reif


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reif

(riːf)
n
1. something that is taken by force
2. the act of robbery
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Reif began his career at KPMG Peat Marwick in 1975 and joined Stonhard, Inc.
Reif said that "at MIT we take great care to get the science right," and then added, "The scientific consensus is overwhelming: As human activity emits more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, the global average surface temperature will continue to rise, driving rising sea levels and extreme weather.
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We can do some limited computing, but we can't even begin to think of competing with modern-day PCs or other conventional computing devices," Reif said.
Instead, Reif awarded Dworkin $102,200 in damages, which now when including the attorneys' fees and costs, brings the total judgment to $276,074.
Kingston Reif, director for disarmament at the Arms Control Association, said he was not optimistic about chances for agreement on a final document, but that would not mean that the NPT is unraveling.
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With chapters devoted to key artists such as Arthur Amsden, Isham Jones, and Gerald Marks and about 200 archival photos from 1911 to the 1950s, author Fred Reif shines a light on a largely overlooked creative community.
Antonia Reif was working for Korteknie Stuhlmacher Architecten but also pursuing her own projects when she got a commission to design an unusual loding in her home city of Rotterdam.
Reif Larsen waits 200 pages before betraying his literary lineage by using the phrase "gravity's rainbow.