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Bray

(brā),
Charles William, 20th-century U.S. otologist. See: Wever-Bray phenomenon.
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In unicellular organisms, protein-based circuits act in place of a nervous system to control behavior," Bray states.
Bray has significant expertise in clinical development and market positioning for novel drugs.
MIRROR SAYS Bray 1 Limerick 1 Midfielder Graham Kelly returns from suspension for Bray, though Adam Mitchell is now banned.
Carl Bray, of May Street in Crosland Moor, was before Kirklees magistrates yesterday.
Faye Bray, who auditioned on the show in 2009, in a raunchy basque and mini skirt outfit, revealed she was a prison teacher to Simon Cowell, saying she had a "full class".
He was born in Worcester, son of the late Merton and Josephine (Dauderis) Bray and is predeceased by a brother, Merton Bray Jr.
This kid had no motivation for anything,'' said John Bray, a world-class trainer who trains, among others, featherweight world champion Robert ``The Ghost'' Guerrero.
The film is a fraud," declares Stuart Bray, an American-born investor whose money was used to make the film.
Olympic gold medalist Katie Taylor was on hand to cut the green ribbon to open the new McGettigan's bar in Bray this week.
After his successful defense of Rupert Murdoch's News in 1960 in a seditious libel case, John Jefferson Bray made a powerful enemy who coveted the position that Chief Justice Bray would come to hold; an enemy who would then ruthlessly target Bray's unconventional private life.
com)-- Baker & Bray have officially launched their British-made luxury line of canine accessories.
Joanne Bray, 44, of Keldregate, Deighton, and Steven Evans, 20, are accused of attempting to murder 43-year-old Andrew Yates, Mrs Bray's partner.