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RE

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for REUNION.
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RE

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the French Overseas Department of Reunion. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Reunion's bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Reunion. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Reunion.
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References in classic literature ?
And you can watch my Ray, For I must go away And dance with Ella Sweyn at Elsinore!
We are to secure all "loose objects"; hood up our Fleury Rays; and "on no account to attempt to clear snow from our conning-towers till the weather abates." Under-powered craft, we are told, can ascend to the limit of their lift, mail-packets to look out for them accordingly; the lower lanes westward are pitting very badly, "with frequent blow-outs, vortices, laterals, etc."
At half-past four that afternoon Ray was puttering about the barnyard when his wife came up the lane along the creek and called him.
Ray went into his own house and took an overcoat from a hook back of the door.
Ray went out of the house and climbed the fence into a field.
The beauty of the country about Winesburg was too much for Ray on that fall evening.
"I wish I could resolve that, too," sighed Sara Ray, "but it wouldn't be any use.
"I shall not talk gossip," wrote Sara Ray with a satisfied air.
"I will not cry because mother won't starch my aprons," wrote Sara Ray.
"I shall try to like reading the Bible," wrote Sara Ray.
But we were bound to walk, so we went on, whilst above our heads waved medusae whose umbrellas of opal or rose-pink, escalloped with a band of blue, sheltered us from the rays of the sun and fiery pelagiae, which, in the darkness, would have strewn our path with phosphorescent light.
The thick window inserted in the bottom could bear any amount of weight, and Barbicane and his companions walked upon it as if it were solid plank; but the sun striking it directly with its rays lit the interior of the projectile from beneath, thus producing singular effects of light.