Reim


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n.1.A strip of oxhide, deprived of hair, and rendered pliable, - used for twisting into ropes, etc.
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The wagons were outspanned side by side with a space between them, and into this space the mob of thirty-six oxen was driven and there secured by reims tied crosswise from the front and hind wheels of the wagons.
Hardly had the words passed his lips when the wagon shook; there was a sound of breaking reims and trampling hoofs.
ING, seeking to reduce exposure to real estate and improve its balance sheet, agreed on 15 February to sell ING REIM to CBRE in two transactions for combined price of some USD1bn (EUR717.
The parties have already closed the sale of Clarion Real Estate Securities, while the divestment of ING REIM Europe is seen to close later in 2011.
The sale transaction includes ING REIM Asia as well as part of ING's equity stakes in funds managed by ING's Asian real estate investment management platform, and is part of a broader agreement of February 15, 2011, under which ING agreed to sell three ING REIM businesses to CBRE.
With the acquisition of ING REIM Asia and also ING Clarion Real Estate Securities (CRES) (which was finalised on 1 July 2011), CBRE Investors' assets under management amounts to USD63.
They drew 0-0 at Stade Jean-Bouin earlier in the season but that was when Angers were finding their feet and Reims weren't too bad.
Cooke side-footed the ball into the net with 15 minutes to go when Harry Chapman passed the ball back to him after his shot had been saved by Reims keeper Nicolas Lemaitre.
Contract award notice: Coffee break and vip reception services for events organized by reims events (france-reims: Catering services)
Reims remain second in Ligue 2, a position that is largely due to their outstanding home form.