dray says that the doctors she had seen in the practice prior to her delivery were, in fact, supportive of her VBAC plan.
Or, they may be less benevolent, as dray believes Gorelik was.
dray glances at me and then looks away when I ask her if she is going to have any more children.
While impressive, these figures are largely irrelevant for dray.
Therefore, dray actively sought a hospital that would be supportive of her decision to avoid another C-section.
Gen. Fremont ordered the Army of the West forward, but the so-called pursuit was very much like hunting a fox on a dray.
In this instance a dray was backed up to the curbstone, with paper.
The man was speared while reading a book beneath the dray, and the woman was sewing, sitting against the wheel of the dray.
So then he bethought him of the little ass that was outside under the dray yet.
"You told me she was your sister," the driver said, nodding his head towards the dray, where Alice lay sleeping.
mid-14c., Middle English noun derivative of Old English dragan "to draw," originally meaning a cart without wheels that has to be "dragged" (cf. Old Norse draga "timber dragged behind a horse"); see drag (v.).