rellie

(redirected from relos)

rellie

(ˈrɛlɪ)
n
(usually plural) informal Austral and NZ a relative
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She uses "alarm clock" instead of "relos ng panggising.
According to the complainant Maria Christina Relos, 30, a resident of E.
From our office in Washington, we support the work of 25 regional English language officers (RELOs) at embassies worldwide.
Romnick Relos, the coconut vendor who was mauled by a sidewalk clearing crew of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), won the sympathy of the public after a video of the incident went viral on social media.
Relos, Prevalence of Intestinal Parasitic Infections among Food Handlers of a Tertiary Hospital in Manila using Direct Fecal Smear and Formalin Ether Concentration Technique, 2004.
(19)) indica: "ellos dicen sabalaje / a los que no usan relos" (44).
Also on July 20, Mathew Kirk, who holds the current speed record for an unsupported thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.), will talk about his accomplishment in "AT < 60-An Unsupported Thru-hike in Record Time." In addition, award-winning writer and habitual hiker Leonard Adkins will present "Pulaskis, Relos, and Hobnail Boots: A Pictorial History of Virginia's Appalachian Trail."
The luxury sportscar manufacturer has relos cated to the city this week - bringing 40 much-needed jobs to the region.
Exchanges Support includes funding for employee compensation and benefits for domestic staff and Regional English Language Officers (RELOs) abroad, as well as program direction and administration.
Young and middle-aged families at the fair, all with kids, all into sports, all with spacious late-model houses and late-model SUV's, were calling themselves Relos. "Relo" was a noun, a verb, and adjective.
The author describes the impact of these "Relos" on major American cities and their suburbs by documenting shifts in real estate brokerages, city planners and management recruiters.