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renay

(rɪˈneɪ)
n
archaic a person who disowns an organization, country, or belief system
vb (tr)
to renounce, to deny, to disown (faith, God, family, etc)
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Eva Pope makes a guest appearance as ruthless defence counsel Renay Everett.
Renay Frym is Stuart Hersh's wife, but she "now acts as his nurse rather than his wife." (48) Deborah Rubin, Elena Rozenman, and Tzvi Rozenman are parents who have dedicated their time and effort to care for their injured children and suffer from grief, anguish, depression, chronic fatigue, headaches, agitation, rejection, hypersensitivity, anxiety, irritable bowel syndrome, and generalized joint pain and stiffness.
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Newly remarried four years after the tragic death of first wife Renay, crushed by a car outside Waterloo Station on the way home from the Open, Appleby could be one to follow this year following his highly promising sixth place first time out in the Hawaiian Open.
The double five-square with first names horizontally and surnames vertically is much more difficult to find, and in fact Steve Root was able to construct only three out of the same 1488 first names and commonest 1064 last names: ABDUL .00007 LEORA .00007 GALEN .00009 ELANE .00001 RENAY .00001 RHEBA .00001 HAZEL .00161 OZELL .00001 NELLA .00003 ELLEN .00173 RHEBA .00001 HAZEL .00161 OZELL .00001 NELLE .00003 ELLEN .00173
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