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Rex

[Latin, The king.] The phrase used to designate the king as the party prosecuting an accused in a criminal action, such as an action entitled Rex v. Doe.

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If you have questions about REX or are interested in meeting or conducting a conference call with management please contact JCIR at 212/835-8500 or rex@jcir.
The REX Solution includes REX PC and REX Mobile for enterprises and service providers, and the REX SDK for application developers.
Both the new Rex Downing & Associates website and the Rex Downing page on SanDiego.
rex could run at speeds of 29 kilometers per hour (SN: 2/23/02, p.
No one's got a crystal ball, but the majority of us (RV manufacturers) believe it will be short-lived,'' Rex said of the slowdown.
The initiative will include Rex Health Ventures, one of the only venture-capital investment funds in the country started by a community, nonprofit hospital.
In recent years, the Rex Ball has been held in New Orleans' Municipal Auditorium, as has the Comus Ball, and the meeting of the two courts is the highlight of the evening.
Rex Parris coaching us, I don't think I would have been up here,'' said Mills.
rex dancing in their heads, be motivated to steal valuable specimens from public lands?
Rex Healthcare is the only healthcare organization in the Triangle to be recognized this year and only one of two healthcare organizations in North Carolina to be recognized.
rex would've been a great find, but at both ends of the vertebrae it was going into the hill,'' says Hendrickson, who the dinosaur was named after.