réunion

(redirected from Reunion Island)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The outbreak on Reunion Island began during week 5 then quickly spread throughout the island and ended in week 17 (end of April) of 2015.
Martin Parent, AFD Country Director, commenting on the proposed visit said that "AFD, a partner to Sri Lanka in key sectors such as drinking water and sanitation, energy, urban development and irrigation, organizes this trip for a delegation of officials to have peer to peer discussions on the solutions developed by Reunion Island which faces similar opportunities and constraints: how to increase the share of renewable energies in an isolated power grid, how to invest sustainably in collective waste water treatment schemes, how to plan sustainable urban development in coastal tourist areas".
2016, Reunion Island has been labialised with French Tech label.
Malaysian Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said the discovery of a flaperon at Reunion Island, the first physical proof of the plane since its disappearance, gave investigators fresh hope in locating the ill-fated plane.
To support their work, Oakville, Ontario-based Reunion Island donates a portion of the proceeds from their signature Bullet Espresso to Grounds for Health.
The Committee also inscribed three new cultural sites, including two in Mexico and one in Brazil and three natural sites in China, Kiribati, and Reunion Island (France).
21 million) and Reunion Island (population of 775,000), two neighboring islands which were formerly CHIKV-free, minor outbreaks occurred in 2005 followed by large-scale outbreaks in 2006 (1,3).
The vessel is registered in Port Aux Francais in the French-owned Kerguelen Islands, but is known to operate from Reunion Island.
The match is scheduled for Thursday but the Dervishes wanted to put it off in order to have some rest after their trip to Tamponnaise of Reunion Island in the CAF Champions League.
Works also examine the cruel circumstances of conquest out of which creole identities often form; discuss the place of "creolization" in African Americanist history, and consider the issues of particular sites such as Mauritus and Reunion Island, among other topics.
Hawaii's Kilauea, the most active volcano on Earth, and Furnace Peak (Piton de la Fournaise) on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean, with their dramatic lava flows and geologic formations, are living displays of Earth's subterranean force.
With groups from the Caribbean, Middle East, Central America, Reunion Island, Europe and the UK taking part, it promises to be a true celebration of hip hop music and street dance and all it aims to represent.