n. pl. re·nes (rē'nēz)
Huawei founder and Chairman ren Zhengfei is a former PLA officer.
ren Zhiqiang, a billionaire property baron, said that he had “long heard” that changes were being planned.
Yeadon installed a $650,000, 18,000-square-foot dome at international school Dulwich College Beijing in 2011, Ms. ren said.
"It reminds me of a kid I knew quite well when I was in grade school," ren said.
ren Gravenard was no different in appearance than a million like him.
Although ren listened and said that he could do none of the things she urged, the woman knew that he would do all of them.
The door to the corridor opened and ren Gravenard stepped in.
Not until my father recovers his name and honor may we be happily married, ren.
ren looked at the fine black pointer on the gravity potentiometer.
Not waiting to say more, he went carefully up-stairs, and with Chovet's help ren was soon in his bed.