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brayer

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(graphic arts)
A soft rubber roller attached to a wooden or metal handle; used to ink blocks, stones, or printing plates.
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Mr Warren said Bray was "screaming and shouting" as he jumped over the counter and grabbed PS200 from the till.
Bray's Gary McCabe was shown a second yellow card on 76 minutes for a nasty challenge on Jamie Lennon and sub Kelly headed in a Byrne cross for St Pat's third three minutes from time.
The Royal Hotel Bray offers 128 ensuite bedrooms, state of the art leisure facilities indoor 14m heated swimming pool and children's pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and equipped gym.
Background: Bray has more than 28 years of experience in the timber industry and has established many strong and long-term relationships in the industry.
Baker & Bray offers a uniquely British ready-to-wear clothing, collar & lead range.
The assault on Mr Yates of Dalton is said to have occurred at Mrs Bray's home on Sunday evening when he was allegedly attacked with a knife.
Before Bray made the second purchase, Salesforce.com "represented it had worldwide operations" and would be able to support Bray in China, Brazil and other countries, the complaint states.
Bray, flanked by dock officers, spoke only to confirm his name and enter pleas to the charges during the brief, six-minute hearing at Caernarfon Crown Court.
Sentencing was then delayed because Bray was facing an unconnected allegation of witness intimidation, of which he has since been cleared.
Bray spent numerous hours preparing for and assisting them to be successful and productive learners.
Charlotte Lillian Bray, 58, of Quakers Row, Embleton, Northumberland, admitted six counts of gross indecency with a child under the age of 14 and a further offence at Newcastle Crown Court.