The tax amount of 13,000 reis was paid in 1613 by Doctor Manuel Rodrigues Navarro, but, curiously, the tax roll of 1617 shows Francisca Brandoa, wife of Navarro, paying 40 reis only.
17) Given the great number of reminders to this effect from the town council, it appears that bakers were often delinquent in their duties; occasionally officials had to threaten them with fines of 500 to 2,000 reis, plus a possible jail term.
There can be no assurance that the Reis
stockholders will vote to approve the Merger and adopt the Merger agreement or that WRP's stockholders will vote to issue shares of WRP's common stock in connection with the Merger.
Background and Reasons for the Acquisition of the Remaining Reis Shares
Reis has a prominent position in this marketplace as a data provider of the highest quality.
is a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at Rutgers University in New Jersey and has a BA in Economics from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.
We decided we couldn't go wrong by launching with wider coverage, better quality, and lower prices," said Reis CEO Lloyd Lynford.
The module was produced in response to overwhelming demand from existing and potential Reis clients.
Vice President of the Reis
Economics Research Group, "What distinguishes the Reis
Valuation and Credit Risk analysis module from the data impoverished efforts that are on the market today is just that, the data.
The new module will bring rapid property valuation and loan risk analytics to more than 7,000 Reis
Subscriber Edition desktops at major commercial real estate institutions throughout the United States.
's clients access its market information through Reis
SE, a private, subscription-based web site.
SE's graphical interface contrasts with the firm's popular and more consumer-oriented, Reis
As Thanksgiving approaches, REI
plans to recognize the hundreds of thousands of people and partner organizations that are opting to enjoy the outdoors with friends and family.
June 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- REI
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Xybernaut(R) Corporation (NASDAQ: XYBR) and REI