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may refer to:
, United States
, a river in Birmingham, England
River Rea, Shropshire
, a river in Shropshire, England
Walter Russell Rea, 1st Baron Rea
Philip Russell Rea, 2nd Baron Rea
Nicolas Rea, 3rd Baron Rea
(born 4 March 1951) — a singer-songwriter from Middlesbrough, England
— Banker and former president of Drexel University
Herald Rea Cox
— American bacteriologist
— snooker player from Northern Ireland
James Rea Benson
(1807-1885) — member of the Canadian senate
— Northern Irish actor
— Scottish snooker player
John Rea (musician)
— Hammered dulcimer player
John Rea (politician)
(1755-1829)- Pennsylvania politician
— television Reporter in Savannah, Georgia, United States
— Japanese American filmmaker
Silvia Dimitrova Rea
— cofounder of Field Day Theatre Company
— member of the board of Harlequins Rugby League
William Rea (ironmaster)
— who lived in Monmouth (now in Wales) in the early 18th century
William Rea (real estate magnate)
(1912–2006) of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Princess Rea, character in Friedrich Dürrenmatt's play
Romulus der Große
(Romulus the Great, 1950)
is a fictional character in the
series and is only a character in the OVA continuity
T'Rea, a Vulcan priestess on Star Trek, whose child is named
(also written as Rea Silvia), and also known as Ilia, was the mythical mother of the twins Romulus and Remus, who founded the city of Rome
Rules Enabling Act
Rural Electrification Administration, now the
Rural Utilities Service
Plekhanov Russian Academy of Economics
Railway Express Agency
Ralph Engelstad Arena
Rapid Environmental Assessment
Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Resources, Events, Agents
- legal term, Latin for "guilty mind"
Rea Award for the Short Story
is an annual award given to an American author chosen for unusually significant contributions to American short story fiction
- rea is sometimes seen as a misspelling of the bird species rhea
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