from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A seller of ray-cloth.


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  • Le projet iranien de " rayer Israël de la carte ".

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  • It was a cold so intense that he was numbed, and he tottered rather than leaped for the rayer.

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  • For the second time, Nik fired the rayer and then turned and ran, his heart pounding, the bundle of supplies knocking painfully against him at every step.

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  • Vandy crept toward the rayer, but Leeds suddenly caught the boy by one foot and hurled him back and away.

    Night of masks

  • Once more he began to advance with the rayer in his hand.

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  • Fingers running along the rock surface to his left were his guides, leaving his right hand free for the rayer.

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  • He looked away determinedly from the pillar and concentrated on the rayer.

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  • That would have to be saved for most dire need-which left the rayer, and how close that was to extinction Nik did not know.

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  • Nik rehooked the rayer, but he still turned the blaster over in hesitant fingers.

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  • Nobody but Creech and I knew that rayer was more than a prop for Hacon the hero.

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