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  1. The Elders feature CRY in #Sparks0fHope to commemorate birth centenary of Nelson Mandela. Puja Marwaha (CEO,CRY) wins the 5 th Olga Alexeeva Memorial Award. Important Update. Our backend operations have been impacted due to the COVID19 crisis and so, there may be a delay in processing donations and sending receipts.
  2. cry: [noun] an instance of crying: such as. an inarticulate utterance of distress, rage, or pain. outcry, clamor.
  3. Stuff and things includes all the stuff and things that don't fit anywhere else (hats, shirts, stickers, etc.).
  4. Apr 08,  · Directed by David Drury. With Sarah Lancashire, Emma Cunniffe, Anthony Calf, Joe Duttine. Psychological thriller about a woman child-protection officer tramautized by her stillbirth who befriends a woman in hospital and then becomes convinced that the daughter is being abused.8/10(91).
  5. CryoLife, Inc. (NYSE: CRY) ("CryoLife" or "the Company"), a leading cardiac and vascular surgery company focused on aortic disease, today announced the pricing of $ million aggregate principal.
  6. cry (v.) midc., "yell (something) out, utter" (transitive); c. , "beg, implore; speak earnestly and loudly; advertise by calling out," from Old French crier, from Vulgar Latin *critare, from Latin quiritare "to wail, shriek" (source of Italian gridare, Old Spanish cridar, Spanish and Portuguese gritar), which is of uncertain origin.. Perhaps it is a variant of quirritare "to squeal like.
  7. A dude who played Amnesia in and is typing in third-person now in describing his channel awkwardly but can't. I stream a lot because performance an.
  8. CRY | Complete CryoLife Inc. stock news by MarketWatch. View real-time stock prices and stock quotes for a full financial overview.
  9. cry definition: 1. to produce tears as the result of a strong emotion, such as unhappiness or pain: 2. to cry for. Learn more.

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