Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A small rockfish of the family Scorpænidæ, Sebastichthys elongatus.
“Rena is her own development team, product and project manager, SEO expert, social media director, director of community, investor, senior management, and QA.”
“Rena is a spy for the CIA and so they know that there is a new BO member named Bourbon as well and so he might be drinking it on purpose.”
“Daughter Rena is an anthropologist, son Jesse is an investment banker and daughter Rachel a lawyer.”
“The 8-year-old, who goes by the nickname Rena, finally turned up at about 10 p.m., when she rang the door bell of a home in the area.”
“He added that the captain of the Rena, which is chiefly crewed by Filipino nationals, had been interviewed as part of two separate investigations into the grounding and that consumption of alcohol could not be ruled out as a factor.”
“He needed three tons of fertilizer to construct his car bombs and Norwegian authorities believe he obtained it without raising suspicion by moving from Oslo to a small rural town called Rena in June or July, where he set up a farm under the name "Breivik Geofarm".”
“A helicopter sprays a dispersant on an oil slick from the container ship MV Rena, which is stuck on a reef off the coast of Tauranga, New Zealand.”
“On 7 November, 1962, he married Catherine 'Rena' Costello, an eighteen-year-old waitress who worked at a cafe in Ledbury.”
“Rena," she said, "Mr. Wain wants ter know if you won't dance just one dance with him.”
“That was certainly high praise, but 'Rena' takes precedence even of its predecessor, and, in both, Mrs. Lee Hentz has achieved a triumph of no ordinary kind.”
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