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(rīs or rĭs)
n.1.A branch.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Amanda Regan, of the RYS, told The Independent there was a "vacuum of accurate information" regarding formal processes of child protection services in France and legal transfer to the UK.
300-hour Yoga Teacher Training in India at Yoga School Rishikesh Yogpeeth, RYS 300, in 2017.
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Rys' side were next due to face Thailand in the second pre-quarter-final on Wednesday night, but Rys offered little hope of a turnaround.
Combined, FedComp staff has just under 300 years of credit union industry experience, said Karen Rys, vice president of operations.
It follows the continuing adventures of quantum physicist Alberto Rys as he becomes embroiled in an interstellar conflict that was ancient long before the human race was even born.
SirPrancealot'topclass' "I'dsayhe'sthebesttwo-year-oldseen outinthiscount rys ofarthisseason," declared Richard Hannon jnr after Sir Prancealotovercameatroubledpassage tosecureafour-and-a-half-lengthwinin theListedBetfair FundsThePJADoctor NationalStakes.
Pictured at the left is committee chairman Clare Wood and at right flower-arranger Rys Lever.
The study of a will made by merchant Walter Rys in 1507 showed that he left to Davy Rys, his second son, "a slate mazer [a bowl] bound with silver-gilt, which I bought in Tenby", and "half a dozen spoons of the making of Tenby."
POLICE ARE looking for two men, 38-year-old Rys Miroslav, also known as Marko or Polono, from Poland and 34-year-old Svetoslav Stoyanov, also known as Foti, from Bulgaria as they are considered illegal immigrants.
Having retired from a long career heading the International Social Security Association in Geneva, Rys returned to his academic sociological study of social security.