release may contain forward-looking statements relating to the future performance of Reink Corp.
We look forward to more exciting news regarding the growth of Reink Corp.
On January 23, 2001 Reink Corp (OTC:RINC) released a statement regarding Olivetti which was very vague.
Gallagher, President and Chief Operating Officer of Reink Corp.