Fraley

Fra·ley

(frā'lē),
Elwin E., 20th-century U.S. urologist. See: Fraley syndrome.
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He discovered a 1942 black-and-white photograph showing a 20-year-old Fraley sporting the telltale polka-dot bandana, which held her hair back as she operated a machine in the Alameda, California military equipment factory where she worked.
They added a second, also on the powerplay, with 15 seconds still to go when Ryan Fraley found the target.
Robert Fraley, Executive Vice-President and Chief Technology Officer at Monsanto and the 2013 laureate, emphasized that a great deal is known about how to address the threat.
Fraley & Schilling, a premier lightweight fleet operator hauling metal products, building materials and machinery, has chosen the SmartDrive(R) video-based safety solution.
London-based adjusting and claims management company Cunningham Lindsey said it has named Doug Fraley director of flood services.
Sandford's appointed lawyer Heather Fraley said that he had previously attempted suicide and once ran away from a hospital in England.
Sandford's federal public defender, Heather Fraley, could not be immediately reached for comment.
We are going to be exploring options to expand the line into all things outdoor, such as fabric, rugs, furniture, replacement cushions, melamine tableware, as well as decorative and utilitarian items for lawn and garden," said Melissa Fraley Agguini, executive director of product retail and licensing for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
Krang found fame in the comics and on the '90s TV series, where he was voiced by longtime TMNT contributor Pat Fraley.
Police said Leroy was traveling north on Coburg Road when a southbound 2015 Toyota Prius driven by James Austin Fraley, 86, turned in front of his motorcycle, causing Leroy to crash into the car's passenger side.
What I'd like to do is [describe] what it would be like to live in a world without GMO crops," Fraley said in his closing statement.
Fraley, executive vice president and chief technology officer, Monsanto; Mary Kay Thatcher, senior director for congressional relations, American Farm Bureau Federation; and Robert Sutor, vice president for mobile solutions and mathematical sciences at IBM Corp.