Rea, MO -- U.S. city in Missouri
Housing Units (2000): 25
Land area (2000): 0.121412 sq. miles (0.314455 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.121412 sq. miles (0.314455 sq. km)
FIPS code: 60842
Located within: Missouri (MO), FIPS 29
Location: 40.061093 N, 94.764353 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 64480
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
REA or Rea may refer to:
Rea is an album by Swiss pianist and composer Nik Bärtsch's band Ronin recorded in Zürich in 2003 and first released on the Tonus Music label.
n. (alternative form of rei English)
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Usage examples of "rea".
Even Reas the bonder himself, who had many a time flogged him for his disobedience and idleness, and who now watched him riding downward to the ships, did not recognize his former bondslave in the handsome and gaily attired young warrior.
Norman Schwarzkopf, went to war using the authorities Starry had demanded of Rea- gan and Reagan had given to CentCom.
Then Sigurd gave Reas the two silver marks in payment of his purchase, and urged his horse to a quick walk, dragging Olaf behind him.
Had Reas exacted an hundred gold marks instead of two paltry marks of silver, I should willingly have given him them.
That Elayne was Daughter-Heir produced none, though that was a high position among the wetlanders, and that she was Green Ajah and Nynaeve Yellow received sniffs from Nesta din Reas and sharp looks from the spindly old man.
Nesta din Reas directed a stare at her that reminded Aviendha of Sorilea.
She faced Nesta din Reas, but she addressed everyone, perhaps especially the Windfinder.
The words were too low to hear, but Nesta din Reas emphasized everything she said with a finger driven like a spear, Elayne had her chin so high she seemed to be looking down her nose, and if Nynaeve for once was managing to keep her face calm, she seemed to be trying to climb her own braid.
Nesta din Reas Two Moons, she would be sending the lot of them to fetch and carry.
La Gorda said that the Nagual had known from the begin- ning that Josefina was not really ill, and that that was the rea- son it had been so difficult for him to cure her.
Cleaned up reas onably well, filled with broad spectrum antibiotics, antimycotics and antivirals, his arm and back sprayed with a light topical anesthetic and his system responding to a mild hypospray restorative, Riker had to admit the time taken was well spent.
He put all his powers into sending a stronger wind into the sails of his own boat while his bewil deled comrades in the suddenly becalmed ships called over the water, inquiring desperately the rea son for his act.
The Flittermouse alone seemed to take the Prince's words to heart, repeating "Some good rea son," solemnly to itself several times, then murmuring rather moodily, "
In such cases the mens rea, or actual wickedness of the party, is wholly unnecessary, and all reference to the state of his consciousness is misleading if it means anything more than that the circumstances in connection with which the tendency of his act is judged are the circumstances known to him.
Thou hast sown crime, accuse not fate if thou reapest not the harvest of virtue.