a female worker in the American Red Cross who serves as a volunteer aide in medical services.
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How to use Gray Lady in a sentence
Statistics whiz Nate Silver brought huge traffic to the Gray Lady, and now ESPN stands to win big.What Were the Odds That Nate Silver Would Leave The New York Times for ESPN? Only Nate Knows. | Brandy Zadrozny | July 20, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Changing Times Ken Auletta, The New Yorker Jill Abramson takes charge of the Gray Lady.
Digital access to the Gray Lady will soon start at $15 every four weeks.
But this accusation, dismissed by the Gray Lady, misses a key point: how incredibly juicy the scandal is.
Heading into the fourth day of competition, upstart Wall Street Journal was nipping at the heels of the Gray Lady.
No one else stopped them until they reached the Little Gray Lady's porch.The Little Gray Lady | F. Hopkinson Smith
She kissed the orchid and Gray Lady lightly on the top of the head.The Silver Butterfly | Mrs. Wilson Woodrow
"I wish she knew who my Gray Lady is," put in Tess, rather complainingly.The Corner House Girls in a Play | Grace Brooks Hill
Ruth had been with Tess to call on Mrs. Eland, and the little Gray Lady had told them all about it.The Corner House Girls' Odd Find | Grace Brooks Hill
The lad had been indignant at the “molly-coddling” and had hurt the tender heart of the Gray Lady by some angry words.Dorothy on a Ranch | Evelyn Raymond