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ref

(rɛf)
1. n. a referee. (Also a term of address.) Hey, ref! Get some glasses!
2. tv. to referee something, such as a game. Are you going to ref this one, or am I?
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17) Ref BB039/15, Saturday, January 3: |Shoplifting in Dean Road in South Shields.
18) Ref BB006/15, Thursday, December |18: Makeup stolen from the Superdrug store in Prince Edward Road, South Shields.
Ref BB-246-14 | Police need to speak to two women after a theft from BHS at Waterloo Square, South Shields, on June 26.
Ref BB-268-14 | On July 11, a dog bit a woman at Nevison Avenue, South Shields.
Ref BB-259-14 |Cash stolen from the self-service till area at Morrison's in Jarrow, on June 5.
Ref BB-271-14 | Theft of cashback from Asda at North Road, Boldon, on July 3.
Ref 201 - Making off without paying at Morrisons petrol station at Two Ball Lonnen, which happened on February 6.
Ref 181 - Counterfeit PS20 note was used at B&M stores at St James' Retail Park on February 19.
Ref 486 - A purse was stolen from a handbag at the Blacksmiths Arms at High Street in Gosforth on April 23.
Entering Week 4, the refs have become the biggest story of the season.
While most players haven't had many good things to say about the replacement refs, some haven't been as hard on the officials.
Welcome back REFS glad y'all was able to get a deal done but thanks to replacements
The last of these methods was exploited successfully at NBS especially in work on cements and fiber-forming polymers as described in other articles of this series, as seen also from Refs.
It is not surprising that of the NBS projects described in Refs.
Without their initial comments, I would not have dared to present such a wide interpretation by examples of the NBS/NIST contributions to crystallography that are not covered in this volume or in Refs.