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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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He said the REX system will enable Pakistani exporters to issue the COO on their own as 'Statement of Origin' (SOO) upon their registration into EU's REX database through TDAP.
Commenting on the transaction, partner Charles Mayo, said: REX is a hands-free robotic mobility aid designed for people with mobility impairments.
Rex was in a state of utter disbelief - he was a victor after all
Both the Samsung Rex 60 and the Samsung Rex 80 are now available from Flipkart, Infibeam and Saholic.
A source said: "It's not exactly what you expect to see Rex appearing in - it's very different from anything Gerry did.
rex had a more powerful bite than previously suggested.
As a young boy Dai used to sell match programmes and can recall streams of women flocking to the ground just to see Rex play on the hallowed ground of the Pandy," said Viv.
REX, YOU'RE ALL THAT STANDS BETWEEN US AND THE OUTLAWS.
rex might have had visual acuity as much as 13 times that of people.
Now Rex is nearing retirement at 9 years old, and Morton, 33, was just selected by his peers as Officer of the Year for 2006.
I'll admit it--I harbored some trepidation about setting sail with my 7-year-old son, Rex, on summer 2004's maiden voyage of R Family Vacations cause for gay and lesbian families and their straight allies.
That brings us to Rex powders distributed by Graf & Sons.