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Bray

(brā),
Charles William, 20th-century U.S. otologist. See: Wever-Bray phenomenon.
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Nicholas bowed low to the young lady and retired, pondering upon Mr Bray's ideas of independence, and devoutly hoping that there might be few such independent spirits as he mingling with the baser clay of humanity.
And thus ended his first interview with Madeline Bray.
He had no doubt that the great bull's voice of Francis Bray, Baron Bulmer, had been heard for the last time between the darkness and the lifting dawn.
Juliet Bray had confronted the catastrophe of her brother's disappearance with a somber stoicism in which there was, perhaps, more paralysis than pain; but when the other question came to the surface she was both agitated and angry.
He was recalled from his irrelevance by the voice of Juliet Bray, which rang out with an altogether new note of decision:
And Margaret sat in the doorway where the monster, blinking at the sun, had so often wagged its head and brayed. We had been talking for an hour, she with that slow certitude of eternity that so befitted her; and, for the life of me, I could lay no finger on the motives that ran through the tangled warp and woof of her.
Jessica Bray wanted compensation from the hair salon, claiming she had suffered emotionally and she was forced to buy a [pounds sterling]1,000 wig for her 30th birthday.
Kevin Bray's trousers slipped down as he leapt over the counter and inadvertently bared his bottom directly towards the CCTV camera that caught him pocketing cash from the till.
RYAN BRENNAN, Ian Turner and Graham Kelly delivered the goals as St Pat's had more than enough to see off Bray at Richmond Park.
The Royal hotel Bray is located in the heart of Bray town, just off the M50 on the M11 Wicklow/Wexford bypass, 15minutes from Dundrum Shopping Centre, located 21Km from Dublin City centre and 45km from Dublin International Airport.
This Week: Brett Bray, general manager of Caddo River Forest Products
"John Jefferson Bray: A Vigilant Life" by John Emerson is the 271 page biography of The Honorable Dr.