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n. pl. re·los Informal
1. Relocation.
2. One that is relocated, especially a person who has been relocated for purposes of employment.
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Under the RELO agreement, Teva had 45 days from the filing of the IND to exercise the option to exclusively license RX-3117.
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RELO is a global network of leading independent residential real estate firms that focuses on meeting the special needs of relocating individuals and families.
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Fee to manage corporate employee relocation accounts through RELO DirectO, RELO's business-to-business enterprise designed to streamline the delivery of relocation services for corporations, transferees and broker members.
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