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While the wreckage has not been officially identified as the Clotilda, Raines recently took a shipwright expert and a team of archaeologists to survey it.
Raines, who played for the Sox from 1991-95, enjoyed a 23-year career that took flight with his first team, the Montreal Expos, from 1979-90.
After Dario (Jordi Villasousa) sent new evidence for Rafe (Galen Gering), which proved that Raines (Aaron Spears), and not Abe (James Reynolds) was his partner in the counterfeiting scheme, Gabi (Camila Banus) intercepted the package on the NBC soap.
Director General Raines also met representatives of India's tech giants such HCL, Wipro, Tech Mahindra and Genpact, significant investors in the UK.
The policies and procedures that Raines institutionalized in NNSA to successfully deliver its project portfolio under budget and get major system acquisition projects back on track have been adopted by the Department of Energy and codified by the Secretary to improve delivery of work on budget and on schedule.
When owners colluded at the close of the '86 season, however, Raines, a free agent, became a victim, along with teammate Andre Dawson and fellow major leaguers Jack Morris, Ron Guidry, Doyle Alexander, Bob Boone, Rich Gedman, Bob Horner and Lance Parrish.
Raines is currently screening letters of interest received during that recruitment effort.
Debbie Barnett and Lane Barnett will continue leading the company, which now operates as Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Tomie Raines Realtors.
So far, the 24-year-old Carney native has been dominant as a pro and he's confident his string of success will continue against Raines.
IDEXX Laboratories Inc (NasdaqGS :IDXX) announced on Wednesday that Merilee Raines will retire as its executive vice president and chief financial officer following the Annual Meeting of Stockholders in May 2013.
Raines went to high school in Atlanta, majored in Industrial Engineering at Georgia Tech then embarked on a successful business career, ultimately rising to pinnacle of success as the CEO of a Fortune 255 company.
Gerald wrote a revealing insider's account of an African American's quick rise to the second-highest ranking editorial position at the Times, and his sudden fall from grace as a result of his close association with Howell Raines, a deeply disliked white executive editor, and being unfairly linked to Jayson Blair, a fraud masquerading as a black reporter.