American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Rainey, Gertrude Pridgett Known as "Ma Rainey.” 1886-1939. American singer considered the first great blues vocalist.
“Rainey is always updating it and adding new features, the latest build adds a url box to the events.”
“Redshirt junior running back Chris Rainey is the leading candidate to replace James, but Rainey has been slowed this spring by hamstring issues.”
“I saw the proofs of the signature sheets last night, fixed the one thing I saw wrong – Mark Rainey is now Stephen Mark Rainey -- and those should go out in the next day or so.”
“10: 41Justin Rainey 50 yard fumble return (Blue Raiders 27, Owls 7) MTS”
“Because in 1956 when she enrolled, there had been this big scandal at UT called the Rainey affair.”
“Since the Cats allowed Bilal Powell to run for 153 yards last week, expect to see Taggart call Rainey's number early and often.”
“Connotations: Little: the actual name Rainey is a derivative of "Rainer,”
“Last season, the idea of Rainey being Ramsey's captain didn't seam feasible.”
“Several studies were made by the writer, with the idea of making a rail connection between the Long Island "Rainey" bridge and a bridge over the North River.”
“Rainey's attempt to rebuild himself through more nourishing employment was a long day's journey into turn-of-the-millennium England: a land of insecure short-term jobs, strip-lit soporific offices, greasy chain pubs, over-furnished suburban homes and immense, irresistible supermarkets.”
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