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Ray·er

(ră-yā'),
Pierre F., French physician, 1793-1867. See: Rayer disease.
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Rayer yesterday released his statement saying the daily were merely paying the price of being a political mouthpiece for decades, then further damning the paper by saying it had not contributed any sweat to nation building and national integration since independence.
"There is also a nice link with Mike Rayer, who is remembered so fondly at the Arms Park, director of rugby up there and I'm sure there will be a good travelling contingent from the region."
To label Rayer merely co-owner does the septuagenarian a disservice.
And, rather uniquely, it's also brought him a beer in his honour, in the shape of the "Mikey Rayer All Dayer", produced by the Crafty Devil brewing company.
"They play an attractive brand of rugby under Mike Rayer, who has been there about 11 years, and some of their attacking play is fantastic.
And even though Estyn, the Welsh equivalent of Ofsted, has said Christmas activities shouldn't be cancelled, Mr Rayer is adamant.
Jenkins, who kicked 11 from 11 before being replaced late on by Mike Rayer, scored a fifth Cardiff try and then it was left to Morgan and Robinson to round off a one-sided game in clinical fashion.
Jamie Robinson made the telling break before releasing Mike Rayer who sent Gareth Thomas in for a try.
Cardiff skipper Mike Rayer scored with a sixth-minute try but three minutes later scrum-half Laurie Beck emerged from a ruck to run ten metres for a Gloucester try which skipper Martyn Kimber converted.
For Bedford Mike Rayer landed 16 points while Shane Howarth scored a penalty and conversion.
Jack Rayer, director of marketing for Dial-A-Mattress, says sofa beds are a natural extension of mattresses.
Utusan Malaysia is paying the price for being an Umno mouthpiece for decades, said Jelutong MP RSN Rayer today.