- Ray . born 1932, Welsh snooker player: world champion 1970, 1973–76, 1978
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I have no doubt that Reardon is right, and wealthy parents are investing more in their kids because they can.In Educational Achievement, the Rich are Pulling Away From the Middle Class
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"Not to Reardon," Jeff's inner voice was commenting satirically.
Here was Reardon, the evil influence behind him, too soon upon the scene.
To Reardon, she was immeasurably beautiful and as far as that above him.
He turned upon Reardon, but with no suggestion of resentment.
Jeffrey was conscious that every muscle in Reardon's body had its just measure of attention.