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Bray

(brā),
Charles William, 20th-century U.S. otologist. See: Wever-Bray phenomenon.
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He had no doubt that the great bull's voice of Francis Bray, Baron Bulmer, had been heard for the last time between the darkness and the lifting dawn.
Juliet Bray had confronted the catastrophe of her brother's disappearance with a somber stoicism in which there was, perhaps, more paralysis than pain; but when the other question came to the surface she was both agitated and angry.
He was recalled from his irrelevance by the voice of Juliet Bray, which rang out with an altogether new note of decision:
BRAYS Special School, an outstanding primary national teaching school for children with physical, learning and complex medical conditions in Birmingham, has had another fantastic year of achievements and recognition.
Brays Island Plantation in South Carolina is not your typical homeowners association.
Richard Smith tells us that one branch of the Brays lived next door to the home his parents bought in Cliffe in 1972.
Margaret also surmises that Sam got substantial compensation for the accident that enabled him to buy three neighbouring houses in Underbank which were all occupied by Brays.
Readers Harold Smith and David Whitworth discovered that they were distantly related to the Brays, specifically Job Bray and Fred Bottom Bray.
McGettigan's represents an investment by our family in Bray and we are thrilled that one of Brays most famous residents Katie Taylor is joining our family to officially open the bar tonight".
Gordon and Patricia Bray celebrated their golden day with a cruise on the Rhine and Danube.
FOR MORE THAN 85 years Bray Sheet Metal Company has exceeded its clients' expectations in a dynamic variety of applications including industrial design, fabrication and installation; residential and commercial roofing solutions; and custom, specialty sheet metal fabrication that meets individuals' and companies' needs.
It started with Essex policeman Garry Bray, who was wanting to get in touch with relatives in the area, and in true 'Fugitive' style, find out who a mystery one-armed man was.