deray

deray

(dɪˈreɪ)
n
disorder; chaos; disarray
vb (intr)
to act madly or in a disorderly fashion
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PESHAWAR -- A driver of a female Additional Session Judge was killed in attack on judge's motorcar on Sunday near Rana Deray area District Swabi.
It's there in Jaden and Willow Smith's self-help proselytizing and gender-bending; in Amandla Stenberg's video about the cultural appropriation of black hair, which she uploaded directly to YouTube; in DeRay Mckesson's ability to insert himself into the mainstream media by tweeting about #blacklivesmatter issues; in Kehlani's same-sex love songs.
Deray Mackeson, an American activist I started following on Twitter while he was protesting about the Police's murder of an unarmed black man in Ferguson said just today: "I think we are all creating new ways of community digital organising and it might just change the world".
The Times' piece also told how DeRay Mckesson and Johnetta Elzie, two active bloggers, joined forces with Justin Hansford, a law professor at Saint Louis University, to critique the mainstream press in its "This Is the Movement" newsletter.
Prominent activist Deray McKesson said on Twitter that he was at the scene and that the gunfire did not appear to come from the gaggle of protesters.
The shooter was atop the hill," activist DeRay McKesson said on Twitter.
Starring: Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Brie Larson, Dave Franco, Rob Riggle, DeRay Davis, Ice Cube The Twilight Saga: New Moon Channel 4, 11.
Salomon L, Deray G, Jaudon MC, Chebassier C, Bossi P, Launay-Vacher V, et al.
The trio, with James on drums, Wade on guitar and Bosh on double bass, were also teased by comic DeRay Davis during his stand-up routine at the 1920's boardwalk-themed party, which was attended by Heat president Pat Riley and producer Timbaland.
Carlos Deray Montilla, 24, of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty to using threatening, abusive or insulting words and assaulting a custody officer.