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Mur·ray

(mûr′ē), Joseph E. Born 1919.
American physician. He shared a 1990 Nobel Prize for developing techniques for bone marrow and kidney transplants.
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After an agonising four-set defeat to Swiss master Roger Federer in the previous year's final, Scotland's Murray looked to get himself back on track with a win over German Becker - no relation to fellow countryman Boris.
— Kyler Murray (@TheKylerMurray) (https://twitter.com/TheKylerMurray/status/1095016263473119232?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw) February 11, 2019
Peter Simon tells The Boston Globe he was on an assignment for The Martha's Vineyard Times at Lola's in Oak Bluffs on Wednesday when Murray accosted him, swore at him and threatened him.
Rosenberg uses the copious material left by Murray to document both the emotional courage and the commanding intellect that shaped her life.
Fognini is a fiery character and was docked a point for obscene behaviour but had five chances to force a deciding set before Murray fought back to win 6-2 4-6 6-1 7-5.
On December 6, 1938, the lawyer and civil rights activist Pauli Murray wrote to Franklin Roosevelt seeking to draw the second-term president's attention to the widespread discrimination faced by African Americans.
Murray variously discerned that being black, black and white, female, socialist, queer, and Episcopalian marginalized her.
The Croatian claimed the Scot's scalp in February at the Dubai Championships, winning 6-1 6-3 as Murray made 55 unforced errors and failed to even earn a single break point.
Murray also claimed that he would never have done a deal with Whyte if he had known future ticket sales were being used turn to PAGE 4 ON FROM PAGE ONE to fund it.
But, just like the prophet who is not accepted in his hometown, the communities in which Murray worked often found her personally uncomfortable and her work either too radical or seemingly self-obvious.
Outplayed at times by the big-serving 25-year-old Canadian who had a match point at the death, Britain's Murray scrapped and clawed his way to a career-record 23rd consecutive win in three hours and 38 minutes of spellbinding combat.
FROM commoners to royalty and glitterati to tennis pundits, the packed Centre Court soaked in the atmosphere as Andy Murray shone under bright sunlight to blow out Milos Raonic 6-4, 7-6 (7/3), 7-6 (7/2) to win his second men's singles title at The Championships.