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“Cadet Helena "Dray" Draybeck is determined to clear her family name by becoming the best fighter pilot in the Terran Alliance.”
“Because at the end of the day when you get paid and you haven't really produced -- and that's what 'Dray did, he got paid for his potential, Ernie paid him for his potential -- so once I'm gone, they can't look at me no more.”
“The oldest player that plays is 'Dray, and he's never really played the game of basketball.”
“Chef/Partner Philiipe Dray offers colorful, delicious mini-cream puffs in many flavors.”
“At the recent Taste of Beverly Hills event, owners Daniel Salva and chef/partner Philippe Dray had a small stand there and the moment I tasted a few of their flavorful cream puffs I knew that I would be making a visit to the store, which is just below my twice-weekly destination at Trader Joe's.”
“Jackie Dray, a former social worker, has run the support group Elders with Attitude for two years.”
“Dray, who is adored by her charges, used to run four groups in Birmingham, but was told in March that her £30,000 council grant was to be cut altogether.”
“Citigroup analyst Deane Dray complained that 3M has been "really ambiguous" about what will happen when Mr. Buckley's contract expires.”
“Citigroup analyst Deane Dray says that on average, the industrial companies he follows generate 19% of their revenue in Europe.”
“In many ways, this is part of the negative feedback loop," said Deane Dray , an analyst at Citigroup Global Markets.”
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