Some articles on murray:
... Murray's most famous role was perhaps the title role in the Erich von Stroheim directed film The Merry Widow (1925), opposite John Gilbert ... When silent films gave way to talkies, Murray made an insecure debut in the new medium in Peacock Alley (1930), a remake of her earlier 1921 version Peacock ... The film was critically panned at the time of release and Murray made only one more film, High Stakes (1931) also with Sherman ...
... Ancestors of James Murray Mason 16 ... George Mason II 8 ...
... Murray cod, a freshwater fish in Australia Murray Grey, a cattle breed Murray Street (album), by Sonic Youth HMS Murray, two Royal Navy ships with this name USS Murray, three US Navy ...
... Murray is the Buchmans' border collie mix dog and a fan favorite ... In a later episode, Jamie does discover the "real" mouse that Murray has been chasing ... In the two-part series finale, The Final Frontier, adult Mabel says that Murray died when she was six, but she was not told until she was twelve ...
... Mae Murray (May 10, 1889 – March 23, 1965) was an American actress, dancer, film producer, and screenwriter ... Murray rose to fame during the silent film era and was known as "The Girl with the Bee-Stung Lips" and "The Gardenia of the Screen" ...
More definitions of "Murray":
- (noun): British classical scholar (born in Australia) who advocated the League of Nations and the United Nations (1866-1957).
Synonyms: Gilbert Murray, George Gilbert Aime Murphy
- (noun): An southeast Australian river; flows westward and then south into the Indian Ocean at Adelaide.
Synonyms: Murray River
Famous quotes containing the word murray:
“Some people are born to fatness. Others have to get there.”
—Les Murray (b. 1938)
“Because you live, O Christ,
the spirit bird of hope is freed for flying,
our cages of despair no longer keep us closed and life-denying.
The stone has rolled away and death cannot imprison!
O sing this Easter Day, for Jesus Christ has risen!”
—Shirley Erena Murray (20th century)
“Strung out and spotty, you wriggle and sigh
and kiss all the fellows and make them all die.”
—Les Murray (b. 1938)