resty

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resty

(ˈrɛstɪ)
adj, restier or restiest
having the characteristic of being disposed to rest
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* Energy, Water and Other Natural Resources - Councilor Resty Malangen
Resty Damaso; and chief investigator, Chief Master Sgt.
Resty Damaso, 14 of his men and six personnel of the provincial intelligence branch, who were part of the operation, were also ordered to surrender their firearms for ballistic examination.
I will do this every year for as long as I am able," 38-year-old truck driver Resty David, who has been self-flagellating for half his life, told AFP.
Security expert Resty Aguilar said interoperability, as used in the exercise, is from the viewpoint of the armed forces of two different countries.
Citilink appreciates the direction of the Indonesian Ministry of Transportation and will delay the implementation of the paid baggage policy, 'Citilink Indonesia VP Corporate Secretary - Resty Kusandarina, in Cengkareng, Tuesday (5/2).
When the mother of Harriet's close friend Resty died when the girls were in middle school, Harriet made a decision.
resoluteness * more resty, meaningrestive in the old sense, inactive, before it reversed to mean a synonymof the due
The Bombardier Global was attempting to take-off when it had encountered the accident, Colonel Resty Padilla, spokesman for the armed forces said, adding a crane would be needed to get the aircraft off the runway.
"From experience, the number one problem of couples is infidelity," said Father Resty Ogsimer, executive secretary of the Catholic Church-based migrant welfare group ECMI.
The incident occurred in Khirki Extension when the victim, Nalule Resty, was returning home with her sister.