retree


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retree

(rɪˈtriː)
n
imperfectly made paper, or paper that is available because of overproduction
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Taking this campaign beyond social media, the company is creating opportunities for distributors and retailers to get involved in its ReTree campaign.
We're giving a donation to ReTree Foundation on Arbor Day, and it's giving back to the community because it ties into something that's near and dear to everybody's hearts here." We also are involved with Make A Wish, which all the employees have embraced through donations and various means of support.
The author would like to thank KIAS (Korea Institute for Advanced Study) for its hospitality and would like to express her sincere gratitude to the retree for useful comments.
Finally, the trees were rerooted at midpoint by using the Retree software of PHYLIP 3.6.
Figure was prepared in part using the programs RETREE and DRAWGRAM from PHYLIP (Felsenstein 1999).
He established ReTree International, a nonprofit group.
The-tree planting sessions are the most visible of ReTree's activities.
So the President of ReTree International approaches the local phone company for help.
But this constant seeking of help points up one of the challenges which ReTree and just about any other conservation-oriented organization faces - getting money and other resources.
ReTree's emphasis on education works hand-in-glove with its tree-planting activities.
To help the leaders of tree plantings, ReTree has recently published a manual on the whys and hows of planting.
Today, that figure is as high as 15%, with drug costs for retrees in a medical plan consuming as much as 40% of the total medical bill.