Related to Rese: RSES
v. i.1.To shake; to quake; to tremble.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Kennie still manages to retain a good job and keep a roof over his head, whereas Rese, a young black trans man (above far right), is living on the streets when the film begins.
Kuwait produces some 2.9 million barrels of crude oil a day and holds the world's sixth-largest oil rese
"Both players have stepped over the red line and will therefore be excluded from the national team," deputy sports minister Mohamed Rese Dawarsani was quoted by Iranian media as saying earlier in the week.
Regulatory emotional self-efficacy (RESE) refers to the beliefs people have about whether or not they are capable of managing their emotions (Bandura, Caprara, Barbaranelli, Gerbino, & Pastorelli, 2003; Caprara et al., 2008).
Oyo ya panguka okuza kovandu mbe ha rese nga ku imba mbe resa pevapayuva.
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Libya, which possesses oil reserves estimated at 60 billion barrels and gas rese rves of 1,500 billion m3, maintains an oil production of between 1.3 and 1.7 mil l ion barrels/day with an ambition of taking this production to three million b/d a nd a gas production of 2,600 million cubic feet a day.
Teresa Nightingale General Manager World Cancer Rese arch Fund
In fact, one of the pluses of the book is the attention given to the often less considered city of Rome, a reflection of the authors' impressive archival rese arch and publication on that city.
The second part concentrates on scientific practice in the future in fields ranging from DNA sequencing to space rese arch, mental health and cyberspace.
The IST programme is open to all legal entities from eligible states, including businesses of all sizes, universities, rese arch institutes and public sector players.