Gray's

Gray's

Gray's Anatomy Medtalk The prototypic textbook of anatomy, first written and published in the UK in 1858, in the US in 1859
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There was a vast difference between Gray's caveat and Bell's application.
Your rank and wealth, Harry; my brains, such as they are--my art, whatever it may be worth; Dorian Gray's good looks--we shall all suffer for what the gods have given us, suffer terribly.
I want you to explain to me why you won't exhibit Dorian Gray's picture.
Anne was almost sorry when they reached Hester Gray's garden, and sat down on the old bench.
I've always loved this old garden of Hester Gray's, and now it will be dearer than ever.
I will be worthy of Julian Gray's confidence in me," she thought, as she stood patiently by the chair.
They should take (the material) and present it in their own way,'' says Kathleen Russo, Gray's widow and the co-director of ``Leftover Stories to Tell.
A female student was critical of Gray's reliance on science to prove the unborn are human, saying, "Science has been wrong before.
Although his work builds upon a number of recent studies on women writers and gender that could be more fully recognized and credited in his text, Gray's analysis reflects both a remarkable ability to synthesize and a capacity to render complex problems in an elegant, readable form.
Christine Rauchfuss Gray's slim but valuable biography Willis Richardson, Forgotten Pioneer of African-American Drama, provides a treasure-trove of information on Willis Richardson (1889-1977), the first African American to have a non-musical play, The Chip Woman's Fortune, produced on Broadway.
Gray's intellectual about-face, though, goes far beyond international economics.
Robert Gray's The Factory Question and Industrial England, 1830-1860 provides a much needed examination of the debates surrounding factory legislation in Victorian Britain.