Rays

Some articles on rays, ray:

Jay Witasick - Professional Career
... Diego Padres, New York Yankees, San Francisco Giants, Colorado Rockies, and Tampa Bay Devil Rays ... On June 12, he was signed to a one-year deal by the Devil Rays ... On October 25, 2007, the Devil Rays released him, ending his professional playing career ...
Mobula
... Mobula is a genus of ray in the family Myliobatidae (eagle rays) ... Their appearance is similar to that of Manta rays, which are in the same family ... Mobula rays in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) have been reported to breach as high as 2 metres above the sea ...
Radiance (software) - Tools - Rendering
... rtrace is a tool for tracing specific rays into a scene ... It reads the parameters for these rays on its standard input and returns the light value on standard output ... images on its own by using the vwray program to generate view rays to be piped to it ...
Rays Engineering
... Rays Engineering Co ... Kabushiki-gaisha Reizu Enjiniaringu?), a part of Rays Co ... It is a common misconception that "Volk Racing" is the parent company of Rays Engineering, purely as it is its most associated with brand name ...
Adam Kennedy - Playing Career - Tampa Bay Rays
... He signed a minor league deal with the Tampa Bay Rays one week later ... The Rays assigned him to the AAA Durham Bulls, his first minor league action since 2005 ...

Famous quotes containing the word rays:

    ‘Line in nature is not found;
    Unit and universe are round;
    In vain produced, all rays return;
    Evil will bless, and ice will burn.’
    As Uriel spoke with piercing eye,
    A shudder ran around the sky;
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Beneath the sun’s rays our shadow is our comrade;
    When clouds obscure the sun our shadow flees.
    So Fortune’s smiles the fickle crowd pursues,
    But swift is gone whenever she veils her face.
    Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso)

    Thus while I sit and sigh the day
    With all his borrow’d lights away,
    Till night’s black wings do overtake me,
    Thinking on thee, thy beauties then,
    As sudden lights do sleepy men,
    So they by their bright rays awake me.
    Sir John Suckling (1609–1642)