Wrey

v. t.1.See Wray.
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The Eugene group was formed in 2011 by Star Wrey, the lead vocalist, and Victor St.
Gatwick Airport Press Officer Camilla Wrey told Airports International the moves had gone "like clockwork" and that the management were "delighted with the operation" because everything had gone as planned.
In the following example from MED the metathesis occurs, even though wreyen takes reflexive constructions in Old and Middle English while wereyen does not: 01400 Wrey pv self (Cmb Ii.
Retired Jim Wrey, 63 and from Lobley Hill, was there with his daughter who he first took to a similar event at the site for Euro 1996.
The play was first performed to strong reviews in November 2006 at the Lyric Hammersmith in London, directed by Sheron Wrey, and was later performed at the Oval House Theatre and Queer Up North, as well as on a British Council tour of Southern Africa, all with Adebayo as the solo performer.
Gemmell pushed a pile driver from Andy Fowler onto the bar ten minutes from time as Marine looked to get back into the game and they did score on 85 minutes when sub Aaron Wrey lobbed Gemmell.
The stables were designed in 1871 by architect Jacob Wrey Mould, who also was the chief architect for Central Park.
Fellow perverts John Wrey, 55, of Hayle, got five years' jail, Alan Wills, 46, from Camborne, got 16 years and James Machin, 54, of Falmouth, got 18 years.
Barrett, 49, a builder from Camborne, and John Wrey, 55, from Hayle, were both convicted of a string of sexual offences against young girls in 2008, and the former was jailed for 14 years, while the latter was given a five-and-a-half year sentence.
Barrett, 49, and John Wrey, 55, were both convicted of a series of sexual offences against young girls in 2008.
Barrett, 49, and John Wrey, 55, were both convicted of a string of sexual offences against young girls in 2008.
From left, gang leader John Barrett, James Machin, Alan Wills, Derek Shepherd, and John Wrey, who were all charged after Operation Lakeland.