Ray John


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Ray

(rā), John 1627-1705.
English naturalist and theologian who cataloged many plants and animals, wrote works on natural theology, and established "species" as the basic classification of living things.
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Jamie Dix (3), Spencer Lamb and Ray John were their scorers.
Ray John, John Wile and Gareth Wharton all received knocks last week, but should be fit to take their places in the Reds' starting line-up.
Llanelli, under new boss Jason Jones, rarely threatened although they did cause a couple of alarms with Ray John driving one effort past the post in the first half.
Ray John and Dylan McPhee scored for RHAYADER in their 2-0 home victory over struggling HAVERFORDWEST.
Liam Heffernan put the visitors ahead in the 36th minute from 15 yards after he had dispossessed defender Ray John.
NEW SERVICE Restart Bus co-ordinator Steve Robertson, right, with driver Ray John with the converted bus.
Caretakers Ray John and Martin Jones will be hoping they can produce the midas touch at Stebonheath Park, but it will not be easy against TNS who are full of confidence.
MARION JOHN Marion Ray John (nee Davies) was born May 30, 1944, died October 14, 2001, in Pontypridd.
Llanelli have yet to appoint a successor to Proctor and assistant player/manager Ray John and football development officer Martin Evans will be in charge for their game with TNS at Stebonheath Park tomorrow.
Manager Gary Proctor hopes to have injured quartet Mark Dickerson, Ray John, Gareth Wharton and Andy Hill back in action.
Readers ultimately voted for Ray Johns to take home the grand prize, but he squared off against two other big ideas in a close race.
And with yesterday's gig counting towards their final marks, the pair even managed to rope their lecturer Ray Johns into playing the role of pianist Billy Preston.