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Rea added: "Everyone wants a good result before the summer break, so that's my goal."
Rea has won seven races in a row, and 13 out of 21 races this season.
Izuwah said the certificate was received by Dr Sanusi Ohiare, the Executive Director, Rural Electrification Fund of the REA on behalf of the Managing Director of REA, Mrs Damilola Ogunbiyi.
Ma questo capitolo degli scritti giornalistici dal Brasile assumera un rilievo non secondario negli sviluppi dell'attivita di Rea a cominciare da quella giornalistica: d'ora in poi "tutto o quasi il suo lavoro trovera proprio nei giornali la prima, essenziale committenza; e [...] in breve le dimensioni della sua collaborazione giornalistica diventeranno tali da richiedergli un impegno straordinario" (3).
In May 2018 alone, REA Group completed nearly 4000 meetings on Zoom, and have now rolled out a suite of fully integrated Zoom rooms across Australia, making its functionality easier to use and meeting productivity improved.
Speaking afterwards, Rea dedicated the victory to fellow Northern Irishman William Dunlop, who died after a crash during a practice run for a race in County Dublin on Saturday.
Rea, who's 47 points in front, can surpass Fogarty's 19-year run at Donington Park in two weeks.
"I don't have that relationship with my bike I had last year, when I felt I could do anything with it that I liked," said Rea after the win.
"They didn't know what the winning book was until (Tuesday)," Rea said.
The unstoppable Jonathan Rea ticked another box in his glittering career when he won the Race 1 of the Qatar round of the WorldSBK Championship last night.
El termino "Recursos Educativos Abiertos" (REA) fue establecido en 2002 en el ambito de la UNESCO, para definir materiales de apoyo al proceso de ensenanza-aprendizaje ofrecidos gratuitamente en Internet para cualquier interesado--profesores, estudiantes o aprendices autodidactas (UNESCO, 2002).
Knoops presents readers with a comprehensive examination of all aspects of the legal concept of mens rea that apply to activities at the International Criminal Court (ICC).