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(ră-yā'),
Pierre F., French physician, 1793-1867. See: Rayer disease.
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Maybe they'll come to the conclusion that Mr Rayer isn't just incapable of multi-tasking but is a headteacher who's thinking more about his job and his reputation than what's best for his pupils.
While Mr Rayer copped the criticism in the "headmaster cancels Christmas" headlines splashed across the nationals, what about the inspectors' decision to arrive in the festive season?
Glenn Metcalfe chipped into enemy territory and followed up at pace to dribble past opposite man Rayer.
After coming so close last season we're absolutely determined to lift a trophy this time round," said Rayer.
Rayer will never forget the moment his leg and his sporting world was shattered while playing for Cardiff at Treorchy back in the autumn of 1994.
CARDIFF - Tries: R Williams, C Morgan, M Rayer, N Jenkins.
One, in his first year at Uwic, is Lloyd Rayer and the other, in his first year at Cardiff University, is Rhodri Dawes.
Former Cardiff full-back Mike Rayer, who has been director of rugby at Bedford for six years, is another strong contender.
Cardiff coach Mike Rayer said last night: 'If you told me before the match this would be the score, I would have settled for it.
Mike Rayer, whose 16-year career as a player came to an end this week, is set to be given charge of the Under-21s.
Leading the way was 19-year-old Owain Ashman with two splendid touchdowns, but not far behind him came veteran Mark Rayer, "the king of the dummy".
Skipper Mike Rayer made the initial surge before flanker Owain Williams provided the link for Steve Williams to gallop over from 20 metres.