rellie

Related to rellie: rely

rellie

(ˈrɛlɪ)
n
(usually plural) informal Austral and NZ a relative
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State prosecutors accused Ong of violating Section 3(e) of the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act for allegedly conspiring with Rellie Giducos Alis over the purchase.
The first rellie that took exception to one of his table-side utterances was the First Rellie herself, Mrs Barney.
For a birthday party hosted by Lucy Sykes, the former fashion director of Marie Claire, and her husband, investment banker Euan Rellie, Huey confected a poetically moth-eaten bustier laced above a shredded tulle skirt, to be worn by Alexa Wilding, the neo-Stevie Nicks, as she popped out of a wooden cake.
The Director of Publishing and New Media at the Royal Collection, Jemima Rellie, said the author kept the title after she was inspired by a question from a child visiting Buckingham Palace.
Mum and Dad were English speakers, it was only Granddad that would speak Tokelau, unless a rellie turned up from the islands and didn't know how to speak English, then we would have to speak Tokelau.
TAKE the excellent first guidebook on Montenegro by Annalisa Rellie (Bradt Travel Guides, pounds 12.
Founded in 1996 and led by Euan Rellie, Charles Maynard, and Andrew Huntley, BDA is a leading independent pan-Asian middle-market investment banking advisory firm.
all of whom are full of love to give their little rellie.
BDA has been managed for over twenty years by Euan Rellie, Charles Maynard and Andrew Huntley, who are Senior Managing Directors and the three largest shareholders in the firm.
Euan Rellie, Co-founder and Senior Managing Director said, "CDx is such an innovative oncology diagnostics company.