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dray

1. a low cart without fixed sides, used for carrying heavy loads
2. any other vehicle or sledge used to carry a heavy load
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Dray, of Ashford, Kent, got a six-month term after admitting causing death by dangerous driving in January 2014 in Watton, Norfolk.
This is the first book in the series and is called 'The Wardens', the name of the magical Dray beasts which can be summoned by members of the Brotherhood.
DCT), a leading local provider of business class cloud, data and voice solutions, is pleased to announce that it has added Matt Dray, software engineer, to its in-house network and engineering team.
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He started producing botanically brewed ginger beer which was delivered door to door using a horse and dray.
Jason Lay's coffin was carried by an ornate, horse-drawn dray to St Giles Church, Whittington.
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Dray was appointed branch manager of this new site (Branch ID #1088750).
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Robinson's Brewery horses and dray were were due to appear but the team lost one of its Shires on the eve of the show.
According to the Daily Times, the targeted compound was in Dray Nashtar village, some 65 kilometres west of North Waziristan's main town, Miranshah, known to be a haven for Taliban militants.