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Ree is a fictional character from the 1981 film The Sea Prince and the Fire Child.

Miscellanea

  1. Ree a.k.a. Arikara Language: Arikara is a Caddoan language spoken by the Arikara Native Americans who reside primarily at Fort Berthold Reservation in North Dakota. Arikara is very close to the Pawnee language, but they are not mutually intelligible.
  2. Ree a.k.a. Kayan, Rejang Language is an human language.
    • also known as Rejang Kajan

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Google previewRational-emotive Consultation in Applied Settings (2013)

by Raymond DiGiuseppe, Michael L. Bernard

REE is an emotional education program that has been identified as a successful primary prevention intervention strategy...

Google previewThe World's Largest Plants (2003)

A Book about Trees by Susan Blackaby, Charlene DeLage

A Book about Trees Susan Blackaby. ree is a plant with just one main, woody stem, woody stem is the trunk. A e □ r 7*4 A young tree is called a sapling. Saplings grow tall.

Google previewFinance (1995)

by Robert A. Jarrow

A REE is a price relation P() such that D\P(s),s\ P()) + D2(P(s),s2, P()) = iu1 + w2. (2) for all s. Even if we assume that preferences and endowments satisfy classical assumptions, REE do not exist for some economies.2 Of perhaps more ...

Google previewAn Account of the Voyages Undertaken by the Order of His Present Majesty for Making Discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere (2013)

by John Hawkesworth

N-N of different value, and easily distinguished by the number of rees that is marked on the outside. Here is also a copper coin, like that in Portugal, of five and ten ree pieces. A ree is a nominal coin of Portugal, ten of which are equal ...

Google previewDesign and Construction of High-Performance Homes (2013)

Building Envelopes, Renewable Energies and Integrated Practice by Franca Trubiano

Like the BPS, the REE is an emergent professional in a quickly developing field. A vast knowledge of energy-related issues is required in order to keep abreast of rapidly developing technologies and policies. Typically, the REE is educated in ...

Google previewComplex Systems and Social Practices in Energy Transitions (2017)

Framing Energy Sustainability in the Time of Renewables by Nicola Labanca

Nevertheless, the REE is a complex phenomenon—or an emergent one, with the jargon of the Breakthrough institute, like cancer or climate change, and in emergent phenomena the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. A different form of ...

Google previewExperimental Learning in Production Management (2013)

IFIP TC5 / WG5.7 Third Workshop on Games in Production Management: The effects of games on developing production management 27–29 June 1997, Espoo, Finland by Riitta Smeds, J. Smeds

Karin Ree is a Master of Environmental Chemistry, Henk Mulder obtained a doctorate in Environmental Studies in 1995. CONCLUSION 14 The future of simulation games: Issues and challenges 154 Part Two Simulation Games in Universities.

Google previewWhat Works when with Children and Adolescents (2002)

A Handbook of Individual Counseling Techniques by Ann Vernon

REE is a systematic, curricular approach to emotional education, with the goal being to teach rational thinking skills so children can gain emotional insight and learn sensible coping strategies to apply to current as well as future problems.

Google previewA dictionary of the english language... (1766)

to which is prefixed, a Grammar of the English Language by Samuel Johnson

To REE.

Google previewThe English Dialect Dictionary (1904)

Being the Complete Vocabulary of All Dialect Words Still in Use, Or Known to Have Been in Use During the Last Two Hundred Years by Joseph Wright

REE, sb.1 and v.1 Sc. Also written reegh, reigh (JAM.). [rL] 1. sb. An enclosed part of a river; see below ; a harbour ; the hinder part of a mill-dam. Cf. reeve, sb.3 s Sc. (JAM.) Rnf. An inclosure from a river, or the sea, of a square form open only ...

Google previewThe English Dialect Dictionary, Being the Complete Vocabulary of All Dialect Words Still in Use, Or Known to Have Been in Use During the Last Two Hundred Years: R-S (1904)

by Joseph Wright

REE, sb.a and v.1 Sc. Also written reegh, reigh (Jam.), [rl] 1. sb. An enclosed part of a river ; see below ; a harbour ; the hinder part of a mill-dam. Cf. reeve, sb.a s. Sc (Jam.) Rnf. An inclosure from a river, or the sea, of a square form open only ...

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Scrabble value of R1E1E1

The value of this 3-letter word is 3 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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