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Bray

(brā),
Charles William, 20th-century U.S. otologist. See: Wever-Bray phenomenon.
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THE former Labour MP Dr Jeremy Bray has died at home after a long illness.
Bray is an artist whose life and work have taken her on as many physical journeys as inner ones.
Michael Bray, pastor of Reformation Lutheran Church in Bowie, accepted an award naming him a "chaplain" in the Army of God, a shadowy group of anti-abortion militants.
The work suggests that a blurt of low-frequency sound described as a bray might be a hunting call, reports Vincent Janik, now at the Woods Hole (Mass.
By Francesca Bray (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997.
5 instrument built by an equally remarkable man, Max Bray.
According to historical accounts, William Bray himself sold the natives into slavery and was rewarded by having himself, his wife and two children massacred during the Yemassee uprising.
There is a very serious and dangerous threat to democracy in this country, and the spearhead is the rollback of civil rights for gays," says Robert Bray of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force.
Bray has garnered extensive experience in the development of drugs for HIV/AIDS while serving in various senior positions at GlaxoSmithKline (NYSE:GSK) and its predecessors, a leading provider of antiretroviral drugs.
Daniel Bray masked his face with clothes as he attempted to raid a Londis store in Powke Lane, Cradley Heath.
Gordon and Patricia Bray celebrated their golden day with a cruise on the Rhine and Danube.
Chapman) Bray of Southampton, MA, received her wish to "go home" peacefully on Nov.