Wray, John


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Wray, John:

see Ray, JohnRay or Wray, John,
1627–1705, English naturalist. He was extremely influential in laying the foundations of systematic biology.
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Robert Wray, John Laird, Andrew Nuxoll, Devvan Stokes and Alex Kerfoot's article, "Synthetic Adversaries for Urban Combat Training," describes the requirements for simulating adversaries for urban combat training.
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