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reo

(ˈriːəʊ)
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[Māori]

REO

A car made by the REO Car Company of Lansing, MI from 1904 through 1936. The name REO came from the initials of Ransom E. Olds, founder of the company.
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Overland Storage Inc (Nasdaq:OVRL) has introduced the REO Business Continuity Appliance (BCA), the provider of data protection solutions said on Tuesday.
Jeff Alton, vice president, financial regulation and capital analysis for CNA Insurance Cos., said ceding companies might feel more comfortable with the absence of collateral if an earlier proposal for a collateral pooling mechanism were to be combined with the current REO proposal.
The equipment mixes ozone nano-bubbles (developed by the REO Institute) with ozone/oxygen micro-bubbles.
Lisa Fine's excellent study of the workers at Lansing, Michigan's Reo Motor Car Company reflects this tendency.
Many possible combinations can be assembled and apart from variable speed drive (AC inverter) applications, the REO Unity range is also ideal for any applications in switch-mode power supplies for industrial electronics and power units.
A former teacher and civil servant in the Department of Maori Affairs, Tawhiwhirangi was in at the birth of Kohanga Reo and now heads up the Trust which administers it.
I want this initiative to support the revitalisation of te reo. This will be a key measure to make sure innovative Maori media content is available to everyone, everywhere, at any time, says Minister Mahuta.
Conversely, REO assets in CMBS 2.0 deals came largely from 2014 deals and were comprised of multifamily and hotel properties.
Based at least partially on the success of the new engine, REO mowers soon became the world's leading builder of power lawn-mowers, with sales of nearly $10 million in 1950.
REO Pro Corp provides a consistent flow of assignments to real estate agents in order to put them in front of new clients and receive new listings in the default industry.
Some housing markets on the highest-performing list with high REO saturation rates were: Tucson, Arizona (REO saturation rate of 27.8 percent); Fresno, California (24.6 percent); and Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, California (23.2 percent).
As The Research Bureau argued in its 2008 report, "Where Have All the Bidders Gone?: The Impact of `Responsibility' on Public Construction," the effectual elimination of Worcester's REO will open the bidding process on public construction projects to all qualified bidders, making the system fairer and the costs lower to the city.