Luray


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Lu•ray

(lʊˈreɪ)

n.
a town in N Virginia: site of Luray Caverns. 3584.
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is a single-bank holding company headquartered in Luray, VA.
LURAY, Va: Blue Ridge Bank expanded commercial banking services to include the ability to service IRC Section 1031 deferred exchange transactions as the qualified intermediary.
Painter is from a no-stoplight Virginia town called Stanley, located in the shadows of the Shenandoahs and about eight miles from the Luray Caverns.
There were at least 600 families coming from barangays Sangi, Luray, Ibo, Bato and Daan Lungsod.
The flooded barangays were Caban-og, Daanglungsod, Captain Claudio, Sangi, Luray II, Poblacion, Ilihan, Tubod, Matab-ang, Talavera, Dumlog, Ibo, Carmen, Kabituonan, Bato and Awihaw.
The Alternative Suspension Center, which opened in February 2014 in a building behind Luray Middle School, is specifically designed for students who need some elements of mental health treatment, anger management counseling, tutoring and social services to help get them on the right track academically.
The author also visits natural wonders such as the singing sands of California's Kelso Dunes and the Stalacpipe Organ of Virginia's Luray Caverns, where cave formations are tapped like a huge xylophone to make musical tones.
At SNP Headquarters in Luray, VA (38.67 N, 78.37 W, 359mmsl), which is the nearest low elevation station to SNP and is located about 5 km northwest of the transect of sensors along the west slope, downscaled PRISM and observed mean July [T.sub.max] agree to within about 0.5[degrees]C.
Harpers Ferry, WV, April 27, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC), along with the Potomac Appalachian Trail Club (PATC) invites the public to attend the official designation of the town of Luray and Page County, Virginia as the newest Appalachian Trail Community[TM] on May 11, 2013 at 1:45 p.m.
That address is a house owned by and the residence of Luray F.
"When I heard it, I was like, 'Yeah, right'," Elyse Luray, a former Christie's auction house appraiser and auctioneer who co-hosts the PBS show, said.
the first bluegrass music festival (previous festivals had been held in Berryville, Virginia in 1960; Luray, Virginia in 1961; and near Fincastle, Virginia in 1965), nor is it the best-attended (the Telluride.