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- Alex Gray: Alexander Gray was a Canadian ice hockey right winger for the New York Rangers and the Toronto Maple Leafs from 1927 to 1933.
- Alex Gray, born 27 May 1950, Glasgow, is a Scottish crime writer. She has published ten novels, all set around Glasgow and featuring the character of Detective Chief Inspector Lorimer and his psychological profiler Solomon Brightman, the earlier novels being published by Canongate and later books by Little Brown. She has also written several magazine articles.
- Alex Gray is a professional rugby union player for London Irish. The former Barnard Castle and Newcastle Falcons Schoolboy has captained England to Grand Slams at both Under-16s and 18s levels, making his Under-18s debut three years young when they toured Australia in 2007. He then skippered the Under-18s through a clean sweep in the 2008 Home Nations tournament, before leading them to six wins from six on their summer tour to Argentina. 2009 saw more success at age group level as he led England 18s again, before signing a two-year first team contract at the age of just 17. His primary position is number eight, but he can also play openside flanker. Announcement he will be joining London Irish on 8 Aug 2011. Gray now plays number 12, for the England Rugby Sevens squad.
- Alex Gray is a photographer.
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Taming the Unpredictable (2011)
Real World Adaptive Case Management: Case Studies and Practical Guidance by Keith Swenson
Alex Gray is a Professor of Advanced Information at Cardiff School of Computer Science 86 Informatics. Dave Morry is the Head of the Clinical Information Unit at Velindre Hospital in the UK.
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