friendly, one who maintained true allegiance to king David (1 Kings 1:8) when Adonijah rebelled.
rei boasts annual sales of more than $1.8 billion and at the beginning of 2012 had 122 stores in 29 states and 11,000 employees.
rei is, in fact, a cooperative owned by its members—much like, say, the Park Slope Food Co-Op, or a credit union, or a kibbutz.
And companies like SAS, rei, and Costco should be applauded.
And at Comme des Garçons, rei Kawakubo designed wide pants with exaggerated hips that seemed to create a two-dimensional effect.
For fall 2009, rei Kawakubo sent a parade of models down the runway in identical cotton candy-esque neon hairstyles.
The Portuguese rei is used for copper money, worth about 1/8 of a cent.
At first, when the Wanderer spoke thus, rei put it by, smiling.
"On my head be it," answered rei, and the priest let him pass wondering.
"That is what I will tell thee of, though my life may be the price of the tale," said rei.
For he desired to see rei the Priest, and charge him with a message to Helen.