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- proper noun A
patronymic surnamefrom Welsh Rhys.
- proper noun A male
given namederived from the surname or directly from Rhys.
- proper noun A female
given nameof American usage since the 1980s.
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"Are you saying that Captain Reese is going to testify that General Sanchez was there and saw this going on?" asked Capt.
Tim Reese is a wingnut blogger that should never have earned a front page story.
In this timeline John doesn't exist, and Kyle Reese is still alive.
Reese is simply presenting his preferences as if they are fact-driven forecasts by an informed by objective observer.
Reese is its director, lead fundraiser and chief advocate.
The concise and concentrated commonsense of Charlie Reese is an art form in itself. eep
The antithesis of a Charley Reese is a Tim Russert.
Reese is preparing for the release of her holiday comedy, Four Christmases, opening later this year.
If you watched some episodes of the SCC tv show, they show a flash to the future where Derek Reese is fighting against the machines.
I think the peanut butter-to-chocolate ratio in Reese's Miniatures has improved.