The immigrant groups and unions were receptive, but bray said Occupiers see a danger there.
bray liked how it invoked the founding father “rising up from the grave.”
bray selected a different student each time to lead the class in prayer and participated in the prayers herself.
c.1300, from Old French braire "to cry," from Gallo-Romance *bragire "to cry out," perhaps from a Celtic source (cf. Gaelic braigh "to shriek, crackle"), probably imitative. Related: Brayed; braying.
c.1300, from bray (v.).